Hungry Eye is a quarterly journal which brings the world of filmmaking and photography to the professional, the advanced, the inquisitive and the passionate.

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Hungry Eye launched on 1st October 2011.

Vol: three, Issue: 2

Possibly the loudest image to grace the cover of Hungry Eye. Vasilisa Forbes’ project ‘WAX’ is undeniably striking. A hugely interesting talent, Vasilisa works across a multitude of mediums, including film and photography and in this issue she explains her intent to highlight the representation of women in media and the arts. Elsewhere in the issue, we learn of regular contributor Peter Dench’s exploits in the latest installment of the Dench Diary; which sees him gaining a VVIP (Very, Very Important Person) wristband. Sean Ellis talks to us about producing a film against all odds and on a shoestring, only… Read the magazine summary here

Vol: three, Issue: 1

Here it is - the first issue of Volume three for your viewing pleasure. In this issue: Peter Dench returns to kick things off with the latest instalment of the 'Diary of a Sometime Working Pro'. Editor at Large, Jake Cunningham speaks with Dusdin Condren, an American photographer whose low-fi warm analogue photographs have lent themselves to a number of bands for album cover art Chris Patmore catches up with Michael Putland about his halcyon days of music and concert photography in 'Rolling with the Stones'. Mickey Smith describes what it is to lead the life of a photographer who spends most of his time in a wetsuit in 'Dark… Read the magazine summary here

Vol: two, Issue: 4

In this issue, the last in Volume 2, you’ll find our current selection of visual, visceral treats as we catch up with Peter Dench as he relays his [now infamous] diary. In this issue, Peter dodges bejewelled butt plugs, contemplates the likelihood of home cooked meals and reflects on the first ever Hungry Eye: Exposed event. Peter appears here a second time, in the shape of his latest, ‘in conversation’ piece, where he spends time with photographer and filmmaker Brian Griffin and elsewhere in the issue we catch up with British documentary and Magnum photographer, Martin Parr, where we explore… Read the magazine summary here

Vol: two, Issue: 3

In this issue, we explore both the death, and the rebirth of film. Looking at the history and after-effects of a once booming industry that almost exclusively took place in Rochester, New York. Then turning our attention to the new breed of user in a Piece featuring ANTON and Kevin Meredith, 'Analogue Tribes'.  Elsewhere in the issue, we catch up with the ever-youthful Peter Dench as his takes us through his latest exploits in the 'Dench Diary'. We talk with Elliot Davis about his career in 'Zen and the art of cinematography' and Technical Editor, Tim Pellat, talks us through his… Read the magazine summary here

Vol: two, Issue: 2

Here it is! Issue 2 of Vol. 2 has landed. In this issue we inadvertently focus on the topic of colour. That's 'colour', not 'color'... Get it? We cover the careers of a smattering of pioneers in the world of colour photography, including the incredible New York street photography of Saul Leiter and speak with Tomas Leach on the subject of his documentary of the great man. After discovering his work through his time at Fabrica and his commercial film work, Tomas had been compelled to meet the man behind such fascinating work. This led to a three year relationship… Read the magazine summary here

Vol: two, Issue: 1

Hungry Eye Issue 1, Vol 2 has landed! In this, the first issue of Volume 2, Gered Mankowitz is interviewed on his 50 Years of Rock & Roll photography. The legendary studio photographer tells Hungry Eye about his 50 year archive of iconic images. Anecdotes abound in this exclusive interview for Hungry Eye. Cinematographer Mark Richards and Director Julian Wallinger tell the story of this cult awakening and the making of the documentary, Backyard: The Movie. Iconic image-maker Steve Shapiro talks to Hungry Eye about his work on the Godfather trilogy, Taxi Driver in this exclusive interview. Zephie Begolo talks… Read the magazine summary here

Vol: one, Issue: 12

Hungry Eye regular and award-winning photojournalist Peter Dench bends the rules in this popular column. Peter’s comical & sometimes beer-fuelled travels lift the lid on making a living in the photojournalism industry. Peter then conducts a ‘Waiting for Godot’ style interview with ex-Vice Magazine Editor & photographer Richard Kern, exploring his work and making attempts to catch up with the man himself. Hold Steady. Simon Skinner discovers the journey undertaken by Garrett Brown, inventor of Steadicam, his working with Kubrick & Stallone. Includes exclusive interview with Garrett. We're treated to a monologue from Benjamin R Haizelden where he explains his… Read the magazine summary here

Vol: one, Issue: 11

In this issue, Hungry Eye regular and Award-winning photojournalist Peter Dench bends the rules in Kuwait then finds only slim pickings in Bratislava. Our cover feature covers a conversation with artist-turned-photographer Catherine Balet, who went in search of the ways that personal technology is illuminating our lives Peter Dench catches up with legendary photojournalist Tom Stoddart, surveying the ‘broad church’ of his career and seeking priceless insights amidst the clutter of the daily routine whilst we turn to Yasushi Handa, who left commercial photography behind when he headed into the East Japan disaster zone in 2011. Hungry Eye reviews the resulting photobook… Read the magazine summary here

Vol: one, Issue: 10

Issue 10
Roger Ballen Shoots Die Antwoord In Hungry Eye Issue 10, we talk with Roger Ballen, an American geologist by profession who made his photographic mark by shooting the people and towns of his adopted South African homeland but has now turned his eyes resolutely inwards to plumb the depths of the human psyche. Roger charts the deepening of his vision, and also reveals how he worked on a music video for South African rap-rave group Die Antwoord without abandoning his “one-frame aesthetic”.   We interview James Balog A man on a mission who’s using time-lapse images of shrinking glaciers to… Read the magazine summary here