Tim Bergfelder, UK
Alison Butler, UK
Dimitris Eleftheriotis, UK
Karen Lury, UK
Alastair Phillips, UK
Jackie Stacey, UK
Sarah Street, UK
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Screen is the leading international journal of academic film and television studies. From video art to popular television, from Hollywood to Hong Kong, from art cinema to British film finance, Screen authors cover a wide range of issues …Find out more
The 27th International Screen Studies Conference
This conference will take place at the University of Glasgow, 23-25 June, 2017, programmed by Karen Lury for Screen journal. There is no specific theme this year so the editors are pleased to invite proposals on all topics within film and television studies. Pre-formed panels will be considered but not prioritized. The keynote speakers will be Professor Steven Connor (University of Cambridge), Professor Carol Mavor (University of Manchester) and Professor Anna McCarthy (New York University). The deadline for proposals is midnight (GMT) on Sunday, 15th January 2017.
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The Annette Kuhn Essay Award
Submissions are invited for the Annette Kuhn Essay Award, hosted by the journal Screen. The award offers £1,000 to the author/s of the best debut article in film and television studies published in 2016, as judged by the Screen editors and members of the journal's editorial advisory board. The deadline for submissions is Friday 27 January, 2017.
Dossier on Pakistani Cinema
Four articles on Pakistani Cinema published in Volume 57, Issue 4 of Screen are available to read free online until the end of June 2017.
- Explorations into Pakistani cinema: introduction
- Lineages of Pakistan’s ‘Urdu’ cinema: mode, mood and genre in Zehr-e Ishq/Poison of Love (1958)
- Mirrors of movement: Aina, Afzal Chowdhury’s cinematography and the interlinked histories of cinema in Pakistan and Bangladesh
- ‘A camera from the time of the British’: film technologies and aesthetic exclusion in Pakistani cinema
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