Bibliography: Periodicals (C)

A list of all periodicals referenced in EOFFTV beginning with the letter “C”.

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A Canadian film magazine published three times a year from 1985 to 2016. It was founded by members of the film department at Toronto’s York University and was a notable for taking a Marxist perspective on criticism. The exclamation mark was dropped from issue number 23.

“America’s leading magazine on the art and politics of the cinema”, first published in 1967. [website]

A long-lived and much-loved American genre magazine published between 1970 and 2002. Original publisher and editor Fred Clarke had previously published a fanzine with the same title in 1967.

An Italian magazine that has been published by the Federazione Italiana Cineforum since 1961. [website]

A German film magazine first published in 1975 and published by Kino Verlag. [website]

Cinema Business
A British trade journal, “a news resource for the UK film distribution, theatrical exhibition and film festival sectors”, published between 2004 and 2010 by Landor Publishing.

Cinema Journal
An American magazine published by the University of Texas Press since 1961. It grew from the earlier Journal of the Society of Cinematologists.

Cinema Papers
An Australian film magazine first published in a short run between 1969 and 1970. It was relaunched in January 1974 and subsequently ran until February 2001, focusing almost exclusively on Australian and New Zealand cinema. It incorporated Filmviews in 1989.

CinemaTV Today
A British trade journal published between 1971 and 1975. It was formerly published as Today’s Cinema and would eventually become Screen International and later the website Screen Daily.

A Spanish film magazine published monthly by Cine y Tele Informe since 1961.

City Limits
A London-based arts and entertainments listing magazine, published weekly between 1981 and 1993. It was founded by former Time Out editor Tony Elliott after his former employers stopped publishing their title as a co-operative. City Limits contained some of the earliest writings by critic and film historian Kim Newman.

Classic Images
An American magazine covering “The ‘Golden Age’ of Film and television” since 1962. Founded by Samuel K. Rubin, it began life as The 8mm Collector, and became The 8mm/16mm Collector and Classic Film Collector before settling on its current and best-known title. As of 2018, it is published by Muscatine Journal.

Comedy Review
A short-lived (5 issues) British magazine looking at comedy in film and television that ran from March-July 1996. It was published by Future Publishing.

Continental Film and Video Review
A British film magazine published monthly between 1952 and 1984. As the title suggests, it focused on European cinema and later changed its title to Continental Film and Video Review.

Creative Screenwriting
An American magazine focusing on screenwriting published between 1994 and 2012.

An American weekly listings magazine, based in New York and carrying details and reviews of cinema screenings, plays and television broadcasts.

Cult TV
A British monthly magazine covering fantasy, horror and science fiction television. Published by Future Publishing between 1997 and 1998.