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Wide Screen 6.1 Special Issue on Videogame Adaptation

cover-finalWe’re back after a two year hiatus! This special issue, titled Videogame Adaptation has been edited by Kevin M. Flanagan. Click here to access the entire issue. As usual, it is completely open-access.

September 7, 2016   No Comments  

Lemon Tree, five years hence

As some might remember, I had written a review of Eran Riklis’s 2008 film Etz Limon (Lemon Tree) for the inaugural issue of Wide Screen (1.1). I recently re-watched the film when I screened it at the University of Pittsburgh which is currently my home. I was surprised by the differences in my response to the film was this time around.

Here’s a link to the very short response piece I wrote recently: http://www.fsgso.pitt.edu/2013/02/fiver-years-lemon-tree/

Here’s a link to the original review in WS: http://widescreenjournal.org/index.php/journal/article/view/23/28

February 22, 2013   No Comments  

Wide Screen 4.1 is now online

We are very happy to announce that after a long wait, Wide Screen 4.1, a special issue on Documentary, Art and Performance is now online. The issue has been edited by Veena Hariharan. Click on the image below to access the issue.

November 29, 2012   No Comments  

CFP: WS Special Issue: Art and Music in Documentary




The art of the documentary has been explored at some length in documentary studies. John Grierson famously defined the documentary as the “creative treatment of actuality.” Less, however, has been written about the relationship between documentary and the arts, the impact of documentary on art and artists and vice-versa. The diversity of issues related to representation and interpretation, and the challenges involved in the representation of one medium by another, complicates the discursive spaces of production of art, music and documentary. From the early debates around fidelity and dynamism to the more contemporary ones around interactivity and performativity, the relationship between art, music and documentary is a rich terrain for exploration. [Read more →]

October 2, 2011   No Comments  

Wide Screen 3.1 is now online

June 5, 2011   No Comments  

Wide Screen on Wiki

There is now a Wikipedia page on our journal Wide Screen. It gives the history, policies and the people behind the journal.

It can be accessed here.

June 9, 2010   No Comments  


Cover of Vol 2, Issue 1

The new issue of Wide Screen is now available. Click here to access it.

June 2, 2010   No Comments