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Part two of the Talent at the Roots event at the Animate and Educate Conference, which took place during Animated Exeter 2008


Talent at the Roots
Are 14-19s the new hope for tomorrow animation industry? How are 14-19s developing their skills? What future can they expect in the UK animation industry? The first Creative Media Diplomas Launch in 2008, what impact will they have and how will young people benefit?

Chair: Martina Bramkamp, senior lecturer in Animation at London College of Communication
Panel: Mike Milne, director of computer animation at Framestore CFC
Chris Chilton, computer games and animation manager, Skillset
Clive Lissaman, London Education Business Manager, Skillset

talent at the roots, part two

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Tomorrow: Bob the Builder’s very own Curtis Jobling, Armed with a Crayon and a character to develop



Animated Exeter – February 13 – 21, 2009 (Schools week February 9 -13)

Film entry deadlines for 2009:
Best of the West Student Films* – 19 September 2008
Screen Out Loud Amateur and Professional Animators** – 19 September 2008
ExAnimation – animators under 18 years ** – 31 October 2008
* from South West & South Wales
** from South West only


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