Animation, Asides, Documentary
22nd August, 2011
Seven filmmakers from across the globe have worked with Shooting People & PUMA.Peace to create films under the 'Peace Starts With Me' banner.
Animation, Art & Fashion, Asides
17th August, 2011
We finally get to see Max Hattler's Analogue Futurism short film AANSSTT in all its online glory.
Asides, Documentary, Music
12th May, 2011
Episode no. 5 of ®Nova Cultura Contemporânea, Rio de Janeiro features the world's hardest working experimental animator & DN friend, Max Hattler.
Animation, Art & Fashion, Asides, Music
19th April, 2011
It seems that Max Hattler has an aversion to sleep. How else can he keep cranking out quality projects at such a rate of knots – hmm, perhaps
13th February, 2011
Max Hattler sets his canvas to the celestial scale for 'Sync' which represents the life of the universe, from big bang to present day.
11th January, 2011
Our first Max Hattler post of 2011 is a hypnotic extract from the live visuals Max performed at Videomedeja back in December.
Art & Fashion, Asides
4th July, 2010
Max Hattler’s Economy Wolf promo Theme For Yellow Kudra gets a new soundtrack and lease of life as a commentary on the macho ridiculousness of the
18th April, 2010
The ever prolific Max Hattler gets his synchronised war on in this teaser for Spin, his latest choreographed toy soldier short doing the festival rounds.
2nd April, 2010
Max Hattler delivers a transfixing pair of animation loops inspired by French outsider artist Augustin Lesage's paintings.
Animation, Asides, Music, News
9th June, 2009
If you’re a regular round these parts you know I have a massive love for the work of visual artist Max Hattler (DN074 & DN119), so I wasn’t
Animation, Art & Fashion, Podcasts
21st January, 2009
I’m always pleased to catch up with past DN guests on the show as it means they’re still creating work I want to share, but this time round
7th February, 2008
A tip off from past guest Robert Seidel led me to the work of animator Max Hattler, who has been described by Dazed and Confused as one of “three of
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