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'NEUTRAL'

I define the Neutral as that which outplays the paradigm, or rather I call Neutral everything that baffles paradigm.

Roland Barthes (1915-1980)

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Fiction BY Tash J Curry

Fate’s Game

“I want people to tell their children terrifying stories about the things we did for love.” – unknown This story your about to read is somewhat true; some, however,...

Fiction BY Catherine Giggal

Rome around the Italian Capital with...

My piece consists of three, short, illustrative diary entries about a girl called Jane, who plans to travel the world and visit every European capital city before she...

Media & Technology BY Mollie Field

In our age of ‘data’, the importance...

At a time when data is thought to be the new oil, could the use of data for journalism be a protector of democratic wealth? Mollie Field explores...

Fiction BY Claire Jones

Fiction of Prediction?

1984. Freedom did not exist. Equality was scarce. Integrity was at a standstill. No, I am not referring to George Orwell’s famous novel. This was reality. Or should...

Film Reviews BY Adam Maxwell

Fight Club: The Anti-Hollywood Holly...

Fight Club is a rare breed of filmmaking. It is without a doubt a Hollywood film. With an award winning Hollywood director, an award winning cast, and an...

Arts BY Martin Hall

Miles, Malle and That Movie: Ascense...

It was sixty years ago today. Well not ‘today’, but in January of 1958 Louis Malle released a film scored by Miles Davis. Miles Davis was a superlative...

Arts BY Ollie Jackson

The New Hollywood: How the Asian Fil...

Hollywood, is the most significant film industry in the world, grossing $10 Billion annually. Alongside the $200 million budget movies, big stars, and numerous prestigious events, how can...

Film Reviews BY Lauren Curry

Whoever thought searching crypts and...

Many times, I have personally been left in dismay at the failings of a franchise, the cinematic 2016 release of Assassin’s Creed, is most prominent in my mind....