ISSN: 20403526
Online ISSN: 20403534
First published in 2010
2 issues per volume
Current Issue:
Volume 0 / Issue 0
Call for Papers

*** Transnational Cinemas is now published by Taylor & Francis*** Go to the Journal's home page

Download the TRAC Notes for Contributors

Please refer to the
Intellect style guide before submitting your article to the journal editors.

Transnational Cinemas is a new international refereed Intellect journal.  Our journal aims to break down traditional geographical and area divisions and we welcome submissions from around the world that reflect the global nature of film cultures. The editors are seeking articles, interviews, visual essays, reports on film festivals and conferences.

Possible research topics include (but are not limited to):  

* Modes of production, distribution and exhibition
* Co-productions and collaborative networks
* New technologies and changing patterns of consumption
* Transnational film theories
* Migration, journeying and other forms of border-crossing
* Exilic and diasporic filmmaking
* Film and language
* Questions of authorship and stardom
* Cross-fertilisation and cultural exchange
* Indigenous cinema and video and the cinemas of ethnic minorities
* Cultural policy
* The ethics of transnationalism
* Historical transnational practices
* Interrelationships between the local, national and the global
* Transnational and postcolonial politics

Articles should be between 6,000 and 8,000 words in length and should follow the Harvard referencing system, and be written in English, with all quotations translated. Submit your article as an e-mail attachment in Word format.

Your article should be between 6,000 and 8,000 words excluding references. Your submission must include the following information on a separate page:
* Article title
* Your name
* An abstract of about 150 words
* Up to 6 keywords
* A short biography in the third person (no more than 3 sentences)
* Your institutional affiliation, including department, and address
* E-mail address

Books for review: Korean and East Asian Transnational Cinema special issue

We welcome reviews of recent publications or relevant films. For our forthcoming guest-edited issue, we are calling for reviews related specifically to Korean and East Asian Transnational Cinema.

Books available for review

The following books are available for review for Transnational Cinemas:

Horror to the Extreme: Changing Boundaries in Asian Cinema (2009) edited by Jinhee Choi and Mitsuyo Wado-Marciano

New Theories and Histories: Global Art Cinema (2010) edited by Rosalind Galt and Karl Schoonover 

Embodied Visions: Evolution, Culture and Film (2009) by Torben Grodal


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