Art-Film

The National Gallery is collaborating with the London Film School on 'Transcriptions: LFS Shorts', an innovative new project which involves second term students producing short 3-4 minute films inspired by the Gallery’s collection as part of their course.

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From the film-maker:

 

The painting has an immediate visual impact. Although Rubens uses colour to full effect, I wanted to invert this by using the bare minimum of colour. The composition is theatrical and the style bold. I wanted to twist the picture's disturbing theme, shifting the power over to the women.

 

Chi Yu

  

A piece inspired by Peter Paul Rubens,  The Rape of the Sabine Women, probably 1635-40,

Me and How I Got Here
MovieMe and How I Got Here
Alexandru Grigoras
The Beginning Is Nigh
MovieThe Beginning Is Nigh
Rupert Van Den Broek
And the Kid
MovieAnd the Kid
Zaklin Lentzou
The Traveller
MovieThe Traveller
Welf Lindner
The Shadow
MovieThe Shadow
Joanna Bence
Selves Portrait
MovieSelves Portrait
Daniel Chaytor
Mistress
MovieMistress
Alexandra McGuiness
Afternoon
MovieAfternoon
Connie Pui Kwan Wong
Not in July
MovieNot in July
Mónica Bravo
A Portrait of you
MovieA Portrait of you
Pierre-Alain Giraud
A Ruthless Canvas
MovieA Ruthless Canvas
Javier Correa