Matt Hulse is an artist, filmmaker and writer who has been described by Matt Lloyd, Co-Director of the Glasgow Short Film Festival, as an artist who “makes cinema out of whatever is to hand. Matt transforms the everyday and banal into something striking, witty and beautiful.”
Matt’s work has been featured in Time Out’s 1000 Films to Change Your Life and A History of Experimental Film & Video. His films are in permanent collections at the National Media Museum (UK), National Library of Scotland, Gallaudet University (Washington DC), The Wallace Library (Rochester, NY) and Fales (FAILS) Library (New York University).
Matt has won awards, including: The Felix Schoeller Photo Award (Gold) (2017), Kodak Animation Award from the San Francisco Art Institute Film Festival (2004) and Best Experimental Film at the Melbourne International Film Festival (2001).
He has been an artist in residence at Aberdeen University Centre for Environmental Sustainability) (2013), Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival (2013), Cucalorus Film Festival (Wilmington NC 2012), Wooda Arts (North Cornwall 2009) and the Centre for Contemporary Art (Warsaw 2004).
All videos courtesy of the artist
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