The Cine-Files is an online scholarly journal of cinema studies produced within the cinema studies program at Savannah College of Art and Design. We intend the journal to provide a meeting ground for film lovers to share their serious reflections on the cinema. We believe that cinema – in all its eclectic forms of the past, present, and future – is both pleasurable and substantive, and we devote these pages to its passionate analysis.
The Cine-Files is edited by its founder, Tracy Cox-Stanton, with assistance from faculty and graduate students at Savannah College of Art and Design. The spring issues often feature a guest editor. Contents of the journal include solicited essays (typically featured in a dossier linked to a special topic), peer reviewed “featured scholarship,” book reviews, and occasional special feature articles or interviews. Calls for papers (for the “featured scholarship”) will appear in the “Submissions” link. The Cine-Files is produced biannually, in Spring (May 30) and Fall (November 30).
Contact: Tracy Cox-Stanton at firstname.lastname@example.org