30 September 2019
War Horse The National Theatre Play Review 2019
In this War Horse play review I explore the National Theatre Company's masterful use of animation, storytelling, puppetry, music and scenic arts.
5 July 2019
The King's March
An animation I made for my final project.
13 February 2019
UKYA Short Films
An eclectic selection of films by young film makers and artists
1 August 2018 – 5 October 2018
22nd Japan Media Arts Festival - Call for Entries
The Japan Media Arts Festival Executive Committee is now accepting entries for the 22nd Japan Media Arts Festival.
22 August 2017
Molly Armitage, Explore and Bronze achiever
We spoke to a few students from Herts and Essex High School who've recently completely their Bronze awards about what they did and what they thought of it all.
15 August 2017
I don't know if Beadledom was made so that you sat through Omega as exposition to get the meaty imagination of Alpha, but the comparative excitement made it seem that way.
30 January 2017
Michael Baillon, Random Acts Midlands filmmaker
From Random Acts Midlands, Michael Baillon gives the audience his personal reflection on the story of a dragon named Rawry, through a short animation.
19 January 2017
Oblivion by Sarah Worcester | FIRST ACTS
From Random Acts Midlands, Sarah Worcester brings us an animated experimental film, Oblivion, that explores mental health in a style that plays with vivid visual expressions of the first-hand experience.
30 November 2016
The Legend Of Rawry by Michael Baillon | FIRST ACTS
From Random Acts Midlands, Michael Baillon's animated splendour reveals the beautiful mind of an inspiring artist, and the power of autism.
2 August 2016
How to...do stop frame animation
The art of animation is a difficult one to grasp, but here's an easy way for you to try for your yourself
4 April 2016
Does the future of book covers lie in animation?
The need for a relationship between technology and design has been accepted for a long time, mainly in the category of graphic design. The relationship between technology and art however has often been more controversial.
27 November 2015
Where are they now? with animator Nathan Wilkes
3D Animator Nathan Wilkes talks about films, superheroes, and how Arts Award helped him get to where he is today.
3 August 2015
Want my job...with Daryl Shute
Daryl Shute works at Magic Light Pictures - who are responsible for The Gruffalo and a host of other innovative family productions. Daryl will be delivering workshops at Latitude next weekend in partnership with Into Film...