Monday, February 27, 2012

Hungry Eye


Issue 4

We talk with film director Andrea Arnold about her career and the making of her recent ‘Wuthering Heights’, award winning actor John Hurt about the importance of acting in short films and Montana based photographer Kurt Markus about the importance of documenting the landscape and people that surround you.

We also look back at the golden age of cine filmmaking, look forward to the future of filmmaking with the Riot Cinema Collective and find out how the cool aesthetic of the television drama series ‘Wallander’ was created.

Documentary photographer and filmmaker Ross McDonnell tells us about his desire to tell stories with the moving and still image, whilst photographer and filmmaker Richard Dunkley explains why his latest film focuses on the art of traditional black and white printmaking. Whilst Hungry Eye Technical Editor explains how to choose the right camera to shoot and deliver moving image whatever the context it is to be seen in.

All of this plus a look at recent books published featuring the work of legendary photographers Diane Arbus, Patrick Litchfield, Bert Stern and Lamsweerde Matadin, as well as the graphic icon of cinema titles Saul Bass.

And last but not least we catch up on the life of a sometime working pro with the award winning photo journalist Peter Dench and the Dench Diaries.

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