Film Studies lecturer Dr Catherine Wheatley will be participating in the Female Film Critics Salon Discussion - a BFI Reuben Library Event, alongside the BBC's Francine Stock and the Guardian's Pamela Hutchinson. The event takes place at the BFI, Southbank on Monday 9 March.
The panel will explore the history of female film critics through a discussion with writers Pamela Hutchinson, Sophie Mayer, Francine Stock and Catherine Wheatley and will be chaired by Isabel Stevens, production editor of Sight & Sound.
They will rediscover and pay homage to a wide range of female voices on cinema, from little-known early reviewers to contemporary cultural critics, including C A Lejeune, Penelope Gilliatt, Dilys Powell and bell hooks. For more information visit the BFI website.