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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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Media & Technology BY Joanne Wardrobe

Small screens, big issues.

As I sit down to write this article, I am sat with my laptop open. My phone between the keyboard streaming the final episode of Outlander on Amazon...

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 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...

Issues & debates BY Sam Corner

Written and Directed by the Studio

The fight for creative control between the filmmaker and the studio in charge is becoming a more urgent subject to discuss within the film industry. From the multiple...

Media & Technology BY Molly Jackson

The Netflix Revolution: How a quirky...

Twenty years ago, Netflix was merely just a DVD rental by mail service. A crucial rival to Blockbuster, once everyone’s favourite video rental store that sadly came to...

Arts BY Hannah Titman

Amsterdam Arichtecture and Street Art.

For my Neutral article this year, I have chosen to write about the city of Amsterdam that I visited on the annual Media Geographies trip in the form...

Film Reviews BY Philippa Dotters

A colourful, honest tale about pover...

Childhood innocence and wonder takes the front stage of Sean Baker’s story that homes in on the hidden homeless population of Florida, just a stone’s throw away from...

Film Reviews BY Aidan Dolby

99 Homes Review

Andrew Garfield stars in Ramin Bahrani’s gripping drama of greed and foreclosures in post-economic crisis Florida of 2010. Typically, Hollywood glorifies the American dream. Not in this film....