It’s a while since the excellent Fibreculture Journal had a new issue, but their archive is worth visiting if you’re interested in digital media, networks, interaction design, etc. http://fibreculturejournal.org/
Teaching film studies next year and trying to get materials together for first- and second-year courses? Here are some handy clips with commentaries on basic film terms and concepts, from Yale University: http://classes.yale.edu/film-analysis/index.htm
Film historian Kevin Brownlow will be presenting a day of screenings and talks down in Waterford at the Molly Keane Writers Retreat on Saturday 13 September. Book now to avoid disappointment.
Dublin’s first Feminist Film Festival will take place on 30 and 31 August. Get the details here.
The free online journal from UCC, Alphaville, is now online. Edited by Ian Murphy and Gwenda Young, this issue is on the theme Corporeal Cinema.
If you don’t already check Film Studies for Free for the latest in our field, have a look at their round-up of links and resources for July 2014.
Decent film criticism about new releases: http://alternatetakes.co.uk/
FilmSound.org may not be a new resource, but it is near inexhaustible and a must-visit for anyone interested in sound and music on screen. Prick up your ears here …
… just what you always wanted: complete, faithful recreations of the visual displays in 2001: A Space Odyssey. Screensavers and more available here: http://www.halproject.com/hal/
Media Industriesdescribes itself as a ‘peer-reviewed, multi-media, open-access online journal that supports critical studies of media industries and institutions worldwide.’ It covers a broad range of media industries: film, television, internet, radio, music, publishing, electronic games, advertising, and mobile communications. The first issue is already online, and it’s a promising start.