Film International
ISSN: 16516826
Online ISSN: 20403801
First published in 1973
4 issues per volume
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Editor in-chief

Daniel Lindvall
Stockholm, Sweden
daniel.lindvall@filmint.nu

Film International covers film culture as part of the broader culture, history and economy of society. We address topics of contemporary relevance from historically informed perspectives. We wish to bridge the gap between the academy and the outside world, and encourage the participation of scholars from a variety of disciplines.

We refuse the facile dichotomies of 'high' and 'low', Hollywood and independent, art and commercial cinema. We discuss Hollywood films seriously, and 'art' movies critically. We aim at becoming a truly international journal, recognising local specificities, but also the ultimate interconnectedness of an increasingly globalised world. 

"(Film International) is a wonderful publication of enormous interest to anyone who is passionate about film." Andre Gregory 

"A terrific magazine with a level of writing about film that is unfortunately all too rare these days." Robert Pulcini, co-writer/director, American Splendor, 10,000 Saints
 

Abstracting and Indexing

MLA; Current Abstracts; FIAF (International Federation of Film Archives); Art & Architecture Complete; Art & Architecture Index; Art Index; Art Full Text; Biography Index; Book Review Digest Plus; British Humanities Index, SciVerse Scopus.

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