The Moving Image is Australia’s premier series of monographs on film, television and multimedia, covering current practice, history, theory, analysis and criticism.
Australian film/television/multimedia is the principal, but not exclusive, focus of The Moving Image series which is a key site for publishing of academic research, particularly on Australian cinema. The choice of topics is informed by international developments in the areas of theory, criticism, history and practice of film/video/multimedia as well as issues of Australian national/cultural identity. Books in this series are refereed.
Each monograph consists of about 30,000 to 50,000 words dealing with a specific topic. Most issues are single-authored, although joint or edited collections will be considered. The writing is scholarly while being accessible to an interested general readership.
The monographs have readers and subscribers from all over the globe and ATOM is particularly keen that a number of individual issues should be relevant to tertiary or secondary education.
The Moving Image is published annually by ATOM in association with its publishing partners. ATOM is a not-for-profit organisation, but The Moving Image is part of the publications arm operating as a commercial publisher. Profits are however put back into the commissioning of new books in the series.
We welcome contributions and proposals for monographs. Subscriptions will enable us to continue this project more effectively.
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