Max Hattler

23.11.09
Max Hattler APEngine talks to Max Hattler, director of Collision and Aanaatt, and master of the live re-mix. How did you come to start making films? I came across film really in a very random way. As a kid I was always drawing and painting. My dad’s a musician – he’s a bit famous in Germany – and I had this musical thing but never wanted to go ...
Simon Baumann on Alex Is still Alive

14.09.09
Alex is still Alive, Simon Baumann Simon Baumann tells us about his film Alex is still Alive, made at London College of Communication, in response to A Clockwork Orange and The Stanley Kubrick Archives. What was the brief for the project? It was an elective on my course at LCC, to explore the Stanley Kubrick archive, and examine the archive’s materials to develop a concept that showed an ...
Emma Seach on Overlook

08.09.09
Overlook, inspired by The Stanley Kubrick Archives at the University of the Arts London APEngine spoke to Emma Seach about Overlook, the 3 Minute Wonder that she directed, that took its inspiration from The Stanley Kubrick Archives. What was the brief of the project? We were asked to go through The Stanley Kubrick Archives and find material that interested us, to make an animated film for Channel 4’s ...
Greet Kallikorm on SKA-63

01.09.09
SKA-63, image courtesy of Greet Kallikorm APEngine spoke to Greet Kallikorm about SKA-63, the 3 Minute Wonder that she co-directed, that took its inspiration from The Stanley Kubrick Archives. How did you set about exploring the Kubrick Archive? The brief was to make a 3 Minute Wonder film for Channel 4, as part of a Kubrick season, and to accompany a documentary. We were asked to work ...