Editorial NECSUS

From mass psychology to media studies: Interview with Jaap van Ginneken on his Kurt Baschwitz biography by Geert Lovink

Interactive media and imperial subjects: Excavating the cinematic shooting gallery by Michael Cowan

The uncanny mediality of the photographic GIF by Arild Fetveit

Cinema, meteorology, and the erotics of weather by Emil Leth Meilvang

Special section: #Resolution

edited by Antonio Somaini and Francesco Casetti 

Resolution: Digital materialities, thresholds of visibility by Francesco Casetti and Antonio Somaini

The resolution of sound: Understanding retro game audio beyond the ‘8-bit’ horizon by Nikita Braguinski

The instability of the digital archive: How to deal with pixels by hand by Jonathan Larcher and Leyokki

From grain to pixel? Notes on the technical dialectics in the small gauge film archive by Diego Cavallotti

To double or diffuse: Art and the mobility of images, ca. 2005 by Susanne Østby Saether

Beyond human vision: Towards an archaeology of infrared images by Federico Pierotti and Alessandra Ronetti

Breaking Bollywood: Moving pictures on mobile screens by Kuhu Tanvir

How machines see the world: Understanding image annotation by Carloalberto Treccani

Festival reviews:

edited by Marijke de Valck and Skadi Loist

Mobile cinema as an archive in motion: A Wall is a Screen and urban memories by Dagmar Brunow

We need to talk about Indian Panorama: A report from the International Film Festival of India 2017 by Ratheesh Radhakrishnan

20 Years of Ícaro spreading its wings: Ícaro International Film Festival by Jasper Vanhaelemeesch

Exhibition reviews:

edited by Miriam de Rosa and Leo Goldsmith

Sergei Eisenstein: The Anthropology of Rhythm, a conversation with curators Marie Rebecchi and Elena Vogman by Alma Mileto

Engaging new audiences with old and new experimental film: The E*Cinema Academy film series at EYE Filmmuseum by Anna Dabrowska

We have never been (post)modern: Photography’s late encounters with film by Katarzyna Ruchel-Stockmans

Book reviews:

edited by Lavinia Brydon and Victoria Pastor-González

Inhuman Networks / Controversies in Digital Ethics by Jack Booth 

TV Socialism / Broadcasting Modernity by William Russell

First Comes Love / Presumed Intimacy by Fiona Handyside

Audiovisual essays:

edited by Miklós Kiss

Videographic scene analyses, part 1 by Miklós Kiss

Do It for Van Gogh by Liz Greene 

The Strange Streets of a Strange City: The Ambersons Montage by Patrick Keating 

Variations on a Scene by Davide Rapp

Playtime – How to Make a [Critical] Joke by Miklós Kiss