In this Issue
Wide Angle presents some of today's foremost scholarship in film studies and examines a variety of topics ranging from international cinema to the history and aesthetics of film. Each issue concentrates on a single topic and offers extensively illustrated articles, interviews with prominent filmmakers, and reviews of recent books in the field. The journal's unique thematic approach is well-suited to course work, facilitating assigned reading and classroom discussion on particular film subjects.
published byJohns Hopkins University Press
viewing issueVolume 21, Number 2, March 1999
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