Eleanor Yule

Job title
Lecturer
Email
Eleanor.Yule@falmouth.ac.uk
Telephone
01326 255704 Ext: 5704

Eleanor Yule is a Scottish writer, film director and creative screenwriting lecturer at Falmouth University. Since her award-winning feature film, Blinded (2004), she has been commissioned to write numerous screenplays including drama documentaries, a feature length adaptation of a novel and a supernatural Rom Com. She is currently in the final stages of her practice based PhD for UWS. Her most recent book publication was the co-authored with Dr David Manderson, The Glass Half Full - Moving Beyond Scottish Miserablism (Luath Press, 2014), which looked at the impact of social realism in film and literature within Scottish culture.  

Qualifications

YearQualificationAwarding body
1990
Postgraduate Certificate in Radio, Film and TV
Bristol University
1992
BBC TAPS Scheme
BBC Scotland
1988
MA Hons Film and TV Studies and English Literature
University of Glasgow

Honours and awards

YearDescription
2014

RTS Scotland Craft Awards - 'Michael Palin in Wyeth's World', (DOP, Editing)

2006

BAFTA Nomination - 'Michael Palin and the Mystery of Hammershøi'

2005

Winner of the Silver Dagger , LA Film Festival - 'Blinded'

2004

Jury Prize, Celtic Film Festival - 'Blinded' (feature film)

1998

BAFTA Nomination - 'The Elusive Spark'

1998

Winner Best Documentary, Celtic Film Festival, - 'The Life and Times of R.D.Laing'.

1996

UK BAFTA Nomination (Best Short Film) - 'A Small Deposit'

Membership of external committees

Trustee, Streetlevel Photoworks

Research interests

Research topics

Feature Film Screenwriting
Media convergence and Transmedia Storytelling
Short Film Screenwriting Tuition

Research outputs

Events

YearDescription
2016

Screenwriting Research Network Annual Conference, Leeds Beckett University Conference Paper, 'Scotland's Changing : What is Scottish Miserablism?

2017

Screenwriting Research Network Annual Conference, Dunedin University, NZ Conference Panel (Gender) 'Sensorial Femmage: A Bespoke Methodology for the Screenwriting of the Middle Ages'

Externally funded research grants information

Year startingYear endingProject titleFunderValueCollaboratorsHESA Category
2011
2017
PhD
UWS

Teaching

Areas of teaching

Gender
Genre
Screenwriting
Screenwriting MA Professional Writing
Theatre
TV Production

Courses taught

BA(Hons) English with Creative Writing
BA(Hons) Creative Writing
MA Professional Writing

Professional engagement

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