Digitized issues of Ciné-Tracts: A Journal of Film, Communication, Culture and Politics. Ciné-Tracts was founded in 1977 and edited by Ron Burnett until it ceased publication in late 1982. During that time, the journal published seventeen issues (1,247 pages). Ciné-Tracts helped to solidify the growing Film/Cultural Studies area by working an interdisciplinary orientation. A variety of people worked for the Journal and contributed to it. These include, Martin Walsh, Teresa de Lauretis, Stephen Heath, Raymond Williams, John Berger, Hart Cohen, Peter Harcourt, Zuzana Pick, Martha Burnett, Saul Landau, Bruce Elder, Peter Ohlin, Patricia Mellencamp and David Bordwell. Ciné-Tracts had over two thousand subscribers and Indiana University Press published a selection of essays from the journal in 1991, under the title, Explorations in Film Theory.