Post Script: Essays in the Humanities is an interdisciplinary journal published continuously since 1981. It publishes three issues annually: Spring, Summer, and Fall.

See the archives for past publications, including Post Script's Annual Film Studies Bibliographies, articles, interviews, special topics issues, and forums.

Some topics contained in Post Script include:

  • film as language and literature

  • acting

  • film music

  • film as visual art (painting, cinematic style, set design, costuming)

  • film and photography

  • film history

  • aesthetics

  • the response of film and the humanities to technology

  • interdisciplinary studies in theme and genre

  • film and American Studies

  • documentary production and ethics

  • reappraisals of seminal essays

  • book reviews and interviews

Signed articles represent the views of their authors.  POST SCRIPT, Inc., its editors and editorial board, and institutional co-sponsors do not take responsibility for statements, either fact or opinion, made by contributors.

  Updated September 2019