Millennium Film Journal

Frequency: Bi-Annual - Issue(s) per Year: 4
ISBN13/Barcode: 9770106455868
The Millennium Film Journal is dedicated to Artists’ Cinema, from the Black Box to the White Cube — on the large screen, on the small screen, in installations, and in public spaces. Since 1978 it has documented works by artists in film, video, and digital media.
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Millennium Film Journal 66 Auutmn Fall 2017

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Millennium Film Journal 65 Spring 2017

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Millennium Film Journal 64 Autumn 2016

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Millennium Film Journal 63 Spring 2016

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Millennium Film Journal 62 Fall 2015

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Millennium Film Journal 61 Spring 2015

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Millennium Film Journal 60 Summer 2014

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Currently edited by Grahame Weinbren, Kenneth White, and occasional guest editors, the Millennium Film Journal has been published more or less biannually since 1978 by the Millennium Film Workshop, former director Howard Guttenplan, current director Peter Kingsbury.

The Oldest Journal of Avant-Garde Film and Media Art on Planet Earth

Since its inception in the 1970s, the Millennium Film Journal has documented the multiple transformations of the cinematic in the hands of artists, giving a voice to a community that tended toward marginality. Its single commitment is to the cinema as an art form, not a product, and it continues to maintain the idealist – if aggressively naive – position that artworks and products are separate and distinct species, even if some works are both.

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