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GL Assessments – animated education

[iframe src=”http://player.vimeo.com/video/44807195″ width=”500″ height=”281″ frameborder=”0″ webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen] We’ve just finished work on a film for GL Assessments, who are a leading provider of independent tests and assessments for school aged children. The aim of the film was to deliver a … Read more ⇒

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Annecy favourites – Animated… fish?

One of the things that is so exciting about animation, is the ability to bring pretty much anything to life. And by anything, I mean anything! One of the earliest animators, Vladislav Starevich used dead insects and other animals with teeny little … Read more ⇒

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Skwigly review – The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists

One of the most exciting animated releases this year will undoubtedly by The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists from everyone’s favourite Bristol based stop motion studio. That’s Aardman by the way. The lucky s*ds at Skwigly have been lucky … Read more ⇒

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New Trailer – Aardman’s ‘The Pirates!’

There’s a new trailer out for Aardman’s latest stop motion (presumed) masterpiece “The Pirates! Band of Misfits.” Looks fantastic – good old Aardman doing what they do better than anyone else in the world! It’s a quest that takes our … Read more ⇒

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Coraline – Film Review

Neil Gaiman is another writer whose work has proven difficult to translate in to the medium of film. I’m sure we all remember the debacle that was Mirrormask. It helps then, that the director of the latest adaptation is Henry … Read more ⇒

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Fantastic Mr Fox Film Reviw

2009 has been a fantastic year for animated films. Up, Coraline, Fantastic Mr Fox, Monsters v Aliens, Ponyo, Mary and Max – all contenders for the Oscar and all amongst the most influential and memorable films of the year. The … Read more ⇒

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Mary and Max (by Adam Elliot) Film Review

Warning: This post contains strong instances of hyperbole, and shouldn’t be read by the weak, the infirm, or anyone without the opportunity to immediately buy and watch the film in question. Storytelling goes back to the very origin of our … Read more ⇒

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