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    ‘SLOW TIME’ BY GARY TARN ASKS VIEWERS TO REDISCOVER TIME
Leffe, the Belgian abbey beer, has released a documentary film, SLOW TIME, exploring six artists and artisans’ unique appreciation of time, in a bid to encourage people to take a break from their fast-paced lives and rediscover the joy of time.
 
The eleven-minute film has been created by BAFTA-nominated filmmaker Gary Tarn, and offers a rare glimpse into the working methods and thinking of six extraordinary talents, including a microsculptor, an experimental charcuterist, two of the world’s leading stop-frame animators, an astrophotographer and a camera-less photographer.
 
The film is available to view on the Leffe YouTube page.
 
The Quay Brothers: American-born animators, Stephen and Timothy Quay have produced a short black and white film within SLOW TIME, demonstrating their technique and the process to achieve it, revealing their unique understanding of time.
 
Adrienne E. Treeby: As Chef at Crown & Queue Meats, charcuterie makers, Treeby has perfected the art of turning raw meat into delicious, savoury salami using the alchemy of time to cultivate limited edition, Leffe beer-infused sausages.
Willard Wigan: A British sculptor, who works at a microscopic scale, Wigan often works within the eye of a needle, or on the head of a pin. In order to prevent his hand from shaking, and destroying his own work, he works within the beats of his heart, truly rediscovering time.
 
Pete Lawrence: Lawrence is an experienced astronomical observer and highly regarded astrophotographer. Astrophotography requires long careful exposures to capture distant light, light that may be from stars long extinct - literally rediscovering time.
 
Susan Derges
A British artist and photographer, Susan works in a number of mediums, but is especially known for making large photographic prints without a camera, exposing raw photographic paper in the landscape. By trying to capture moving elements her work is a representation of time passing.

Please contact Hannah Tucker for more information
hannah@shinecom.com
06952 502214

    Vintage Camera Used To Spotlight Our Hectic Lives

    This month, Leffe, the Belgian abbey beer, have released a documentary film, Slow Time, exploring six artists and artisans’ unique appreciation of time, in a bid to encourage people to take a break from their fast-paced lives a...
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    ‘SLOW TIME’ BY GARY TARN ASKS VIEWERS TO REDISCOVER TIME
Leffe, the Belgian abbey beer, has released a documentary film, SLOW TIME, exploring six artists and artisans’ unique appreciation of time, in a bid to encourage people to take a break from their fast-paced lives and rediscover the joy of time.
 
The eleven-minute film has been created by BAFTA-nominated filmmaker Gary Tarn, and offers a rare glimpse into the working methods and thinking of six extraordinary talents, including a microsculptor, an experimental charcuterist, two of the world’s leading stop-frame animators, an astrophotographer and a camera-less photographer.
 
The film is available to view on the Leffe YouTube page.
 
The Quay Brothers: American-born animators, Stephen and Timothy Quay have produced a short black and white film within SLOW TIME, demonstrating their technique and the process to achieve it, revealing their unique understanding of time.
 
Adrienne E. Treeby: As Chef at Crown & Queue Meats, charcuterie makers, Treeby has perfected the art of turning raw meat into delicious, savoury salami using the alchemy of time to cultivate limited edition, Leffe beer-infused sausages.
Willard Wigan: A British sculptor, who works at a microscopic scale, Wigan often works within the eye of a needle, or on the head of a pin. In order to prevent his hand from shaking, and destroying his own work, he works within the beats of his heart, truly rediscovering time.
 
Pete Lawrence: Lawrence is an experienced astronomical observer and highly regarded astrophotographer. Astrophotography requires long careful exposures to capture distant light, light that may be from stars long extinct - literally rediscovering time.
 
Susan Derges
A British artist and photographer, Susan works in a number of mediums, but is especially known for making large photographic prints without a camera, exposing raw photographic paper in the landscape. By trying to capture moving elements her work is a representation of time passing.

Please contact Hannah Tucker for more information
hannah@shinecom.com
06952 502214

    Vintage Camera Used To Spotlight Our Hectic Lives

    This month, Leffe, the Belgian abbey beer, have released a documentary film, Slow Time, exploring six artists and artisans’ unique appreciation of time, in a bid to encourage people to take a break from their fast-paced lives a...
  •  
     
    News
     
    TheShiningFeat

    Film Favourites From Folio

    Many of our favourite films start life as books, and this month The Folio Society has announced that they will be adding one of the most terrifying tales of the 20th Century to their catalogue of iconic editions.  Stanley Kubri...
  •  
     
    News
     
    Screen Shot 2016-06-17 at 10.35.16

    Austrian Culture In London

    A series of exciting free events, including concerts, art exhibitions, film festivals, and literature showcases, will take place across various venues in London between 17th and 19th June. The contemporary cultural events all f...
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    Euro 2016 Meets Suicide Squad!

    It feels good to be bad… Assemble a team of the world’s most dangerous, incarcerated Super Villains, provide them with the most powerful arsenal at the government’s disposal, and send them off on a mission to defeat an enigmati...

 
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