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  1. 1. Kine Weekly was a UK based magazine which was developed in 1889. The magazine used to be called Optical Magic Lanter & Photographic Enlarger when in 1907 changed names to Kine Weekly. The magazine contained trade news, advertisements, exhibition advice and reviews. The magazine was owned Odhams and the magazine stopped publishing in 1971. Research: http://www.moviemags.com/main.php?title=KINE%20WEEKLY Trade 2 Today’s Cinema: Today’s Cinema magazine was US owned. They were rival to Kine Weekly when they started in 1957, when they were originally named Daily Cinema. The magazine was aimed at people who worked in the film industry, the magazine was not a consumer magazine. UNIT 01 How Genres Have Developed - Film Magazines
  2. 2. Trade 3 Screen International was developed in 1975 and is still current in print as well as its website, screendaily.com which was added in 2001. This magazine was Todays Cinema magazine and Kine weekly combined into one magazine. The magazine is published by EMAP and B2B (Business 2 Business) Media company. This magazine was the first Uk magazine that expanded globally. The magazine is aimed at those involved in global movie business. http://www.screendaily.com/ Fan/Consumer Magazines Motion Picture Story Magazine was founded by Vitagraph published from 1911 to 1977. The magazine was around when the “Silent Era” of film was created where it contained news and reviews around the films. The magazine ran the entire plots of the fils in the magazine which helped the audience not to miss out. The magazine was developed to be a star magazine focusing on the story lines. UNIT 01 How Genres Have Developed - Film Magazines
  3. 3. PictureGoer Magazine was published in the UK in 1931. The magazine was the first serious magazine focusing on the glamour of the industry and films. The magazine was aimed specifically at the female audience. In the 1950s when TV was developed, the magazine changed its content to more TV based entertainment. The magazine eventually merged with a pop music magazine Disc Date. The last issue of Picturegoer was published in 1960. Refrenes: http://www.picturegoer.net/ UNIT 01 How Genres Have Developed - Film Magazines
  4. 4. Intellectual is a monthly film listing giving information on release dates, times and places for new films. The magazine was first published in 1934 and stopped in 1991. The magazine was mainly aimed at cinema owners. Sight & sound Magazine: Sight & sound is published by the BFI (British Film Institute) in 1932 The magazine features dry content and is much more serious compared to other magazines. The content features full synopsis of films as well as their full credits. The magazine merged with another BFI publication, MFB (The Monthly Film Bulletin) References: http://www.bfi.org.uk/news-opinion/sight-sound-magazine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHZizYlZ_os UNIT 01 How Genres Have Developed - Film Magazines
  5. 5. Little White Lies: Little White Lies magazine is a bi monthly UK based independent magazine which features writing, illustrations and photography related to cinema. The first issue was created firstly by a student named Danny Miller who is now Co Founder, for a student project in 2001. The first issue was released in 2005. The magazine is published by a London based creative agency, The Church of London. The magazine is very much design led with each page features lots of visually interesting illustrations and photos relating to the film. References: http://www.littlewhitelies.co.uk/the-magazine/ http://www.tcolondon.com/ UNIT 01 How Genres Have Developed - Film Magazines
  6. 6. Sub Genres - Fan Culture Fangoria magazine is an internationally distributed US film magazine which specializes is the horror genre, The first issue was released in 1978. The magazine became a huge success in the 1980s due to the introduction of the home video marketing and video nasties. The magazine expanded its brand to film festivals, film productions and radio. References: http://www.fangoria.com/new/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yWh28c6lujI Supernatural Magazine is an independent UK based magazine developed in Devon. The magazine was created to tap into the success of Hammer Horror with the magazine articles featuring coverage of monster themes and creative practitioners. The magazine talks about the making of films. UNIT 01 How Genres Have Developed - Film Magazines
  7. 7. SFX Magazine: SFX Magazine is a British Magazine which was founded in 1995. The magazine is published every four weeks and covers topics in the genres of popular science fiction, fantasy and horror within films, television, video games and comics and literature. References: http://www.sfx.co.uk/category/magazine/ The Film Program: The Film Program is a British film review Tv show Broadcasted weekly on BBC one. The show was firstly presented by barry Norman from 1972 until 1998 Then Jonathan Ross took over in 1998 until 2011 where Claudia Winkleman took over and is still presenting. The show is set in a studio and the content features reviews and interviews. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pyxh0 UNIT 01 How Genres Have Developed - Film Magazines
  8. 8. Kermode and Mayo’s film review is a radio programming broadcast on BBC Radio 5 live. The show interviews actors and introduces various topics and comments from listeners through Twitter called Wittertainment. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00lvdrj UNIT 01 How Genres Have Developed - Film Magazines