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When is a filmnot a film?When it stops, then it becomes a still.When is a still not a still?When itmoves, then it becomes a film. The constant between the two is that both are created by imagemakers.When you start to think like this, Hungry Eyemagazine becomes an obvious conclusion. This has always been the case of course, and yet the

practitioners of these two art forms have remained separated. They were two specialised areas which rarely crossed over, but over the last few years they have begun to merge, establishing new creative possibilities and a new commercial landscape for both photographers and filmmakers. This new world has been powered by technological

development. Phones, compacts, CSCs and DSLRs now shoot film and photographs; basic editing software is cheap and easily available and memory cards can now store huge amounts of digital information. All this, combined with the growth of online and social media platforms, film and photography festivals and the lowering of production costs has led to a new democratic world where image making is available to all. However, this new landscape is not defined by equipment, it is a landscape created by it, and we will therefore not become a magazine obsessed with technical data. Today photographers and filmmakers have a vast array

Photography is truth. The cinema is truth twenty-four times per second.

Jean-Luc Godard

of creative possibilities and tools available to them to express their imaginations and tell stories, and we aim to ensure that we give you the inspiration and information you need to do exactly that. Hungry Eye is a magazine created for and by the new

community of image makers, for those beginning to explore new ways of image making as well as those who are passionate and inquisitive about the visual image. Above all, we promise to be different, to question, to be open-minded and to entertain. The HE team have hungry eyes – we know you do as well.

Grant Scott: Editor


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