The State of Things: Tim Shore

10.03.11
An Eye for An Eye by Valeria Fonseca An Eye for An Eye by Valeria Fonseca We talked to Tim Shore, Head of Animation at London College of Communication about ‘the state of things.’ What is animation at LCC? We have a range of animation courses but that’s just the courses with the word ‘animation’ in the title. Animation – its principles, techniques, and what people do with ...
Kiron Hussain

21.01.11
Slick Horsing, Kiron Hussain We caught up with Kiron Hussain – winner of the Animate Projects Award for Best Experimental Film at this year’s London Short Film Festival – seeking enlightenment on the inspiration behind Slick Horsing… You’re currently studying Fine Art at Newcastle – how would you describe your art practice? Have you made any other films during your time there or going by your artreview ...
David Jacques

13.01.11
North Canada - English Electric, David Jacques We talked to David Jacques, nominated for the Northern Art Prize,  about his film North Canada – English Electric. An exhibition of work by the shortlisted artists (Alec Finlay, Lubaina Himid, David Jacques and Haroon Mirza) runs at Leeds Art Gallery until 6 February 2011. The Prize is announced on 20 January. Congratulations on being nominated for Northern Art Prize – ...
Terry Flaxton

14.12.10
Tor Portraits, Terry Flaxton We talked to Terry Flaxton on the occasion of his exhibition of high resolution digital works at London’s Ambika P3 gallery. On until 19 December, 10–6, Wednesday to Sunday. Flaxton has been working as an artist and cinematographer for 25 years, and as a Senior Research Fellow in the Creative and Performing Arts at Bristol University, he has been investigating the relationship between ...
Martha Jurksaitis

17.11.10
Red Shift, Gunvor Nelson We spoke to Martha Jurksaitis, Deputy Programme Manager of the Leeds International Film Festival (LIFF) and founder of independent experimental film organisation, Cherry Kino. The Cherry Kino programme at LIFF continues this week with a selection of wonderful shorts, including Sarah Turner’s Perestroika on Friday 19th, Guvnor Nelson’s Red Shift on Saturday 20th and a Warren Sonbert retrospective on Sunday 21st. How did Cherry Kino come about? Back in 2007, inspired ...
Matt Hulse on his travels

03.11.10
We sent Edinburgh-based artist & filmmaker, Matt Hulse some questions about his wonderful feature, Follow the Master. ...
Kim Knowles

18.10.10
Point Line Plane, Simon Payne APEngine talks to Kim Knowles, about how she first got interested in the avant-garde, her Diversions project, and her programming for Edinburgh Film Festival’s Black Box. How did your film education start? My early film education was quite shocking. Those people that go, “Oh yes, my parents took me to the cinema when I was six and the first film I saw ...