The films from the Imaginary Friends project, which took filmmaking to young people who don’t have easy lives, will be premiered at the Two Short Nights Film Festival at the Exeter Phoenix, on Friday and Saturday November 28 and 29.
Oooo, a little bit of politics, as Ben Elton used to say. The Torquay Fringe Film event could not go by without nurturing some political satire. But Michael Bett’s love of animation seems to be the inspiration for his film Escape from Kirkuk rather than the global arena of international politics, and if satire teaches […]
Catch up with Chris Chilton, computer games and animation manager, at Skillset, during the Talent at the Roots event of the Animate and Educate Conference, during Animated Exeter 2008, phew. Check downpage, as we don’t say in the trade for dates and deadlines of next year’s Animated Exeter (but just as a heads up, that […]
Pitch Perfect, part of the Animate and Educate Conference that took place during Animated Exeter 2008. This is the final part on all you need to know about making your idea get made. [flash http://newsandmediarepublic.org/images/stories/videos/pitch3.flv] Pitch Perfect Learn how to professionalise yourself and your ideas and how to pitch them to a commissioning editor with […]
Andy Wyatt continues his doodling dedication and digital dialogue at Animated Exeter’s Educate and Animate 2008 conference. [flash http://newsandmediarepublic.org/images/stories/videos/AndyWyatt2.flv] From Doodles to a Digital Future Andy Wyatt, director of Digital Animation at University College Falmouth, explains what opportunities are available, and the skills young people can be learning if they are interested in a career […]