- Four in the morning, crapped out, yawning. - Royal College of Art graduation film by Christine Hooper. christinehooper.com/On-Loop twitter.com/@christinehooper Starring the vocal talents of www.susancalman.com (BBC Have I Got News For You, QI, Channel 4 Fresh Meat). Woman At Door: Jayne Edwards Sound Design: Tom Lock Griffiths Written by: Christine Hooper and Victoria Manifold Additional Animation: Jen Cardno, Ana Stefaniak and Alice Dunseath+ More details
A film made in my first year at the Royal College of Art. To escape from the realities of bereavement, two friends travel across Yorkshire to look for David Hockney. Grief heightens their senses and their need for adventure. Music: Tom Rosenthal (http://www.tomrosenthal.co.uk) Voices: Me, Lucy Sanderson, Marcus Armitage and Leonard Armitage. Screenings: Royal College of Art, London, UK. 2013 UQAM, Montreal, Canada. 2013 Concordia, Montreal, Canada. 2013 Berlinale Short Film Cloud. 2014 Conclave, London, UK. 2014 Aspen ShortsFest, Colorado, USA. 2014 Strawberry Shorts, Cambridge, UK. 2014 Norwich Film Festival, Norwich, UK. 2014 Kino Film, Manchester, UK. 2014 File Festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 2014 Leeds International Film Festival, UK. 2014 Cambridge Cinema Shorts, Cambridge, UK. 2014 LISFE, Leiden, Netherlands. 2015 Leeds Film Festival, Leeds, UK. 2015 Awards: Kino Film - Honourable mention Vimeo Staff Pick+ More details
Coming in October 2012 from Princeton Architectural Press: INSTANT: THE STORY OF POLAROID by Christopher Bonanos For more information: http://www.papress.com/html/book.details.page.tpl?isbn=9781616890858 Publicity contact: Diane Levinson / email@example.com “When I was little, long before personal computers, let alone Instagram-enabled digital camera-phones, Arthur C. Clarke wrote that advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. By far the most uncanny, sexy, insanely great piece of technological magic in our household was my parents’ Polaroid. Chris Bonanos’ smart, thoughtful, charming chronicle of that iconic invention and its remarkable inventor is a delight.” —Kurt Andersen, author of True Believers and Heyday, host of public radio’s Studio 360 “Edwin Land was one of Steve Jobs’s first heroes, and this book shows why. He created a startup in a garage that grew into a company that stood at the intersection of creativity and technology. This is a fascinating saga, both inspiring and cautionary, about innovation and visionary leadership.” —Walter Isaacson, author of Steve Jobs “Pictures in a minute!” In the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s, Polaroid was the coolest technology company on earth, an innovation machine that cranked out one must-have product after another. Led by its visionary genius founder, Edwin Land, Polaroid grew from a 1937 garage startup into a billion-dollar pop-culture phenomenon. It’s no wonder Steve Jobs considered Land a personal hero and modeled Apple after Polaroid. INSTANT: THE STORY OF POLAROID, a richly illustrated, behind-the-scenes look at the company, tells the remarkable tale of Land’s extraordinary and beloved invention. From the introduction of Polaroid’s first instant camera in 1948, to its meteoric rise in popularity and adoption by artists such as Ansel Adams, Andy Warhol, and Chuck Close, to the company’s dramatic collapse into bankruptcy in the 2000s, Instant is both an inspiring story of American ingenuity and a cautionary tale about companies that lose their creative edge.+ More details
Passing Breeze, out now 3rd side records, Le Podium #2 + check the remixes by Yan Wagner, Ben Butler & Mouse Pad, M.De Graff (Mahjongg/lazer Crystal), Pyramids of Mu, Doctrine, FuDD & Simdiese6 (O Superman), Phil Wave. http://splashwave.bandcamp.com Edited by Phil Wave ---------------------- Crew : Simon, Thomas, Mabrouk, Cyril, Holden The Girl : Camille much love to David Hockney & Geoff Murphy Song by Splash Wave / Vocals by Anna Jean+ More details
In this video David Hockney meditates on the concept of vision, on photography, Photoshop and why contemporary magazine images are so dull. David Hockney was invited to the launch of Photoshop in Silicon Valley because of his interest in photography. Photoshop has made a lot of magazines look similar and more and more boring, he says. There is more owlness in Picasso's owl than in a stuffed owl because it is an account of a human being looking on an owl. Interviewed by Christian Lund, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2011. Filmed by Martin Kogi Produced by Martin Kogi and Christian Lund, 2012. Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. Meet more artists at http://channel.louisiana.dk Louisiana Channel is a non-profit video channel for the Internet launched by the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in November 2012. Each week Louisiana Channel will publish videos about and with artists in visual art, literature, architecture, design etc. Read more: http://channel.louisiana.dk/about Supported by Nordea-fonden.+ More details
the louisiana museum in copenhagen exhibits hundreds of digital paintings that the british artist created using the 'brushes' application for iPhone and iPad. for full article coverage, see www.designboom.com. we apologize for the camera shake in the video.+ More details
“I’ve never done any teaching,” says David Hockney, Britain’s most famous living artist. He agreed to be a mentor in the hope he would not only teach, but also learn. Traveling and painting with his protégé, Germany’s Matthias Weischer, Hockney says, “I’ve got a new friend, a young painter. A good teacher learns from pupils.”+ More details
Founded in 1934 by John Christie and his opera singer wife, Audrey Mildmay, Glyndebourne is committed to presenting opera of the highest quality, commissioning new work, developing new talent and reaching new audiences. Crucially, Glyndebourne has remained financially independent since 1934. Although it receives valued Arts Council support for the Tour and some educational work, the Festival receives no public subsidy. Glyndebourne is a registered charity, funded by box office income, its members and supporters. The Glyndebourne Festival presents six productions each year in a 1,200-seat opera house built in 1994. Glyndebourne on Tour, founded in 1968, takes three productions around the UK each autumn. Together, Festival and Tour present about 120 performances a year to an audience of around 150,000. Glyndebourne's widely respected Education programme, established in 1986, hosts over 230 community and outreach events a year. And Glyndebourne has pioneered using recordings to bring its work to a worldwide audience through broadcasts, cinema screenings, DVDs and internet streaming.+ More details
Inspired by The Third Love (1960) by David Hockney >> the illegality of homosexuality in Britain in the 50s and 60s writer & director: Billy Boyd Cape producer: Nicholas White 1st ad: Matthew Lloyd Hodgkin dop: Evan Burris Trout production design: Raffi Willow Bates editor: Jonah Sealey Beaverman music composer: Jack Dale sound editor: Claudio Santos rebel: Elliott Felton crusier: Callum Thomas cam op: Amy Alicea focus: Dan Garden clapper loader: Molly Manning Walker gaffer: Peter Riches best boy: Henry Howe spark: Adam Davies grip: Mark Stewart sound mix: Pietro Novello boom: Hal Smith costume design: Hannah Rutter costume assist: Steph Navarro make-up: Jack Streeton colourist: Will Coker @ Encore Post Super 16mm 500T/7219 Vision 3 shot on the Arriflex SRIII edited in Avid graded in Resolve © Arts University Bournemouth 2014+ More details
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