Roy Stafford has been involved in film and media education since the 1970s. He helped to establish courses in further education and university extra-mural classes.
He has written widely in a variety of educational journals including Screen Education, Screen, Initiatives, Media Education Journal, Liberal Education/General Educator/Post-16 Educator, in the picture, PoV and also The Guardian and Times Educational Supplement. He has written regularly in Media Magazine for A Level students.
The Global Film Book (2014) Abingdon: Routledge
Understanding Audiences and the Film Industry (2007), London: BFI
Seven Samurai (2001) Ultimate Film Guides, Longman
La haine (2000) York Film Notes
The Media Student’s Book (jointly with Gill Branston), (Five editions: 1996, 1999, 2002, 2006, 2010) ) London/Abingdon: Routledge
Nonlinear editing and visual literacy (1995) London: BFI
Hands On: Media Technology for Teachers (1993) London: BFI
Papers in collected works
‘The Face of Noomi Rapace’ in Barthes’ ‘Mythologies‘ Today: Readings of Contemporary Culture (2013), Pete Bennett and Julian McDougall (eds), Abingdon: Routledge
‘Global and local in media education’ in The Media Teacher’s Handbook (2011), Elaine Scarratt and John Davison (eds), Abingdon: Routledge
‘Re-defining creativity: Extended Project Work in GCSE Media Studies’ (1990) in Watching Media Learning, David Buckingham (ed), Falmer Press