Mademli, E. (Accepted/In press). Film as Revanche: Dissecting the Dispositif in New Greek Cinema. Filmicon, Journal of Greek Film Studies.
Mademli, G. (2017). Inside the Capsule of Artistic Practices: Wearing and Performing the Moving Image. Comunicazioni Sociali (CS): Journal of Media, Performing Arts and Cultural Studies, 1, 53-60. https://doi.org/10.1400/251261[details]
Mademli, G. (2016). From the Crisis of Cinema to the Cinema of Crisis: A “Weird” Label for Contemporary Greek Cinema. Frames Cinema Journal, 9. [details]
Mademli, G. (2015). Norway (2015) by Yannis Veslemes. Filmicon, Journal of Greek Film Studies, (3), 96-100.
Mademli, G. (2017). The Viewser as Curator: The Online Film Festival Platform. In P. Hesselberth, & M. Poulaki (Eds.), Compact Cinematics: The Moving Image in the Age of Bit-Sized Media (pp. 85-91). London: Bloomsbury Academic. [details]
Mademli, G. (2016). Archiving Balkan History: The Films of the Manakia Brothers. In P. Drummond (Ed.), Visions of Identity: Global Film & Media: Essays from the Third Annual London Film and Media Conference 2014 (The London film & media reader; No. 4). The London Symposium.
Mademli, G. (2016). The Rise of the Peripheral Subject: Questions of Cultural Hybridity in the "Greek Crisis". In E. Peeren, H. Stuit, & A. van Weyenberg (Eds.), Peripheral Visions in the Globalizing Present: Space, Mobility, Aesthetics (pp. 182-197). (Thamyris / Intersecting: Place, Sex and Race; Vol. 31). Brill Rodopi. [details]
Mademli, G. (2015). Archives at Arm's Length: "Selfie" Films through a Looking Glass . In A. Costa Valente, & R. Capucho (Eds.), Avanca | Cinema : International Conference 2015 Cine Clube de Avanca.
Mademli, G. (2017). Not So Weird: The Landscape of New Greek Cinema. EFA Close-up, 1. [details]