The Moving Image is Australia’s premier series of monographs on film, television and multimedia, covering current practice, history, theory, analysis and criticism.
Each monograph consists of about 30,000 to 50,000 words and deals with a specific topic. Some issues will be single authored, and others, edited collections. The writing is scholarly and, at the same time, accessible to an interested general readership. It is also intended that the issues will be of particular relevance for teaching at secondary and/or tertiary level. Australian film/television/multimedia is its principal, but not exclusive, focus.
The monographs have readers and subscribers from all over the globe, with one of the titles currently set as a text at Exeter University in the UK.
Keep abreast with the Australian media by subscribing to and reading The Moving Image, for extended analytical studies on Australian film, television and multimedia.
The Moving Image is published annually by ATOM in association with its publishing partners. ATOM is a not-for-profit organisation, but the publications arm operates as a commercial publisher. Profits are however put back into the commissioning of new books in the series.
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