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Spring 2022
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Manuel Betancourt
FQ columnist Manuel Betancourt muses on the difference between responsibility and accountability in the context of nonfiction cinema’s impulse towards and history of speaking up and back to power. In keeping with his preference for poetic nonfiction ...
Rebecca Wanzo
Film Quarterly columnist Rebecca Wanzo reads Hagai Levi’s remake of Ingmar Bergman’s Scenes from a Marriage as a case study for ongoing debates about remakes. Noting the particular scorn a remake can be subject to when racial or gender identities ...
Bilal Qureshi
FQ columnist Bilal Qureshi reflects upon his own career as a film critic of color in light of America’s current culture wars surrounding issues of race, representation, wokeness, and white privilege. Noting that the backlash to diversification has ...

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Film Quarterly has published substantial, peer-reviewed writing on cinema and media for nearly sixty years, earning a reputation as one of the most authoritative academic film journals in the United States, as well as an important English-language voice of cinema studies abroad.

ISSN: 0015-1386        eISSN: 1533-8630

Published Quarterly – March, June, September, December

Editor: B. Ruby Rich, University of California, Santa Cruz (emerita)

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