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CONTENTS ISSUE 1


Page 3:Welcome Hungry Eye Editor Grant Scott outlines why this magazine exists and his hopes for the future of image making.


Page 9: 140 Characters Eleanor O’Kane speaks with Twitter friend and photographer Chris Floyd about his latest multi-platform project.


Page 22:Te Dench Diary Award winning photo journalist Peter Dench comes to Hungry Eye with his ‘Diary of a SometimeWorking Pro’.


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Page 36: Reflections on TerenceMalick Writer and film director Richard Jobson looks back at the career of the iconic film director TerenceMalick and at his most recent controversial masterpiece Tree of Life.


Page 39: Frontline Richard Parry was a leading member of the Frontline news agency and has spent nearly 20 years filming in combat zones. Eleanor O’Kane speaks to him about his career, the current state of filmmaking and his move into story-led films.


Page 46:Te Personal Project SocialMedia Editor Eleanor O’Kane speaks to New York based image maker Jacob Krupnik about how to make crowd funding work for you.


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ISSUE ONE: STEVE PYKE, SEAMUSMCGARVEY, PETER DENCH, BRUCE DAVIDSON,


Page 68:Te Director of Photography SeamusMcGarvey is one of the world’s leading DOPs with a love for both the still and moving image. Richard Jobson spoke with him about the current landscape of filmmaking.


STORYBOARDING, THE SOCIALMEDIA PROJECT & GUERILLA FILMMAKING DISCUSSED Cover image: Sheryl Nields


Page 74: Stillness Photographer Steve Pyke has spent his long career remaining pure to his personal photographic aesthetic. Hungry Eye Editor Grant Scott speaks to Steve about the stillness in his work and how he has extended this stillness into the moving image.


Page 56: Storyboarding Chris Buchinsky is based in Los Angeles and is one of the world’s leading storyboard artists. US Editor Sean Samuels caught up with him to find out how a drawing can save a film.


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