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What about Quarterly Review of Film Studies, Wide Angle, and
Literature/Film Quarterly?  Those were (are) considered respectable--but
then, some of it depends on what you mean by an "academic reputation"
and in what circles.

Barbara L. Baker, Ph.D.
Professor of Communication
Central Missouri State University
Warrensburg, MO. 64093
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Sorry to start such a seemingly trivial thread, but I was just having
a
conversation with a colleague and we were discussing film, television
and related journals which had the highest academic reputations
(deserved or not). These were not necessarily journals which we
subscribe to, read, or even want to submit to, but are considered the
heavy hitters on a CV. The list we came up with is appallingly small:

Screen
Cinema Journal
(maybe)Camera Obscura

And I wanted to put it out to you what your opinions were regarding
the
major film and TV journals for academic weight.

Dr. Mikel J. Koven
Lecturer, Department of Theatre, Film and TV
UWA
(01970) 621605
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Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite
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