Welcome to the Literature/Film Association website, your source for news of the world of film adaptation.
Who are we? The Literature/Film Association, established in 1989, encourages a wide variety of approaches to the study of cinema, with special focus on the relationship of literature and film. It supports and promotes cinema studies, largely by planning and running an annual conference of film scholars from across the country and around the globe.
LFA is run by an elected council, whose current officers are:
Marton Marko, University of Montana
Walter Metz, Southern Illinois University
Sheri Chinen Biesen, Rowan University
Tina Olsin Lent, Rochester Institute of Technology
Thomas Leitch, University of Delaware
Marit Knollmueller, University of Maryland
Noel Sloboda, Penn State York
Editor, Literature/Film Quarterly
Elsie Walker, Salisbury University
Digital Media and Technology Coordinator
Jonathan Olshefski, Rowan University
Ian Olney, York College of Pennsylvania
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.