The seventh issue of Comparative Cinema, to be published in December 2015, will focus on the comparative analysis of television-related ideas and projects by different filmmakers, starting from Rossellini’s seminal work for television as a critical and pedagogical tool. In the following years, a number of key modern filmmakers –Renoir, Godard, Bergman, Fassbinder– developed films or series for TV, exploring the new possibilities of the medium, its uses and relations with audiences, while expanding the use of dramatic structures through duration and seriality. In the United States, since the 50’s, television became a research lab for directors like Hitchcock, as well as a critical space for maturing and testing ideas. The issue also asks for contributions on long-term projects as the oeuvre of Kluge, or lesser-known specific cases such as the TV works of Zulueta or Warhol, in addition to papers focusing on contemporary series, from the already canonical works of Lynch, Kieslowski or Von Trier, to more recent endeavors by Raoul Ruiz or Steven Soderbergh. The overall purpose of this issue is to study the conceptual and practical contributions of different filmmakers to TV as a medium, with its similarities and possible differences in relation to cinema, always focusing on specific cases.