Animation, Art & Fashion, Music
5th July, 2017
We speak to long-time DN Alum Max Hattler about the trajectory his prolific career to date & his latest audiovisual collaboration with composer Lux Prima.
Animation, Art & Fashion
2nd October, 2013
Do you remember when Max Hattler demonstrated that he didn’t even need a screen on which to animate and that a man of his talents could do just fine
19th September, 2013
Isn’t that just the way, you wait ages for a stop motion ident from Max Hattler then four excellent ones arrive at once for the Animatou animation
Animation, Art & Fashion, Asides
20th March, 2013
University student Benedict Gordon explores the use of 'mechanisms' in music in his dissertation re-scoring of Max Hattler's 'Sync'.
4th March, 2013
Max Hattler’s Stop the Show – Frena el Espectaculo, created for Amnesty International in association with Contrapunto BBDO, uses kaleidoscopic
16th January, 2013
You know the year’s shaping up to be a good one when you get not one, but two new animations from Max Hattler. The verbosely named A Very Large
4th January, 2013
Do you need more proof? Sensational crystal-clear footage of shape-shifting UFOs recorded under the influence in Farra di Soligo, Veneto, Italy! Max Hattler
17th December, 2012
Has it really been over 2½ years since Max Hattler first teased us with his toy soldier animation Spin? Well like an early choreographed Christmas present
10th September, 2012
Max Hattler's psychedelic geometric animation piece 'X' plays out thrice nightly on a hydro screen projected over a canal.
23rd August, 2012
An all too brief, but no less impressive, new piece of abstract animation from Max Hattler commissioned by fashion magazine Journal.
Art & Fashion, Film Festival
3rd July, 2012
Rushes Soho Shorts’ Pushing Boundaries category features films with innovative ideas that test the filmakers’ creative borders, as well as
12th March, 2012
DN gets excited about experimental animator extraordinaire Max Hattler's first solo show & his new Random Acts commissioned film 'Shift'.
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