Part II: Journals from Great Britain and Australia
The journals offered here contain some of the most innovative work in film studies since the early seventies. New developments in the field were being talked over, fought over, and written about in Europe for some time before reaching the United States; much of that activity is reflected in the older of these journals. With the majority having the avant-garde and independent film as their focus, they offer unique access to work by outstanding scholars and filmmakers. The inclusion of history and theory-and radio and television-creates a series that reflects major aspects of contemporary thinking in many key areas.