CR March iPad edition: The On-screen issue

The March issue of CR, which looks at the world of creativity on-screen, is also available for iPad, where you’ll find all the print mag articles and exclusive additional content in Hi Res, our showcase gallery section, and CRTV, with video profiles of creative people, animations and other moving image work from around the world….

The March issue of CR – which looks at the world of creativity on-screen – is also available for iPad, where you’ll find all the print mag articles and exclusive additional content in Hi Res, our showcase gallery section, and CRTV, with video profiles of creative people, animations and other moving image work from around the world….

In Features this month we take a look at event cinema and how theatres and galleries are using it to increase access to the arts, how Vice News is shaking up the news industry, we ask four top ad creative if ads are getting too long, an interview with docu-filmmaker Adam Curtis, how film stars are being brought back to life with VFX, an interview with Wes Anderson’s cinematographer Robert Yeoman, a look at motion graphics studio Territory’s work for new film Ex Machina, emerging trends in film and TV title design from website Art of the Title, EA Sports’ creative director Matt Prior on how the FIFA series is made, and Monument Valley creators ustwo reflect on the game’s success.

Plus a Q&A with illustrator Paul Davis, a review of new book Björk: Archives, and not forgetting regular columns from Michael Evamy who looks at the design significance of the Black Standard of IS, Paul Belford who dissects a classic museum poster by Bruno Monguzzi and Daniel Benneworth-Gray who is spending some quality time with LinkedIn and the film Frozen.

In Hi Res you’ll find Polish film posters from the BFI special collections currently on show, illustrated ascents from great bike races with Cycling Climbs by Nigel Peake, Evidence by photographer Diana Matar exploring political disappearance, early works from conceptual artist Barbara Kruger from a new show Skarstedt gallery, and from Elivis to Nirvana –  a look inside Rock Covers, a new book tracing the history of rock record sleeve design.

CRTV includes a look at the reimagined cover art for iconic films plus unseen concept art from Criterion, Doug Hindson’s beautifully crafted live action animation Disconnect, Jamie Benning interviews Star Wars’ puppeteer Toby Philpot, a look at the work of Getty reportage photographer Veronique de Viguerie, a documentary on artist Michael Paul Smith and his photographs created using miniature worlds, and a trippy new music video for Dralms dir. by Ewan Jones Morris.

 

For further info on the CR iPad app or to subscribe, click here.

To submit work for consideration for CRTV or Hi Res, please email antonia.wilson@centaur.co.uk

 

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