“We Can Haz Film Fest! Internet Cat Video Festival Goes Viral.” NECSUS European Journal of Media Studies (2015): www.necsus-ejms.org.
“Why Whistler Will Never Be Sundance and What This Tells Us About the Field of Cultural Production.” Canadian Journal of Film Studies 23:1 (2014): 90-108.
“Bridging the Gap: Festival Governance, Public Partners and “the Vexing Problem of Distribution.” Canadian Journal of Film Studies 21:1 (2012): 2-20.
“Charting the Course of the Pacific New Wave” CineAction 61 (2003): 29-33.
“Kanehsatake on Witness: The Evolution of CBC Balance Policy” Canadian Journal of Communication 25:2 (Spring 2000), 231-249.
“Positionality and Film Festival Research: A Conversation.” [Co-authored with Brendan Kredell] Film Festivals: History, Theory, Method, Practice. Marijke de Valck, Brendan Kredell, and Skadi Loist, eds. New York: Routledge (2016): 159-176.
“Air Bud and Stickgirl Share Leaky Condo: The Changing Landscape of BC Cinema Since the 1980s.” Self-Portraits: The Cinemas of Canada Since Telefilm. André Loiselle and Tom McSorley, eds. Ottawa: The Canadian Film Institute (2006): 129-165.
“Leaving Gender Aside: The Legacy of Studio D?” Women Filmmakers: Refocusing. Jacqueline Levitin, Judith Plessis and Valerie Raoul, eds. Vancouver: UBC Press (2003): 418-433.
Scene reviews of Kissed, Hard Core Logo, Better Than Chocolate, Everything’s Gone Green. In World Film Locations Vancouver. Rachel Walls, ed. Bristol: Intellect Books, 2013.
Review of Jerry White (ed.), The Cinema of Canada, London: Wallflower Press (24 Frames series), 2006 and Jim Leach, Film in Canada, Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2006. Canadian Journal of Film Studies 17:1 (Spring 2008): 87-92.
Selected Conference Papers:
“BC Cinema After Netflix.” Film Studies Association of Canada, Vancouver, June 2019.
“Reframing National Screen Culture in the Age of Netflix: A Comparative Analysis of Canada and Australia.” Panel Co-Chair, Co-Presenter with Kirsten Stevens, Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Seattle, March 2019.
“#SeetheNorth: Re-Curating the National After TIFF at Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival.” NECS European Network for Cinema and Media Studies, Amsterdam, June 2018.
“Symbolic Value, Attention Momentum, and the Dispersive Qualities of Film Festival Buzz.” Media Industries, King’s College London, April 2018.
“An Ecosystem of Networked Circuits? Towards a Sustainable Theory of the Film Festival Sector.” Film Festival Cartographies Symposium, Modena, Italy, November 2014.
“A Tale of Two Cities: Local Exhibition, Regional Alliances, and the Development of Major Film Festivals in the Pacific Northwest.” Panel Chair, Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Seattle, March 2014.
“Behind the Velvet Rope: Insider/Outsider Dilemmas for Film Festival Researchers.”
Workshop Chair, Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Chicago, March 2013.
“Why Whistler Will Never Be Sundance and What This Tells Us About the Field of Cultural Production.”Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Boston, March 2012
“On Theorizing Film Festivals: Past, Present, Future.” Co-Chair, Workshop Co-Chair, Society for Cinema and Media Studies, New Orleans, March 2011.
“The Art and Politics of Film Festival Programming.” Workshop, Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Los Angeles, March 2010.
“Not Just Another Art House: Public Funding and Festival Forays into Bricks and Mortar.” Film Studies Association of Canada, UBC, Vancouver 2008.
“Culture, Commerce and Cosmopolitanism: Film Festivals and the Traffic in International Cinema.” Canadian Communication Association, UBC, Vancouver 2008.
“Negotiating Admission: The Film Festival as Liminal Market/place.” Media Change and Social Theory, CRESC conference, St. Hugh’s College, Oxford 2006.