Thank you for your interest in supporting the Millennium Film Journal, the premiere journal of artists’ moving image. The MFJ has been in print since 1978, along with PDF versions of each issue since 2011 and Ebook and Kindle versions since 2018. The magazine features writing about artists’ moving image works richly illustrated with original images and frame enlargements, and includes Artist Pages, studio visit reports, interviews, reviews, manifestoes and scholarly in-depth studies of works of both established and emerging practitioners. Almost every notable critic and theorist of the field has contributed to the journal during its four decades of publication. On the launch of each issue the editors organize screenings of films featured in the journal. A recent initiative is to produce short video interviews with contributing authors including excerpts of the works they discuss: so far three “Highlight” videos have been completed and are available on the MFJ website, Vimeo and YouTube.
The MFJ is published by the Millennium Film Workshop, an organization committed to supporting moving image artists through screenings, workshops, equipment access, publications and podcasts. As a 501c3 not-for-profit corporation registered as a charity in the state of New York, the organization depends on contributions in the form of grants and donations in support of its activities.
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