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In addition to those periodicals listed below I would also recommend
Millimeter and Videograpy.  If you're interested in new media rather than
new technologies for cinema and video then check out a recent new monthly
called Interactivity.
 
Neil Pollock
Australian Film Television and Radio School Library
 
On Wed, 31 Jan 1996, HOMER7HB wrote:
 
> Check out the newsgroup alt.movies.visual-effects for good discussions on
> a range of digitally related topics.
> I'm also doing research in this area and have made numerous contacts on
> the web which led to interviews down the road.  I suggest you browse the
> newsgroups and CGI related pages (you can't miss with running a search on
> Yahoo), as well as cinema newsgroup/webpages.  For periodicals, check out
> Interactive Age, Digital Video, Wired and, most importantly, American
> Cinematographer and Cinefex.  These magazines cover most of the major
> elements involved with digital filmmaking technologies.
> Best of luck!
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