Intellect is pleased to announce that Journal of Screenwriting 13.1 is out now.
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Aims & Scope
The Journal of Screenwriting explores the nature of writing for the screen in its broadest sense. It showcases original thinking around screenwriting history, theory, practice and pedagogy, with a truly international perspective and outlook. The journal encourages a broad range of approaches to studying screenplays and the screenwriting profession, drawing on methodological traditions from creative practice, cultural and media studies, history, and industry/production studies, to name just a few. The journal is also open to submissions that take the form of ‘industry insights’ and ‘pedagogy papers’, encouraging a wide range of voices and interests to help build and shape the field of screenwriting studies. The journal also prides itself on mentoring new voices within the field and collaboratively written articles that assist in this endeavour are welcomed.
LESLIE KREINER WILSON
L. J. THEO
PAOLO RUSSO, ROSAMUND DAVIES, ALEXANDRA KSENOFONTOVA, RAFAEL LEAL, IAN W. MACDONALD, STEVEN MARAS AND CLAUS TIEBER