Film Journal is an academic on-line journal founded by SERCIA, an international organisation established in France in 1993 to promote the study and teaching of English-speaking cinema.
It publishes issues that examine a wide variety of themes, providing new perspectives on film history, theory, narrative, and film aesthetics relating to English-speaking film. The first issue was published on-line in 2011.
Editorial board: Melvyn Stokes (founding editor), Raphaëlle Costa de Beauregard, Gilles Menegaldo, Dominique Sipière.
Current editor: Penny Starfield (firstname.lastname@example.org)
In selecting themes for future issues of the journal, the editor and editorial board have the assistance of an international advisory committee.
All articles will be peer-reviewed and the decision of the editors will be final.
5. Forthcoming issues:
* Railway and Locomotive Language in Film
* Terms that Matter: Naming and Labelling
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