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2012/1 - Narrative Complexity | 2012/2 - Consciousness – Dream – Film
2011/1. - Joel and Ethan Coen | 2011/2. - Contemporary South Korean Cinema | 2011/3 - Contemporary Hungarian cinema – Cultural interpretations | 2011/4 - Michael Haneke
2010/1. - Hungarian Genre Films | 2010/3. - Hollywood Renaissance | 2010/4. - Hungarian Film in the 1980s | 2010/2. - Film and Globalisation
2009/1. - The Animated Film | 2009/2 - Robert Altman | 2009/3. - Hungarian Film Canon | 2009/4. - Theory of Documentary Film
2008/1. - Space in Film | 2008/3. - The Film Musical | 2008/4. - Contemporary American Television Series
2007/2. - Self-Reflexivity in the Film | 2007/1. - Bollywood | 2007/3. - The Thriller | 2007/4. - Miklós Erdély
2006/1. - The Horror Film | 2006/4. - Metropolis 80 – 10 | 2006/2. - Lars von Trier | 2006/3. - Contemporary Iranian Film
2005/4. - Wong Kar-wai | 2005/1. - Suture Theory | 2005/3. - István Gaál
2004/3. - Film and Phenomenology | 2004/1. - Psycho-Analysises | 2004/4. - András Jeles | 2004/2. - Hungarian Documentary Film after the Fall of Communism
2003/1. - Photo and Film | 2003/2. - Science Fiction | 2003/4. - Auteur Theory | 2003/3. - István Szabó
2002/2. - Stanley Kubrick | 2002/3. - East European Film after the Fall of Communism
2001/3. - 2002/1. - Miklós Jancsó
2000/3. - Antonin Artaud and the Film | 2000/4. - Feminism and Filmtheory | 2000/2. - Orson Welles | 2000/1. - Hungarian Cinematographers
1999/Fall I. - Genre-theory | 1999/Summer - Péter Forgács | 1999/Winter - Jean-Luc Godard | 1999/Fall II. - Károly Makk
1998/Winter - 1999/Spring II. - Atom Egoyan | 1998/Winter - 1999/Spring I. - Cognitive Film Theory