13) Notes (1) Olof Hedling "'Stop Whining and Get on with the Basic Business of Being British': Notes on Robin Wood, Canada and the Concept of National Film Culture" Canadian Journal of Film Studies / Revue canadienne d'etudes cinematographiques 14, 2 (2005), 84-93.
What does CJFS stand for?
CJFS stands for Canadian Journal of Film Studies
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We have 2 other meanings of CJFS in our Acronym Attic
- Central Joint Fire-EMS (Emergency Medical Service) District (Ohio)
- Center for Japanese-Filipino Families (Japan)
- Columbus Jewish Film Festival (Columbus, OH)
- Canadian Journal of Family Law (biannual journal)
- Canadian Junior Football League
- Coalition Joint Forces Land Component Command
- Commander, Joint Forces Marine Component Command
- Chuck Jones Film Productions
- Canadian Journal of Forest Research
- Canadian Joint Force Somalia
- Cayman Jamaica Fibre System
- Community Joint Forming Society (Inida)
- Coordinator at Jewish Family Services (Canada)
- County Job and Family Services (Ohio)
- Combined Joint Force Special Operations Component Command (NATO)
- Continental Journal of Food Science and Technology (Nigeria)
- Combined Joint Task Force
- China Japan Feida Union Co., Ltd.
- Cahiers Jean Giraudoux (French: Jean Giraudoux Notebooks; publication)
- Centre Jean Gol (Belgian political center; Brussels, Belgium)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The periodicals Canadian Journal of Film Studies and CineAction have always included contributions on Canadian film, and one can usually find a journal somewhere in the world that will happily accept a piece on the films made in this country.
Articles, interviews, reviews and casual references to Arab films are now found in film trade magazines and journals such as Canadian Journal of Film Studies, Cinema Journal, CineAction, Cineaste, New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film, Quarterly Review of Film and Video, Screen, Sight and Sound.