Magazine from Netherlands
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1948-1952
- Issued about every 3 weeks.
- Filmfront was a Dutch magazine that started in 1933, it paused in 1941 because of the war and restarted in 1946 as Katholiek Filmfront.
- In 1948 there was a fallout between the publisher and the editors. The editors then merged with the Belgium magazine Filmstudiën.
- The new magazine was called Filmfront-Filmstudiën, with editorial staffs both in Amsterdam and Brussels. The first issue is from May 1948.
- The magazine started out biweekly, but later became monthly. The last issue is from January 1952.

Last updated:
23 February 2019
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Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson

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CONTENTS: 1949 1950 GALLERIES: 1949 1950 All

Vol 3 No 7
1 July 1950

Vol 3 No 3
1 March 1950

Issue 20
Vol 2 No 20
31 October 1949

Vol 2 No 18
30 September 1949
On the cover: Ines Orsini in Cielo sulla palude.

Issue 14
Vol 2 No 14
30 July 1949

Issue 13
Vol 2 No 13
11 July 1949

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