4 of Film and Video for Kat/'3 Story. which has been screened at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Currently filmmaker in reSidence at the EVA centre (a three year post). Hardie is working on a film for which she won a Creative Scotland award. A Beginner's Gurde To Dying. It will involve filming With psychotherapists in America later this year.
Influences Agnes Varda. in partiCuIar her dOCumentary Les Glaneurs et la Glaneuse
See Kat/’3 Story
Where For info call Hardie on 0131 477 4529
CRISPEN HAYES, DOCUMENTARY MAKER Background Hayes comes from a photography background. Eighteen months ago he moved to Edinburgh from lnverness to get more involved with filmmaking at the EVA. There. he dabbled with videos and Super 8 films before making Animatan Rap/och with Glenda Rome. It's a documentary for Stirling Council following kids making an animation film at school. and opened Scottish Screen's film and education exhibition at Dundee Contemporary Arts. Hayes is now developing a film about urban agriculture in Edinburgh.
Influences ‘I wanted to tell stories. observe situations'
See Ani‘mati'ng Rap/och
Where Entering it for competitions. possibly Edinburgh Television
Background Hobbs studied at Chelsea College Of Art. then illustration at ECA and electronic imagining at Duncan Of Jordanstone. Dundee. Her decision to refer to herself as a visual artist rather than an animator is reflected in the unusual technique employed in her most recent films — The Last Regret Of The Grim Reaper and The Emperor — which Hobbs calls ‘wet watercolour‘. Her first two films. Glenda and Over EXCIted. are fuzzy felt animations. while her third. The Conductor. uses the stop-frame technique. Hobbs' first four films have all been screened at the EIFF. Influences History. literature. nature/bird watching. experimental animators including Norman McLaren and Georges Melies
See The Emperor
Where Channel 4. September
MATT HULSE, DIRECTOR/ARTIST Background A fine an graduate with
20 THE LIST 26 Apr—10 May 2001
Steven Morrison’s The Frog
Elizabeth Hobbs’ first two films are fuzzy felt animations.
Cinematographer Ian Dodd’s still photography
an electronic imaging diploma from Duncan Of Jordanstone. Hulse came to filmmaking via photography. performance and mUSIC. Over fifteen years he's been involved in various projects — shorts. animations. installations. record releases — including EIFF Fox Searchlight Scottish BAFTA New talent award Winner Wee Three. Come On Let's Go (a pop promo for Warp Records' band Broadcast). and Channel 4 Animate! shon Hotel Central. Hulse is currently USIDg a Creative Scotland award to develop a feature based on Aberdeenshire adventurer James Duthie's memOir l Cyc/ed Into The Arctic Circle.
Inﬂuences Animators Jan Svankmaier and the Brothers Quay. filmmakers Jacques Tati and Alain Resnais. bands Wire and Talking Heads
See Hotel Central Where Hungary. Poland and Finland. April—May. Info: www.idlevicecoiii
MARK JENKINS, EDITOR/WRITER
Background Jenkins completed a post-graduate c0urse in film and teleliSion production at Napier Universny. SpeCIaIISIng in camerawork and scriptwriting. Graduating in 1995. he worked on numerOus films and moved into editing. writing and teaching. He won a Scottish BAP-TA for editing on Martin Morrison's Arch Enemy in
1996. Other films include Duncan Nicoll's Horsehair. Pan Fried and What DO BUSy People DO All Day? which he co-wrote With Morrison. Winning a BAP-TA New Talent award. Jenkins is