Film-Philosophy is an international, open access and peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the engagement between film and screen studies, film theory and philosophy.
Film-Philosophy considers articles on any subject relating to film (broadly understood to include all screen media) and philosophy. Film-Philosophy is interested in the ways in which films develop and contribute to philosophical discussion. We particularly welcome articles that set up an active engagement between film studies and philosophy, thereby sustaining a thoughtful re-evaluation of key aspects of each discipline.
Please see our Calls for Papers.
All issues of Film-Philosophy are published by and available at Edinburgh University Press.
The 2023 Film-Philosophy Conference will take place 13-15 June at Chapman University, USA. See the webpage for further details.
The Editorial Board of Film-Philosophy is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and implements reviewing, commissioning and publishing processes that reflect these values. Film-Philosophy endeavours to be a forum where scholars from diverse backgrounds can engage in film-philosophical debates.