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Now Online: Spring 2024 Issue (22.1)

Featuring articles and reviews by Elizabeth Alsop, Diana W. Anselmo, Eve Bennett, Janet Bergstrom, Kornelia Boczkowska, Shelley Cobb, Fabienne Collignon, Jerome P. Dent, Jr., Jessica Ford, Tanya Horeck, Jacqueline Johnson, Marzena Keating, Joanna Lapinska, Stefania Marghitu, Julia Irion Martins, Maureen Mauk, Emily Naser-Hall, Isabel Pinedo, Emma Radley, Matthew Robinson, Cristina Ruiz-Poveda Vera, Sarah Louise Smyth, Anna Siomopoulos, Theresa Trimmel, Karim Townsend, and Leung Wing-Fai.

Reviews and Reports

Reviews and Reports

Take Time: The 71st Melbourne International Film Festival

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Short Takes

Short Takes

Something in the Midsommar Air

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Close-ups

Close-ups

Aimee Traficante talks to Janice Loreck about 'Provocation in Women's Filmmaking: Authorship and Art Cinema'

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PODCASTS

Check out the latest episode of the New Review of Film and Television Studies podcast, which features Max Bledstein in conversation with Adam Lowenstein about his book Horror Film and Otherness.


COMING ATTRACTIONS

Congratulations to the 2023 SCMS Queer and Trans Caucus Chris Holmlund Graduate Student Writing Prize winner Adin Walker (PhD candidate, Performance Studies, Stanford University). The award-winning essay will appear in our Summer 2024 issue. Stay tuned for the announcement about submissions for next year’s prize in mid-2024.


We are pleased to announce Casey Walker (University of Texas at Austin) has been awarded the winner of the 2024 TV SIG Grad Essay Contest. Click the link for more information about the winning essay, finalists, past winners, and 2025 contest. Walker’s essay will appear in the Winter 2024 issue of NRFTS.


Issue 22.2 (Summer 2024)

Issue 22.3 (Special Issue: “Horror Studies Now”) (Fall 2024)