Researcher and Sessional Tutor in Screen and Cultural Studies; Project Coordinator for the Graduate Researcher Peer Networking Program at the Graduate Student Association (GSA), University of Melbourne

Felicity Ford is a PhD candidate in Screen and Cultural Studies at the University of Melbourne, Project Coordinator for the Graduate Researcher Peer Networking Program at the Graduate Student Association (GSA), and a board member for the Melbourne Cinematheque.

Her research is primarily focused on contemporary global cinema and disruptions to cinematic form in relation to sound, movement, time, and vision. She is interested in how cinema intersects with broader questions of access, consent, ability, and privilege and particularly drawn to films that engage with narratives of disability, sexuality, criminality, trauma, nationalism, and guilt.

Her work has been published in Film Philosophy, Screen Education, and Senses of Cinema.

Experience

  • –present
    Researcher and Tutor in Screen and Cultural Studies, University of Melbourne