The digital platform 'Screen Studies'

Bloomsbury Digital Resources, in collaboration with Faber & Faber, have released new and additional content to their digital platform, Screen Studies.


The Bloomsbury and Faber Screenplays and Criticism module with which the product launched in 2018 has been expanded to include 80 additional screenplays and scholarly books on film history, theory and practice.


Highlights from the update include screenplays such as Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs and Joel Coen and Ethan Coen’s Barton Fink; and books including the Projections series (1-13), The Late Films of Claude Chabrol, and The Cinema of ThingsGlobalization and the Posthuman Object.


Screen Studies will be updated with further content again in Spring 2019, and it is available to access via institutional subscription or perpetual access.


30-day trials are available for institutions to arrange now on the Bloomsbury Digital Resources website, or via Screen Studies itself.


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