Film Journal International

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Film Journal International
Categories Motion-picture industry
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Mediabistro Holdings
Year founded 1934
Country United States
Based in New York City
Language English
ISSN 1526-9884

Film Journal International is a motion-picture industry trade magazine published by the American company Prometheus Global Media.[1] It is a sister publication of Adweek, Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter, and other periodicals.[1]

History and profile[edit]

Launched in 1934 and published monthly, Film Journal International covers exhibition, production, and distribution, reporting both U.S. and international news, with features on industry trends, movie theater design and technology, screen advertising, and other topics. It is the official magazine of the industry conventions ShoWest, ShowEast, Cinema Expo International, and CineAsia.

In 2008, it was based at 770 Broadway, New York City, New York. The editor and publisher is Robert Sunshine, and the executive editor is Kevin Lally. Its film critics include Lewis Beale, Frank Lovece, Maitland McDonagh, Rebecca Pahle, David Noh, and Doris Toumarkine. Rex Roberts is the associate editor and graphic designer, and as of at last 2016, Sarah Sluis is the assistant editor/staff writer, a post previously held by Katey Rich.


  1. ^ a b Clyde Philip Rolston; Amy Macy; Tom Hutchison; Paul Allen (November 19, 2015). Record Label Marketing: How Music Companies Brand and Market Artists in the Digital Era. Taylor & Francis. p. 453. ISBN 978-1-134-70555-9. Retrieved March 4, 2017. 

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