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New Cinemas >
The journal aims to provide a platform for the study of new forms of cinematic practice and fresh approaches to cinemas hitherto neglected in western scholarship
New Review of Film and Television Studies >
The New Review of Film and Television Studies
promotes current research in the humanities that makes a central contribution to film and television studies
POV: a Danish journal of film studies >
POV's emphasis is on collaborative projects, enabling us to combine our efforts, each bringing his or her own point of view to bear on a given film or genre or theoretical problem.
Postmodern Culture >
Founded in 1990 as an experiment in scholarly publishing on the Internet, Postmodern Culture has become the leading electronic journal of interdisciplinary thought on contemporary cultures
Reverse Shot Online >
Reverse Shot is a quarterly, independently published film journal.
Savage Cinema >
B-Movies, Sci-Fi, Horror, Cult Films, and Culture
Scope: An Online Journal of Film Studies >
Scope provides a forum for discussion of all aspects of film and television history, theory and criticism.
Screening the Past >
An international, refereed, electronic journal of screen history.
Senses of Cinema >
An online film journal devoted to the serious and eclectic discussion of cinema.
Sight and Sound >
Studies in French Cinema >
Studies in French Cinema is the only journal published in English devoted exclusively to French and francophone cinema.
Studies in Hispanic Cinemas >
The journal is dedicated to the study of Spanish-speaking and Latin-American cinemas. Coverage includes the cinemas of Spain and Spanish-speaking South, Central and North America, including the Caribbean, and Brazil.
Journal of Film Studies at Concordia University in Montreal.
The Velvet Light Trap >
The Velvet Light Trap is a journal devoted to investigating historical questions that illuminate the understanding of film and other media. While VLT maintains its traditional commitment to the study of American film, it also expands its scope to television and other media, to adjacent institutions, and to other nations' media.
Vertigo: Independent Film Magazine >
Wide Angle >
Wide Angle presents some of today's foremost scholarship in film studies and examines a variety of topics ranging from international cinema to the history and aesthetics of film.