Co-organised ‘New Directions in Film and Television Production Studies Conference’ at UWE, Bristol, 14-15 April 2015.
Co-organised and convened Industry Panel Event on AHRC project Fifty Years of British Music Video at British Library, 10 April 2015.
Organised, hosted and introduced AHRC project conference ‘Channel 4 and British Film Culture’ at BFI Southbank, 1-2 November 2012.
Invited paper: ‘London – Still Swingeing after all these years: The Old Wave, Brit Pop, and the post-modern bricolage of music video’, at Still Swinging: 1960s British cinema and popular culture in the 21st century symposium, UEA, Norwich, September 2016.
Invited paper: ‘Ready, Steady, Go! Finding the Starting Line of the British Pop Promo’, IHR Film History seminar, February 2016.
Invited paper: ‘We Need To Talk About Subsidy: Television and the UK Film Industry’, Birmingham City University, March 2014.
Invited paper: ‘Cult is Dead! – Long Live “Cult”!’, AHRC Cult Film Network, Northumbria University, September 2013.
Invited keynote speaker: ‘Culture, Change and Continuity in the 1970s - a symposium on British culture in the 1970s’, at Aberystwyth University, September 2011.
Invited paper: ‘Writing 1970s British Film History’, Aberystwyth University, February 2009.
Invited paper: ‘Never Mind The Quality…: The problems of diversity and cultural value in researching British cinema of the 1970s’, University of St Andrews Film and Media Research Group, May 2008.
‘Ploughing a Lonely Furrow?: A Field in England (2013) and alternative distribution in the UK’, Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Atlanta, March 2016.
Panel presentation: ‘Television Industries and the Production of Film Culture: Interventions in the UK Context’, Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Seattle, March 2014.
‘How Britain Learned to Love Europe: British Television and European Film Culture, 1982-1996’. NECS Conference, Lisbon, June 2012.
‘Une Entente Cordiale? – A brief history of the Anglo-French Film Co-Production Agreement, 1965-1979’, at Society for Cinema and Media Studies 50th Anniversary Conference, Los Angeles, March 2010.
‘A Common (Film) Market? Anglo-European Co-Productions in the 1970s’, at Network for European Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) Conference, Vienna, June 2007.
‘Channel 4 and the Red Triangle’, MeCSSA Conference, Bournemouth University, 10 January 2014.
‘Channel 4 and British film culture: New approaches to archival practice’, Screen Studies Conference, University of Glasgow, July 2011.
‘The Cult Confessor: Vincent Price’, Screen Studies Conference, University of Glasgow, July 2010.
‘Come on let the Goodtimes roll (Or how Puttnam went pop in the 1970s): The rise of the cross-over market and the origins of ‘MTV’ aesthetics’, at Screen Studies Conference, University of Glasgow, July 2008.
‘Trailerama (or Some Shorts Films about Death)’, at Moving Image Archiving and the Academy Conference, University of Leeds, March 2008.
‘The “lack” …and how to get it: reading male anxiety in three British films of the 1970s’, at Don’t Look Now? British Cinema in the 1970s Conference, University of Exeter, July 2007.
‘Glam, Spam and Uncle Sam: Funding Diversity in British Film Production during the 1970s’, at Emergence of the Film Industry in Britain Conference, Reading University, June 2006.
‘Things that go clunk in the cult film text’, at The Wicker Man: Rituals, Readings and Reactions Conference, University of Glasgow, July 2003.
‘Size Matters: spatial relations in the development of cinema cultures’, at Screen Studies Conference, University of Glasgow, July 2003.