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Getty Images: Short & Sweet Film Challenge 2008

The 2008 Getty Images Short & Sweet Challenge, saw ten filmmakers creating a film using visual content from the Getty’s Hulton Archive in London.
“The brief for the filmmakers was that at least 50% of the content must be taken from the Hulton Archive and that the short must highlight the breadth and depth of the [...]

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Short & Sweet Film Challenge: Photograph of Jesus

The 2008 Getty Images Short & Sweet Challenge, saw ten filmmakers creating a film using visual content from the Getty’s Hulton Archive in London.
Photograph of Jesus is “a short film by Laurie Hill illustrating the strange requests photography archivists at the vast Hulton Archive sometimes get, such as for photographs of Jesus, the Yeti, Jack [...]

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Short & Sweet Film Challenge: Perrington Stud

The 2008 Getty Images Short & Sweet Challenge, saw ten filmmakers creating a film using visual content from the Getty’s Hulton Archive in London.
Perrington Stud is a tale of gambling and severed fingers made at Big Red Button and featuring J.M. Barrie, William Darling and Pancho Villa.
Executive producer: Basil Stephens. Ain’t been able to Google [...]

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Short & Sweet Film Challenge: Long Jump

The 2008 Getty Images Short & Sweet Challenge, saw ten filmmakers creating a film using visual content from the Getty’s Hulton Archive in London.
Long Jump is a short film directed by Ian Mackinnon and Dominic Parker. Executive producer: Basil Stephens.
La Short & Sweet Challenge 2008 di Getty Images, ha visto 10 registi creare un film [...]

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Short & Sweet Film Challenge: Star Games

The 2008 Getty Images Short & Sweet Challenge, saw ten filmmakers creating a film using visual content from the Getty’s Hulton Archive in London.
Star Games is a music video for Scanone AKA Jude Greenaway, directed by Jasmin Jodry. Director of photography: Tobia Sempi. Executive producer: Basil Stephens.
Animated by Stuart Fortune and Jasmin Jodry. Rotoscoping: Ross [...]

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