Film Studies

Film Studies is a refereed journal that approaches cinema and the moving image from within the fields of critical, conceptual and historical scholarship. The aim is to provide a forum for the interdisciplinary, intercultural and intermedial study of film by publishing innovative research of the highest quality. Contributions from diverse perspectives that are formed by the crossing of institutional and national boundaries are encouraged.


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Film Studies

ISSN 1469-0314 (Print); ISSN 2054-2496 (Online)

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Film Studies is a refereed journal that approaches cinema and the moving image from within the fields of critical, conceptual and historical scholarship. The aim is to provide a forum for the interdisciplinary, intercultural and intermedial study of film by publishing innovative research of the highest quality. Contributions from diverse perspectives that are formed by the crossing of institutional and national boundaries are encouraged.


Abstracting / Indexing

FIAF International Index to Film Periodicals; MLA International Bibliography.


Ethics

Manchester University Press is committed to upholding high ethical standards across all of its journals and providing guidance in order to meet these standards. See here for a summary of our expectations for authors, reviewers and editors.

Editors

Maurizio Cinquegrani, Mattias Frey, Frances Kamm, Alexander Marlow-Mann, Antonio Lázaro-Reboll, Peter Stanfield, University of Kent

General Editor

Mattias Frey

Managing Editor

Maurizio Cinquegrani
filmstudiesjournal@gmail.com

Reviews Editor

Emilia Czatkowska
School of Arts, Jarman, University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7UG, UK
filmstudiesreviews@gmail.com

Editorial Assistant

David Brown, University of Kent

Advisory Board

Ian Christie, Birkbeck, University of London
Richard Allen, New York University
Daniel Biltereyst, Ghent University
Marijke de Valck, Utrecht University
Lee Grieveson, University College London
Vinzenz Hediger, University of Frankfurt
Mette Hjort, Lingnan University, Hong Kong
Jae-Hyung Jung, Dongguk University, Seoul
Frank Krutnik, University of Sussex
Ana M. López, Tulane University
Richard Maltby, Flinders University
Susan Martin-Márquez, Rutgers University
Norimasa Morita, Waseda University, Tokyo
Vinicius Navarro, Emerson College
Will Straw, McGill University
Haidee Wasson, Concordia University
Jennifer Wild, University of Chicago

    

Rates for 2019:

Institutions

Print and online - £186 / $311 / €229

Online only - £149 / $248 / €183

Individuals

Print only - £56 / $93 / €68

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Notes for contributors 

Guidelines on preparing and submitting an article for Film Studies

  • These guidelines are intended to help you and us; the better prepared the article is the more efficiently it will pass through the production process.

  • Please pay particular attention to the Notes and references section.

  • Please make sure that the style you use is consistent throughout the article and is compatible with the rest of the journal.

  • See the journal author resources for more information on how to write and prepare your article and other MUP policies.


Open Access

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