CfP Aniki: Portuguese Journal of the Moving Image

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Aniki: Portuguese Journal of the Moving Image accepts original essays on, among others, the following areas: cinema, television, media  archaeology, video, digital cultures, sound and the  moving image, history and theory of the moving image. It is an open  access, peer-reviewed online journal that publishes original research essays in the fields of the moving image from diverse methodological perspectives. A bi-annual publication (June/December), this journal publishes essays (with double blind peer review), interviews, book reviews and conference reports, as well as critical reviews of art exhibitions and international film festivals.

logo anikiAniki: Portuguese Journal of the Moving Image accepts original essays on, among others, the following areas: cinema, television, media  archaeology, video, digital cultures, sound and the  moving image, history and theory of the moving image. It is an open  access, peer-reviewed online journal that publishes original research essays in the fields of the moving image from diverse methodological perspectives. A bi-annual publication (June/December), this journal publishes essays (with double blind peer review), interviews, book reviews and conference reports, as well as critical reviews of art exhibitions and international film festivals.
The call for papers to  Aniki’s different sections is constantly open and registration and login are required to submit items online and also to check the status of current submissions.

In its first issue,  which will be launched in December 2013,  Aniki aims to publish a special thematic section, edited by Tiago Baptista, on the relationship between new technologies, filmic analysis, and new cinephilias. The deadline is July 31, 2013

Please consult the Submission preparation checklistAuthor Guidelines and Sections Policies before submitting your complete paper. Submissions in Portuguese and English will be accepted; submissions in French, Spanish or Italian might be exceptionally accepted, but only if they are the author’s first language.

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