Lupus Film’s ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ was honored as best TV Special at the YouTube livestream of the official Annecy Awards.
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Career development workshop series aimed at supporting women in UK’s VFX and animation industries continues June 5.
New London-based animation and design studio defines itself with surreal animations exploring 3D and 2D illustrated textures and places.
Based on stories by Finnish-Swedish author and artist, Tove Janson, the award-winning animated series relays and preserves important parts of Nordic cultural heritage.
Submissions now being accepted for the UK’s largest animation festival, taking place November 15 -19; entry deadline is July 13, 2020.
Relief fund launches to provide urgently needed support for workers and freelancers hit by UK production closures.
On heels of studio’s recent transition to employee ownership, co-founder Dave Sproxton stepping down after 43 years as Managing Director.
Industry veteran will be based in LA and service studio’s US and international film, TV and SVOD production clients.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Bristol’s largest international film festival, coming September 24-29, reveals an extensive program of animation-related activities.
Acquisition sets the stage for Sony Pictures Television subsidiary’s anime distribution dominance in the UK and Ireland.
Led by Jackie Edwards, newly-announced YACF team includes John Knowles as Production Executive, Harriet Williams as Development Executive and Hesham Sabry as Business Affairs Executive.
Media and entertainment trade union BECTU calls for new industry code of practice to better protect freelance workers when companies go into administration.
Based on the ‘Love Monster’ series of books by British author and illustrator Rachel Bright, new 2D-animated preschool series will premiere on CBeebies and on major Chinese broadcasters and digital platforms.
Former All3Media general counsel to oversee London animation studio’s legal and business affairs, business strategy and development, commercial operations and the implementation of its long and short-term strategic plans.
Being both a live action and an animated short film festival, the Encounters Festival schedule was packed with film programs of every description.
Creating more than 60 new jobs, Blue Zoo announces new dedicated 2D animation studio across the road from its central London head office.
Aardman Animations founders Peter Lord and David Sproxton transfer ownership of the famed Bristol-U.K. stop-motion studio to employees in a bid to retain its independent status.
One-day U.K. animation industry event kicks off ahead of the Manchester Animation Festival on Monday, November 12.