Raphaëlle Costa de Beauregard

Raphaëlle Costa de Beauregard is Emeritus Professor at the Université de Toulouse Jean Jaurès. She has specialized in Art and Film Anglo-Saxon Studies since 1970. In 1993, she founded the SERCIA (Société d’Études et de Recherches sur le Cinéma Anglosaxon): www.sercia.net. Her publications as an author are Nicholas Hilliard et l’imaginaire élisabéthain (Paris, CNRS, 1992) and Silent Elizabethans-The Language of Colour of Two Miniaturists (Montpellier, CERRA, 2000). Her publications as a director are Le Cinéma et ses objets-Objects in Film (Poitiers, La Licorne, 1997) and Cinéma et Couleur-Film and Colour (Paris, Michel Houdiard, 2009). She published many articles on Elizabethan portrait miniatures and Shakespeare’s plays, as well as on Anglo-American cinema. Her present research is about phenomenology and film, with a focus on early cinema.

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