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This journal is a forum for the highest quality research being carried out on European Film, European film culture, and the changing nature of film output in Europe, and distinctive by positioning the debates within both a cultural and an historical context.
The scope of the journal encompasses:
- The historical and cultural dimensions in European film culture
- The identities, languages, styles, forms and audiences of European cinema
- The work of directors, writers, actors, cinematographers and technicians operating within European film production
- European cinema in the context of others - e.g., Hollywood, 'World' cinema, etc.
The aim of the journal is to provide a place for readers interested in European cinema and the film cultures of Europe, bringing together experts from a variety of fields in order to facilitate interdisciplinary exchange. Unique in its willingness to engage with all the cinemas of Europe, the journal provides a pre-eminent international platform for discussion.
The journal, with due respect to the links it has established with the European Cinema Research Forum, is intended to reach a broad cross-section of experts and lay readers from Modern Languages, Film and Media Studies, European Cultural Studies, Creative and Performing Arts, and Sociology of Media. The recent expansion in courses and programmes in European Cinema within these disciplines will make Studies in European Cinema a highly valuable resource on debates and current research.