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    FILM QUARTERLY
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    Quarterly scholarly journal from Berkeley, United States published by University of California Press Journals Division,


    - First issue: 1945
    - 267 issues are listed in the moviemags.com database.
    - Articles covering the entire field of film studies.
    - "Interviews with innovative film- and video-makers, writers, editors, and cinematographers; readable discussion of issues in contemporary film theory; definitive, thoughtful reviews of international, avante garde, national cinemas, and documentaries".
    - From University of California Press
    - Quarterly; September, December, March, June.
    - Continues QUARTERLY OF FILM, RADIO AND TELEVISION (ISSN: 1549-0068).
    - Website: www.filmquarterly.org

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