Mark Broughton & Sophia Satchell-Baeza
Dr Mark Broughton is Senior Lecturer in Cultural Studies at the University of Hertfordshire. His research focuses mainly on the history and hermeneutic study of relationships between film and other media. He has published essays on: Nigel Kneale’s science fiction; landscape gardens and adaptation in British cinema; and François Truffaut’s deployment of Auguste Rodin’s sculptures. He has recently completed a chapter on mirrors in Lou Reed’s work for an edited collection on The Velvet Underground and is finishing a BFI TV Classic on Brideshead Revisited. His research is currently concerned with psychedelic aesthetics in film and popular music.
Sophia Satchell-Baeza recently submitted her PhD in Film Studies from King’s College London. Her thesis, which is titled Projecting Psychedelia, explores the psychedelic moving image in Britain during the long 1960s, and was supported by the AHRC. She is an Associate Research Fellow at the Cinema and Television History Research Institute (CATHI) at De Montfort University, Leicester, and was a visiting student at University of Cambridge's Centre for Film and Screen. Her writing has appeared in film and media journals and fashion and art magazines including NECSUS, La Furia Umana, AnOther Man, Sleek, i-D and Sight and Sound.