Painting with L I G H T

16.11.10
Photographs of Jesus, Laurie Hill, image courtesy of Getty Images Date: 20 November, 2-4pm | Location: Cafe Gallery Projects, London APEngine recommends an illuminating screening event happening this Saturday at Cafe Gallery Projects. The programme, selected by Jane Colling,comprises of a wealth of awe inspiring experimental and animated short films by some of our favourite filmmakers, including Tal Rosner, Ruth Lingford, Laurie Hill, Tony Donohue, Joe King ...
London Short Film Festival Lineup announced

16.12.09
Ben Rivers, I Know Where I'm Going Dates: 8-17 January 2010 | Location: London The programme for the 7th London Short Film Festival has been revealed. It’s a packed lineup; screenings, events and workshops will be taking place at venues across the city, and works by some of APEngine’s favourite contemporary filmmakers – including Max Hattler, Tal Rosner, Kayla Parker and Stuart Moore, Sarah Cox, Laurie Hill ...
Holland Animation Film Festival 2009: Official selection

27.09.09
The Black Dog's Progress, Stephen Irwin The official selection of the competitions of the Holland Animation Film Festival 2009, which runs from 4-8 November, is now online. Gerben Schermer and Erik van Drunen selected the films for the competition shorts, the competition commissioned films and the competition student films from the Netherlands and Belgium. The competition commissioned films include Aannaatt by Max Hattler, Gaëlle Denis and SSSR’s ...
Laurie Hill

15.09.09
Laurie Hill APEngine spoke with Laurie Hill about his moving image work, including his award-winning film Photograph of Jesus, which explores the archive of Getty Images. Laurie Hill is a London-based artist. He studied Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, and Animation at the Royal College of Art, London. Laurie was selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries in 2007. In 2008, he was a Finalist ...
Photograph of Jesus by Laurie Hill

15.09.09
Photograph of Jesus, image courtesy of Getty Images Photograph of Jesus is Laurie Hill’s response to a challenge set by Getty Images, who invited filmmakers to create a piece utilising images from their Hulton Archive. Rather than set a rigid brief, the challenge offered key words and phrases as prompters to guide the filmmakers’ creativity. Examples of these prompters included ‘discover our past,’ ‘images that shape ...