Features:

Editorial Necsus (PDF)

In search of ‘Sauve la vie (qui peut)’ by Michael Witt (PDF)

Oppositional banality: Watching ordinary Muslims in ‘Little Mosque on the Prairie’ by Jenifer Chao (PDF)

Dancing in the sun: The musical as touristic hook in ‘Honeymoon’ by Lidia Merás and Sarah Wright (PDF)

Feminist film studies 40 years after ‘Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema’, a triologue by Laura Mulvey, Anna Backman Rogers, and Annie van den Oever (PDF)

Audiovisual essays:

edited by Cristina Álvarez López and Adrian Martin

The audiovisual essay as art practice by Cristina Álvarez López and Adrian Martin (PDF)

Carnal Locomotive by Catherine Grant (PDF)

Club Video by Philip Brophy (PDF)

Special section: Animals

guest edited by Barbara Creed and Maarten Reesink

Animals, images, anthropocentrism by Barbara Creed and Maarten Reesink (PDF)

Why not look at animals? by Anat Pick (PDF)

When Lulu met the Centaur: Photographic traces of creaturely love by Dominic Pettman (PDF)

Tasmanian tigers and polar bears: The documentary moving image and (species) loss by Belinda Smaill (PDF)

Cinematic slowness, political paralysis?: Animal life in ‘Bovines’, with Deleuze and Guattari by Laura McMahon (PDF)

Horseplay: Equine performance and creaturely acts in cinema by Stella Hockenhull (PDF)

Cows, clicks, ciphers, and satire by Tom Tyler (PDF)

Book reviews:

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

Television studies reloaded: From history to text review by Massimo Scaglioni (PDF)

The documentary film book review by Malin Wahlberg (PDF)

Storytelling in the media convergence age: Exploring screen narratives review by Emre Caglayan (PDF)

Education in the school of dreams: Travelogues and early nonfiction film review by Adam Ludford Freeman (PDF)

Festival reviews:

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

Dossier: International Film Festival Rotterdam 2015 edited by Marijke de Valck (PDF)

Dispatches from the dark: A conversation with Neil Young at the 2015 International Film Festival Rotterdam by Daniel Steinhart (PDF)

Hollywood legacies and Russian laughter: Le Giornate del Cinema Muto / Pordenone Silent Film Festival 2014 review by Gert Jan Harkema (PDF)

We can haz film fest!: Internet Cat Video Festival goes viral review by Diane Burgess (PDF)

Exhibition reviews:

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

Too much world: A Hito Steyerl retrospective review by Paula Albuquerque (PDF)

McMansion of media excess: Ryan Trecartin’s and Lizzie Fitch’s SITE VISIT review by Lisa Åkervall (PDF)

Reaching out!: Activating space in the art of Olafur Eliasson review by Olivia Eriksson (PDF)

David Reeb: Traces of Things to Come review by Leshu Torchin (PDF)