Bimonthly journal Film International was founded in Sweden 1973 as Filmhäftet and is partly financed by funding from the Swedish National Council for Cultural Affairs. The namechange is due to the introduction of an English edition in 2003. You can also find us at the web site, where we publish much more than just samples from the printed journal.
We aim not to be just a scholarly journal, but a new breed of film magazine, mixing established academic film scholars (and other scholars) with renowned film journalists, trying to reach a wider circle of readers.
We recruit contributors from all over the world. Among the internationally most well-known are Charles Barr, John Baxter, Paul Buhle, Stanley Cavell, Kathleen M Coleman, John R Cook, Nicholas J Cull, David Bordwell, Arthur M Eckstein, Tag Gallagher, Barry K Grant, Jan-Christopher Horak, I Q Hunter, Marian Keane, Jon Lewis, Richard Lippe, Patrick McGilligan, Xavier Mendik, Toby Miller, Robert Murphy, Dana Polan, William Rothman, Linda Williams, Robin Wood, Rochelle Wright...
The main focus is on longer essays with in-depth-analysis and interviews. However, there is also an extensive review section on books, DVDs and films at the cinema
Michael Tapper, editor-in-chief
Film International (member of SCMS)
Lilla Fiskaregatan 10
SE-222 22 Lund
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