JoVE, the Journal of Visualized Experiments, was established in October 2006 as the first online journal devoted to video-publication of biological and biomedical research with the aim of improving the productivity of biomedical research. In July 2013 JoVE published its 2500th video article. Dr Moshe Pritsker, co-founder and CEO of JoVE, provides an overview.
Wide-ranging news, reviews, feature articles and comment for academic staff, students, researchers and information professionals exploring the production, study and use of film, television and related media in higher and further education.
‘Screening European Heritage’ is an AHRC project set up to explore the ways in which heritage films across Europe choose to present the continent’s history. Axel Bangert (University of Cambridge), Paul Cooke (University of Leeds) and Rob Stone (University of Birmingham) map the terrain.
First screened on British television from 31 October 1973, the 26-part documentary series ‘The World at War’ narrated by Laurence Olivier proved to be a milestone in the history of ITV. Professor James Chapman explores its roots and critical standing on its 40th anniversary.
Professor James Chapman reviews a new history of the SF genre.
Dr Deborah Shaw explores an anthology on critical approaches to Latin American cinemas.
Dr Rob Banham reviews a look at the life and work of Saul Bass.
Dr Miles Booy reasses the impact of a much maligned and misuderstood film on the release of a ‘definitive’ new edition.
We review Sir Christopher Frayling’s new book on the 1961 film classic, The Innocents.