Issue 25.1 :: Spring / Printemps 2016National and Global: Twenty-Five Years of Film Studies in a Canadian Context by Marc Furstenau
Du « dix-neuf » au « nineteen ». Une étude comparative des versions québécoise francophone et canadienne anglophone de la série télévisée 19-2 by Stéfany Boisvert
Madawaska Valley: John Ormond’s Lost film at the National Film Board of Canada by Kieron Smith
L’incursion de l’ONF dans la thérapie psychiatrique : genèse, réalisation et pérennité de la série Mental Mechanisms by Martin Beaulieu
The Rise and Fall of the Stratford International Film Festival by Ian Rae, Jessica Thom
Documentary Film Festivals and Ideological Transactions: Film Screening Sites at Hot Docs by Lyell Davies
Modes of Intersubjective Address in The Central Character (1977) and Our Marilyn (1987) by Shana MacDonald
Plus new book reviews.
News and Events
June 2014 :: With the publication of Issue 23.1 (Spring 2014), CJFS/RCEC bids a fond farewell to editor-in-chiefs Katie Russell and Charles Acland and is pleased to welcome the journal’s latest stewards: Marc Furstenau (Carelton University) and Jerry White (Dalhousie University).
March 2011 :: Join us for drinks at our 20th Anniversary Launch Party in New Orleans.
January 2011 :: The PDFs for CJFS/RCEC Issue 17.2 are now online.
The Canadian Journal of Film Studies / Revue Canadienne d'etudes cinematographiques is Canada's leading academic peer-reviewed film journal. We have published bi-annually since launching in 1990.
It is co-edited by Marc Furstenau (Associate Professor, Film Studies, Carleton University) and Jerry White (Associate Professor, English, Dalhousie University). We are funded by the Film Studies Association of Canada / Association canadienne des études cinématographiques and SSHRC / CRSH. Additional support provided by the School for Studies in Art and Culture, Carleton University, and the Department of English, Dalhousie University.
The Canadian Journal of Film Studies / Revue canadienne d'études cinématographiques is indexed by the Federation Internationale des Archives du Film (FIAF) and its published listing, the International Index to Film / Television Periodicals; Film / Literature Index; and Media Review Digest. ISSN 0847-5911.
Special thanks to Michael Brendan Baker for years of loyal service maintaining the website.
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