Announcement: New journal KINEMA and call for manuscripts
KINEMA is a new international journal discussing film arts and media
using the audiovisual language. KINEMA will inquire into their
history, theory and aesthetics to advance a better understanding of
these influential cultural matters.
KINEMA is published quarterly at the University of Waterloo, (Ontario),
Canada, starting with two special issues in 1993. One of its major
aims is to consider the cinema and audiovisual media as global
phenomena possessing a wealth of diverse conventions which have yet
to be explored. KINEMA will strive to address questions relevant to
astute readers world-wide.
Editor: Jan Uhde
Associate Editor: Gerald Pratley
Articles, Reviews and Notes are accepted in English and French and must
conform to the MLA Style sheet.
Des articles, comptes rendus et notes sont acceptes en anglais et francais
et doivent etre conformes aux regles de l'Association des Langues
Modernes (MLA Style Sheet).
Manuscripts written on WordPerfect 5.0, 5.1, WPWIN or any WP-compatible
wordprocessor are welcome (3.5"/9cm DD or HD diskettes).
All correspondence, including subscriptions, manuscripts, and
advertisements should be submitted to:
The Editor, KINEMA
Fine Arts (Film Studies)
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ont. N2L 3G1, Canada
Tel: (519) 885-1211 ext. 3709 (or 2442)
FAX: (519) 888-4521
Please attach to each article a short biographical note about the author.
Canada CAD 6.00 single copy
CAD 20.00 annually
CAD 30.00 institutions
USA USD 6.00 single copy
USD 20.00 annually
USD 30.00 institutions
Other USD 8.00 single copy
USD 26.00 annually
USD 35.00 institutions
Introductory offer (valid until 30 June 1993):
Spring 1993 issue at reduced price (including postage):
Canada CAD 4.00
USA USD 4.00
Other USD 5.00
Full page: CAD 50.00
Half page: CAD 35.00
Quarter page: CAD 20.00
FROM THE SPRING 1993 ISSUE
Peter Cowie: "Sexual Antagonism in Early Bergman"
Gerald Pratley: "The Future of Two Festivals"
Michal Quigley: "The Encounters in Agnes Varda's Vagabond"
Rod Stoneman: "Love, Music, Compromise: the Pop Promo"
Paul Tiessen: "Eisenstein, Joyce, and the Gender Politics of English
Fred Marshall: "Interview with Akira Kurosawa"
Mark Ritchie | Tel: (519) 888-4070
Media Librarian | Fax: (519) 888-6197
Audio-Visual Centre |
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