NECSUS Autumn 2014_War


Editorial Necsus (PDF)

The documentary temptation: Fiction filmmakers and non-fiction forms by Adrian Martin (PDF)

Reconfiguring film studies through software cinema and procedural spectatorship by Marina Hassapopoulou (PDF)

Laughter and collective awareness: The cinema auditorium as public space by Julian Hanich (PDF)

Disputing Rossellini: Three French perspectives by James Harvey-Davitt (PDF)

Special section: War

Serious games by Harun Farocki (PDF)

The light of God: Notes on the visual economy of drones by Pasi Väliaho (PDF)

The din of gunfire: Rethinking the role of sound in World War II newsreels by Masha Shpolberg (PDF)

Photographed by the Earth: War and media in light of nuclear events by Thomas Pringle (PDF)

Kilts, tanks, and aeroplanes: Scotland, cinema, and the First World War by David Archibald & Maria Velez-Serna (PDF)

Shell shock cinema: A discussion with Anton Kaes on the First World War, cinema, and the culture of trauma by Francesco Pitassio (PDF)

Audiovisual essays:

edited by Cristina Álvarez López & Adrian Martin

Introduction to the audiovisual essay: A child of two mothers by Cristina Álvarez López & Adrian Martin (PDF)

Found found found by Dirk de Bruyn

Smells like Armageddon day – Dreamlike settings and magnified trash by Laura Lammer

Book reviews:

edited by Lavinia Brydon and Alena Strohmaier (NECS Publication Committee)

Haunted by participatory culture review review by Rainer Hillrichs (PDF)

Female celebrity and ageing in the limelight and under the microscope review by Julie Lobalzo Wright (PDF)

Film festival management and programming review by Greg de Cuir, Jr (PDF)

Cinema, postmedia, and resolutions review by Donatella Valente (PDF)

Festival reviews:

edited by Marijke de Valck and Skadi Loist (Film Festival Research Network)

Minds, bodies, and hearts: Flare London LGBT Film Festival 2014 review by Rosalind Galt & Karl Schoonover (PDF)

Progressive spaces and lines of battle: Bristol Radical Film Festival 2014 review by James Newton (PDF)

River-to-River Florence Indian Film Festival: The Italian response to Bollywood cinema review by Monia Acciari (PDF)

Exhibition reviews:

edited by Miriam De Rosa and Malin Wahlberg (NECS Publication Committee)

Appropriation / Collaboration: Christian Marclay / Harrell Fletcher & Miranda July at the University of Michigan Museum of Art review by Tung-Hui Hu (PDF)

A spiritual journey in Bill Viola’s art review by Elena Marcheschi (PDF)

‘Leviathan’: From sensory ethnography to gallery film review by Malin Wahlberg (PDF)