Newly named managing director and director of operations, respectively, bolster company’s leadership during period of rapid global growth; new head of infrastructure, Martin Weaver and HR manager, Eva Kilikitas, will support the directors in their new roles.
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Former head of studio's IP development takes on broader strategic role heading up Jellyfish Pictures’ children’s animation production division, as the company pushes to increase its international profile and expand its programming slate.
Lupus Film’s ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ was honored as best TV Special at the YouTube livestream of the official Annecy Awards.
Bafta-winning animation and VFX studio using Teradici Cloud Access Software and Microsoft Azure to enable safe, secure workflow for artists around the world that are joining the company.
Industry veteran with 20+ years of creative and commercial experience to bolster studio’s continued growth in animation and VFX.
New facility will operate solely using PC over IP without onsite hardware; ex-Framestore head of animation Kevin Spruce appointed new animation director.
Veteran exec brings more than 20 years of commercial and creative experience to company’s efforts to develop original IP for children.
Brand-new animated shortform sitcom featuring the stars of the world’s longest running comic ‘The Beano’ from Beano Studios is being produced in the U.K. at Jellyfish Pictures.
Loynes brings 20 years of insight to the Jellyfish development team from her previous posts at Seed Animation, Amp London, MPC, UNIT 9 and Aardman.
New pipeline TD and compositor previously served as head of technical pre-sales at data storage solutions provider Pixit Media, designing high-performance storage and network infrastructures for the Media & Entertainment industry.
New cloud hybrid rendering and virtual studio platform for VFX and animation studios to be introduced at SIGGRAPH 2017.
The delegation of 15 producers from Animation UK is attending Annecy International Animated Film Festival 2017 as a collective group for the first time, to fly the flag for British animation with support from the UK Department for International Trade.
New workflow promotes collaborative and scalable workflow across four Jellyfish Pictures’ sites through new PC-over-IP system.
U.K.-based production company behind the BBC’s ‘Bitz n’ Bob’ and ‘Floogals’ employs Shotgun’s Pipeline Toolkit to automate repetitive tasks, freeing artists’ time to create.