Dear Film Studies For Free Readers,
One of FSFF's most popular and most useful blog entries last year was its December 20 roundup: FSFF's Favourite Online Film Studies Resources in 2011.
It will repeat this endeavour this year. But FSFF will make things much more interesting, hopefully, by inviting readers' suggestions, and trying to reflect the views gathered in the results.
Below are last year's categories. Please feel free to respond to these headers or suggest new ones (FSFF will itself inaugurate some videographical/multimedia film studies categories, for example).
You can leave suggestions in the comments below, tweet them to @filmstudiesff, leave them at the Film Studies For Free Facebook page, or send your nominees to FSFF by email. Please feel free to self-nominate!
Let the crowdsourcing begin!!
Lots of love from
Film Studies For Free xx
- Top film and moving image studies history resources online in 2012
- Top Film Studies bloggers
- Best new Film Studies blog/website
- Best Media Studies approaches to film and moving image studies' blog/website
- Most consistently original, Film and Moving Image Studies writer active online
- Best Film Studies informed, commercial film criticism website
- Best new online film journal in 2012
- Best recently established online academic Film Studies journal
- Best established online Film Studies journals
- Most generous, Open Access Film Studies author
- Best online cinephile news and criticism site
- Best cinephile salon site
- Best multimedia/multiplatform/multichannel-style film and moving image studies websites
- Most impactful online Film Studies work in 2012
- Best Film Studies academic links on Twitter
- Best non-academic, film studies-informed, online film critics
- Ten favourite FSFF blogposts (and blogpost clusters) in 2012
- FSFF's most read post in 2012
- Most popular resource at FSFF
- Best search engine for Open Access Film Studies