Special issue: 'Current trends in remaking European screen cultures'


We are proud to announce that the special issue titled 'Current trends in remaking European screen cultures', guest-edited by CIMS members Eduard Cuelenaere, Stijn Joye, and Gertjan Willems, is now published with Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research.  The special issue originates from the symposium ‘Remaking European Cinema: A symposium on the theory and practice of the film remake in a European context’, which was organized at Ghent University on 1 June 2018. The aim of the special issue is to bring together scholars with expertise in the currently vibrant field of remake studies and discuss the dynamics and particularities of remake practices in a European context. The issue itself includes 5 original articles by some of the leading scholars in remakes studies and more broadly in adaptation studies (Thomas Leitch, Kathleen Loock, Sara F. Hall, Miguel Fernández Labayen, Ana Martín Morán, and one contribution by the three guest-editors), as well as two book reviews and an editorial.


Editorial Special Issue EUR remakes