Charlotte Crofts is an Associate Professor in Filmmaking at the University of the West of England, UWE Bristol. She is author of Anagrams of Desire: Angela Carter’s Writing for Radio, Film and Television (MUP, 2003); ‘”Curiously Downbeat Hybrid” or “Radical Retelling”? – Neil Jordan’s and Angela Carter’s The Company of Wolves’ in Sisterhoods Across the Literature Media Divide (Pluto Press, 1998) and ‘The Other of The Other: Angela Carter’s “New-Fangled Orientalism”’ in Rebecca Munford (ed.), Revisiting Angela Carter: Text / Contexts / Intertexts (Palgrave 2006).
She was Research Assistant on Shaking a Leg: Collected Journalism and Writings (Chatto & Windus, 1997) and contributed to Writing in Three Dimensions: Angela Carter’s Love Affair with Radio (BBC Radio 4, 2012).
Charlotte has been inspired by Angela Carter’s work in her own film and creative media practice which spans short fiction and documentary filmmaking, cinema heritage apps and installations.