Dialectical Modes of Nature in Terrence Malick’s ‘The Thin Red Line’

by Tyson Wils Introduction In Alfred Schmidt’s The Concept of Nature in Marx it is argued that dialectical materialism introduced a ‘completely new understanding of man’s [sic] relatio... Read more →

Her green materials: Mourning, ‘Melancholia’, and not-so-vital materialisms

by Catherine Lord Introduction: Slow greens, impending greys ‘I’m trudging through a grey woolly yarn. It’s clinging to my legs. It’s really heavy to drag along’, says Justine (Kir... Read more →

Greenface: Exploring green skin in contemporary Hollywood cinema

by Brady Hammond In the natural world human skin color has a limited range of pigments varying from dark brown to light pink. Still, even this small spectrum has been enough to fuel countles... Read more →

Disharmonious designs: Colour contrast and curiosity in Jane Campion’s ‘In the Cut’

by Liz Watkins An analysis of colour in Jane Campion’s In the Cut (2003) finds that the juxtaposition of red with its complementary colour green maps the visual connections and intercommun... Read more →

Painting the town green: From urban teleology to urban ecology in New York cinema, 1960-present

by Brady Fletcher & Cortland Rankin New York City is perhaps the most iconic manifestation of urbanity in the 20th century. While the Manhattan skyline dominates the New York imaginary A... Read more →

Greening media studies: An interview with Richard Maxwell and Toby Miller

by Jaap Kooijman Not often does reading an academic book make you feel uncomfortable, pushing you out of your comfort zone as a scholar and consumer. Greening the Media (New York: Oxford Uni... Read more →

Editorial Necsus

‘Lively, radiant, lush…’ This is how colour authority Pantone Inc. describes emerald green (Pantone code 17-5641), the colour of the year for 2013. Welcome to NECSUS #3_Spring 2013 wit... Read more →

Greening the Screen @ BAFTA

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is organising a panel called ‘Greening the Screen’ on sustainable futures for film, tv, and games. The panel takes place on 12 Nov... Read more →