Oxford Brookes University
Daniela Treveri Gennari is Reader in Film Studies. She works on post-war Italian cinema and her particular interests are audiences and popular cinema as well as the collaboration between Catholics and Left wing intellectuals, and the Americanization of Italian cinema between 1945 and 1960. Her publications include, among others, her monograph Post-war Italian Cinema. American Intervention, Vatican Interests (Routledge, New York, 2009), the edited volume (with Daniel Biltereyst) Moralizing cinema: Film, Catholicism and Power (Routledge, New York, 2014), the article ‘If you have seen it, you cannot forget!’: Film consumption and memories of cinema-going in 1950s Rome, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television (2015). Daniela has recently been working on a project on spectatorship in post-war Rome as part of her successful British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship. Moreover, her research on audiences in British cinemas has been published in the volume The Phoenix Picturehouse. 100 years of Oxford Cinema Memories (London: Picturehouse Publications, 2013) written with Deborah Allison and Hiu M. Chan.