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After a long overdue overhaul, we are proud to announce that the Film Festival Research bibliography is again up to date and includes a couple hundred new entries in all sections of the annotated bibliography. Included are several new books … Continue reading
In the most recent update to the open-access online bibliography of the Film Festival Research Network (FFRN) nearly a hundred new entries and references have been added since last year’s big overhaul. This clearly speaks to the continued productivity of … Continue reading
The FFRN Bibliography is frequently updated to represent new output in the growing field of film festival studies. In the last few months new resources and books have become available, which have been added to the Bibliography. Some materials we … Continue reading
As the year comes to an end, yearly reviews abound. Thus, it might be timely to highlight a few new monographs and books in film festival studies. 2011 saw a vast number of new publications. Here are a few highlights: … Continue reading
The Film Festival Research: Thematic, Annotated Bibliography has been updated. Because we now host the bibliography on our own space, we are more flexible with additions and updates. The new edition, now available here on the website, presents all previously … Continue reading