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Maria San Filippo <[log in to unmask]>
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Guest edited by Nathan Holmes & Colin Williamson
*New Review of Film & Television Studies* Special Issue (20.1) “Renewing
the Cine-genre: Pasts and Futures”

*apologies for cross-posting*
Dear Colleagues,

It is our pleasure to announce the publication of Special Issue 20.1,
“Renewing the Cine-genre: Pasts and Futures,” guest edited by Nathan Holmes
and Colin Williamson (whose open access introduction is available here
and featuring articles by Robert Bird, Tom Gunning, Maggie Hennefeld,
Nathan Holmes, Thomas Lamarre, Alice Maurice, Murray Pomerance, Erica
Stein, Kristen Whissel, and Colin Williamson.

Please see the Table of Contents
for article abstracts as well as a list of book reviews by Karen Horsley,
Kit Hughes, and Sonia Lupher.

Over on the *NRFTS *blog, enjoy Cinta Pelejà’s recent interview
with special issue contributor and *NRFTS* Editorial Board member Salomé
Aguilera Skvirsky on her book *The Process Genre* (Duke, 2020), also
reviewed in this issue.

Please bookmark our blog URL
and we welcome your pitches/proposals for contributions at
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Interested in learning more and possibly joining our editorial team? Attend
our* NRFTS* Editors Meet & Greet at SCMS!
  *2:00-3:00 pm CT on Friday, April 1 *
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We welcome article submissions through our journal website
where guidelines for authors can be found.

Kind regards,

Maria San Filippo

Matthew Connolly
Book Reviews Editor

*New Review of Film and Television Studies*

*Excerpts from the Special Issue*
Special Issue Table of Contents
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