Being silent in a movie theater is a learned habit.
It's more than just entertainment. It reflects the feelings of an era.
The smartest dumbest show ever created for television.
Ian Fleming may have understood international relations better than academics.
We examine the portrayal of the British suffragettes in the iconic film, Mary Poppins.
William J. Becker, co-owner of Janus Films, was instrumental in bringing art house and foreign cinema to American audiences. We reflect on his influence.
The western genre is engrained in American film from its roots to today. Jared Hess' Napoleon Dynamite revises this legacy in a surprising way.
Cinema Journal is published by the University of Texas Press on behalf of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies.
The dark side of Buster Keaton's comedic work
A look into Trump and the societal obsession with controlling gender and sex.