FILM INTELLIGENCE

APOLOGY!

FILM INTELLIGENCE apologises to would-be users for an extended period of inactivity, resulting from a lack of human resources to maintain it, and a drying-up of outside contributions.

We are now at work on up-dating the site, and re-establishing it as The Internet Journal for new writing on the Moving Image, with its special relationship with the Collegium of the Pordenone Silent Film Festival (Giornate del Cinema Muto)

FILM INTELLIGENCE continues to offer a space in the great entangled overgrowth of film periodical publication, both print and digital. It provides a place for writing that can probe deeper than the purely journalistic, but still remain more accessible and research-based than the proliferating mass of academic literature.

FILM INTELLIGENCE is broad-based, recognising the moving image’s international spread and its 114 years of history, and keeping up to date with new releases and new tendencies.  We’re open to writing about anything about the moving image, from pre-cinema to post-modern, from old Hollywood to abstract art installations  - as long as the attitude is original and the style accessible. 

A QUICK GUIDE TO WHAT YOU WILL AND WILL NOT CURRENTLY FIND ON FILM INTELLIGENCE:

NEWS AND FESTIVALS
From 2009 we retain only the reports on the major festivals of Berlin and Cannes
A selection of past festival reports that have appeared in Film Intelligence have been retained in the “Archive” section

FEATURES
Updating

COLLEGIUM PAPERS
Updating

RECORDS
Updating, to include a chronology of cinema events of 1910 – useful for journalists looking for a quick centenary subject – and a record of recent obituaries. The earlier necrology of 2005 is retained in the archive section.

HISTORY
Updating, to include an article on the rediscovery of Alexander Shiryaev, pioneer Russian animator and recorder of dance on film.

ARCHIVE

OUR INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANTS:
PETER VON BAGH (Finland, Italy)
JULIE CAZENAVE (France)
PAOLO CHERCHI USAI (Netherlands, Italy)
RICCARDO COSTANTINI (Italy)
LUCA GIULIANI (Italy)
ALEXANDER JACOBY (UK, Japan)
MICHAEL KUTZA (USA)
CHRIS DANIELS (UK)
MICHAEL HAWKINS (UK)
GABRIEL PALETZ (USA, Czech Republic)
DAVID ROBINSON (UK)

IF YOU HAVE ARTICLES OR ANY OTHER MATERIAL YOU WOULD LIKE TO PUBLISH AND FEEL WOULD BE APPROPRIATE TO THE AIMS OF FILM INTELLIGENCE PLEASE CONTACT:
info@filmintelligence.org