Selasa, 24 Januari 2023


 Q2 Journal of Film and Video


The Journal of Film and Video, an internationally respected forum, focuses on scholarship in the fields of film and video production, history, theory, criticism, and aesthetics. Article features include film and related media, problems of education in these fields, and the function of film and video in society. The Journal does not ascribe to any specific method but expects articles to shed light on the way we view and teach the production and study of film and video.


Film Criticism is a peer-reviewed, online publication whose aim is to bring together scholarship in the field of cinema and media studies in order to present the finest work in this area, foregrounding textual criticism as a primary value. Our readership is academic, although we strive to publish material that is both accessible to undergraduates and engaging to established scholars. With over 40 years of continuous publication, Film Criticism is the third oldest academic film journal in the United States. We have published work by such international scholars as Dudley Andrew, David Bordwell, David Cook, Andrew Horton, Ann Kaplan, Marcia Landy, Peter Lehman, Janet Staiger, and Robin Wood. Equally important, FC continues to present work from emerging generations of film and media scholars representing multiple critical, cultural and theoretical perspectives. Film Criticism is an open access academic journal that allows readers to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, and link to the full texts of articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose except where otherwise noted.


The Canadian Journal of Film Studies / Revue canadienne d'études cinématographiques is Canada's leading academic peer-reviewed film journal. We have published bi-annually since launching in 1990. CJFS / RCÉC publishes scholarly articles on film, television, and other audio-visual media. Subjects may be either Canadian or any other national or transnational cinema. We also publish reviews and review-essays of recent books in film and media studies. Other occasional features of CJFS/RCÉC are “Ciné-Documents” (rare and archival materials relevant to the study of moving images), and “Ciné-Forum,” in which we publish short articles on any topic of interest to film and media students and scholars. Possible topics include debates on current contributions to film theory, history, criticism, and pedagogy; information about archives, special collections, and other sources for research; translations; interviews; discussions of recent DVD or streaming media releases that have particular relevance to archival, critical, or pedagogical aspects of film studies.

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