The British Association for Film, Television and Screen Studies (BAFTSS) wishes to recognise the research achievements of its members through the BAFTSS Annual Awards. All BAFTSS members are eligible to submit work in the following categories (all submissions must be in the English language and must be on a topic in the field of film, television, and screen studies):
- Best Monograph (a single-authored book, published during the calendar year 2012)
- Best Article in a Refereed Journal (published during the calendar year 2012)
- Best Postgraduate Student Essay (BAFTTS Student members enrolled during the 2012 calendar year period on postgraduate degree courses in Film, Television or Screen Studies at a British University). Submissions in this category should be between 4,000 and 6,000 words, including footnotes and bibliography. Essays must not have been previously published, but should be of a standard that they could be submitted in their present form to a peer-reviewed journal. They can include work that has been submitted fully or in parts as an assessed degree requirement (coursework, dissertation chapter etc.). Essays written specifically for the competition are also eligible.
- Best Practice (submitted via DVD or link to website)
BAFTSS Prize Panels
Please send submissions by 1 December 2013 to:
BAFTSS Prize submission
Professor Phil Powrie
The Elizabeth Fry Building
University of Surrey
The four categories are: books (either hard copy or electronic); articles (electronic only); PG student essays (electronic only); practice (DVD or link to website). Winners will be contacted prior to the BAFTSS conference (24-26 April 2014, London: http://www.baftss.org/category/conference/).