Exact Editions says individual readers and libraries interested in film, art and culture can now digitally subscribe to independent film journal, A Rabbit's Foot. The fully-searchable archive, dating back to the magazine’s launch in 2022, is available across web, iOS and Android devices and will grow with each new issue added.
Independently published each quarter and arranged around a theme—from French film to political cinema—A Rabbit's Foot aims to offer an intimate, confessional exploration into the visual arts. Unlike mainstream film magazines, which are defined by a cyclical trend-led nature, the stories inside the publication are timeless. Each issue contains interviews and stories from directors, actors and artists, such as Wes Anderson, Ken Loach, Nadine Labaki and Paolo Sorrentino, adjoined by essays from leading critics and archival photography from Magnum studios.
The Exact Editions’ advanced search function allows film students, artists, or industry experts to search across the whole archive or individual issues for keywords, added the company. Institutional subscription features provided by the platform provide institutions with usage reports, MARC Records and KBART data.
Film producer, entrepreneur and editor at A Rabbit's Foot, Charles Finch commented: “We’re pleased to be increasing the readership of A Rabbit's Foot by connecting the publication with a digital audience. The timeless nature of each issue’s editorial focus makes A Rabbit's Foot a valuable tool for film institutions.”
Managing director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “This is a brilliant resource for film enthusiasts, whether they’re a curious cinemagoer, student, or expert.”You can find out more about Exact Editions in our Publishing Services Directory.
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