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Boxoffice ProBoxoffice Pro is the reference publication of theatrical exhibition. Serving as the official publication of the National Association of Theatre Owners, Boxoffice Pro includes expert analysis of industry trends, executive profiles, and exclusive financial forecasts in print and online. Following its 2018 merger with Film Journal International, Boxoffice Pro is the only monthly magazine exclusively focused on the interests of theatrical exhibition worldwide.
Playback : Canada's Broadcast and Production Journal (PRINT)PlaybackTM is Canada’s production, broadcasting and interactive media destination, offering an intimate view of industry events, trends, and innovations
Quarterly Review of Film and VideoQuarterly Review of Film and Video publishes critical, historical, and theoretical essays, book reviews, and interviews in the area of moving image studies including film, video, and digital imagery studies.
RealScreenRealscreen is the only international magazine devoted exclusively to the non-fiction film and television industries. Realscreen aims to bring diverse communities together for dialog, debate and discussion about the global business of factual entertainment.
Screen InternationalScreen International is a British film magazine covering the international film business.
VarietyVariety is the most authoritative and trusted source of entertainment business news, recognized and respected throughout the world. Variety’s multi-platform content coverage expands across digital, mobile, social, and print as well as branded content, events, summits, data and analysis.
New Review of Film and Television Studiesew Review of Film and Television Studies publishes peer-reviewed research on the theory, history, aesthetics, and politics of expressive screen culture. Committed to a broad definition of film and television studies, NRFTS welcomes articles on digital, sound, video, and web-based media. The journal particularly encourages contributions on and by media creators and scholars from underrepresented groups, and values work informed by intersectional approaches and diverse perspectives. We maintain rigorous intellectual standards while striving to be accessible to a broad readership. Each quarterly issue features substantive scholarship alongside reviews of important recent books in the study of international media.
Cinema ScopeCinema Scope unites experienced critics from across North America with up-and-coming writers. Packed with reviews, essays, festival reports, and interviews.