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British Council – Myths and Legends

We’ve worked on some very varied films over the last few years – covering subjects from Car Insurance to Heavy Menstrual Bleeding. We pride ourselves on making subjects that maybe aren’t that inherently interesting in to enjoyable films that people want to … Read more ⇒

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Payara – The New Fish on the Block

We are, of course, very very fond of all of our Clients, but we do have to admit to having a very special place in our collective hearts for the ones who say things like “oh, feel free to be … Read more ⇒

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Oxford University Press – Activate Science

We’ve recently finished 30 films for Oxford University Press that were designed to excite kids about the science topics that they will be studying in years 7,8 and 9. It was certainly one of the more educational projects we’ve worked … Read more ⇒

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Trenches – Blackboard

Easily the longest sequence that we created for the WW1 Uncut films was for the episode ‘Why Trenches’. In it, Dan Snow is explaining to The One Show’s Michael Douglas why Trenches were necessary, and why they were so difficult … Read more ⇒

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A Soldier’s Kit – Quelle Dromage!

When the French army joined WW1, they were dangerously unprepared for war. Their soldiers were forced to face down German machine guns in bright red uniforms that were totally unfit for purpose. To illustrate this idea for the ‘Soldier’s Kit’ episode of WW1 Uncut, … Read more ⇒

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WW1 Uncut

As part of this years WW1 Centenary programming, the BBC commissioned a series of films exclusively for iPlayer, called WW1 UNCUT. WW1 UNCUT is a series of short films, presented by Dan Snow, which offer a fresh perspective on some … Read more ⇒

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insurance4carhire.com – New Animated Advert on the Travel Channel

https://vimeo.com/71020531 Slurpy Studios recently produced this animated advertisement for Insurance4CarHire.com, who deal with travel insurance for hire cars. We used the company’s existing branding, which is made up of simple outlines and strong colours on a map background, to create a … Read more ⇒

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Recording Alison Steadman for the Fearsome Beastie

A few days ago we went back to the recording studio (which had more or less recovered from Brian Blessed’s performance, although some of the microphones may never be the same again!) to record Alison Steadman as the voice of … Read more ⇒

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Swampy Marsh interview

We’re very lucky here at Slurpy Studios, because our close association with the wonderful Skwigly Animation Magazine means that we occasionally get to meet our heroes under the guise of interviewing them. Last week at the Children’s Media Conference I … Read more ⇒

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Another Waterproofing film

Here is the second of 6 films we made for RIW. This one is about the importance of communication between an architect and a builder during the design and construction process.

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