Peri/od/ical: Film Quarterly | journal, 1958-85


Film Quarterly, 1979 Geraldine Chaplin in “Elisa, vida mía”, Carlos Saura
Film Quarterly, 1972 Bud Cort in “Harold and Maude” – Hal Ashby


Film Quarterly, 1972-73, Susannah York in Robert Altman, “Images”
Film Quarterly, 1967-68 Aurthur Penn, “Bonnie and Clyde”


Film Quarterly , 1966  Buster Keaton in “Scribe”         Film Quarterly, 1972 Tom DeWitt Ditto, Fall”


Film Quarterly, 1981Oskar Matzerath in “The Tin Drum”, Volker Schlöndorff 
Film Quarterly, 1984-85 Harry Dean Stanton in “Paris, Texas”, Wim Wenders
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Film Quarterly is a film journal published by University of California Press, in Berkeley, California,
United States. It was first published in 1945 as Hollywood Quarterly, was renamed The Quarterly
of Film Radio and Television in 1951, and received its current title in 1958.

 Film Quarterly is peer-reviewed, and publishes scholarly analyses of international cinemas, current
blockbusters, Hollywood classics, documentaries, animation, and independent, avant-garde, and
experimental film and video.


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