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After being edited for 25 years by Richard Koszarski, Professor of English at Rutgers University, the editorial office of Film History is moving to Indiana University. Beginning with volume 25, number 1 (the spring 2013 issue), the journal will be edited by Gregory A. Waller, Professor of Film Studies in the IU Department of Communication and Culture. Published by Indiana University Press in cooperation with this department and the IU College of Arts and Sciences, the re-designed journal plans special issues on film distribution; digital resources and historical research; fan magazines; actors, acting, and performance; and film history and sound studies.

In addition to submissions related to these topics, the editorial team encourages queries and submissions across the full spectrum of international film history, from pre-cinema into the 21st century, in and out of the commercial, theatrical mainstream and welcomes proposals for review essays and reassessments of classic texts in film history.

Please direct all queries, proposals, and manuscripts to [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>

Submission Guides

Manuscripts should be submitted (as email attachments) in Word, be double-spaced, use a 12-point standard font (e.g., Times New Roman), and have one-inch margins. Authors should include with submitted material a brief biographical note, including institutional affiliation, and a 100-word abstract. Submitted manuscripts should give no indication of the authorís identity.

Articles should typically not exceed 10,000 words in length, including endnotes, references, tables, etc.

For all matters of spelling, abbreviation, punctuation, form, etc., please consult the latest edition of the Chicago Manual of Style<>.

Illustrations, including frame enlargements (with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi), must be provided by the author, who is responsible for obtaining permission for all copyrighted material used.

Essays must be previously unpublished and may not be submitted to another journal while under review for publication in Film History.

More information can be found at the Film History webpage:

Gregory A. Waller, Editor
Film History
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Department of Communication and Culture
800 E. Third Street
Indiana University
Bloomington IN 47405

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