Features articles on narrative, documentary and independent film makers, filmography, film criticism and book reviews.
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The Canadian Journal of Film Studies is the official publication of the Film Studies Association of Canada (FSAC), a non-profit scholarly organization. Founded in 1977, FSAC seeks to foster and advance the study of the history and art of film and related fields in Canada and abroad.
Areas of interest range from the technical and entrepreneurial innovations of early and pre-cinema experiments, covering all aspects of the production, distribution, exhibition and reception of commercial and non-commercial motion pictures.
No longer published as of January 1997. Feature articles on every aspect of films, old and new, profiles of actors from past to present, photographs and motion picture reviews published by the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures Inc.
Articles dedicated to popular film and television in the broadest sense. Concentration on commercial cinema and television, theory/criticism, interviews, filmographies, bibliographies, stars, directors, producers, studios and networks.