Why the world needs an all-blue colour revolution
FourFourFourTwo is now offering readers a look inside the world of all-coloured film making, from the dawn of cinema to today.
The magazine is available in both print and digital formats.
In this episode, we’re joined by Andrew Smith, senior lecturer in film history at the University of Newcastle, to talk about the origins of the colour revolution.
We then dive into how cinema began to change, with the emergence of colour-blocking cinemas in the 1940s and 50s.
We also explore the challenges faced by colour-impaired people and the legacy of colour blindness.
With the new film and video-streaming industry coming to a head, and the advent of colour TVs, we look at how colour-blind people are adapting and adapting to the new world.
The result is a fascinating exploration of the new frontier of cinema and colour.
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