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Aquarium Studios select The Clear Cut Group as chosen partner for expansion

30 September 2020

Award-winning audio facility Aquarium Studios have decided to leave their home of 22 years in Wardour Street and enter into a Services Agreement with the Clear Cut Group to facilitate a planned expansion of their business.  In response to increasing critical acclaim, Aquarium have decided that in order to meet the growing demands of their […]

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TWICKENHAM STUDIOS APPOINT CARA SHEPPARD AS NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR

29 September 2020

The Oscar and BAFTA-winning studios are a much-loved and world-renowned studios that have been reopened for the last four months with all the many numerous Covid-19 measures in place to ensure a safe industry leading standard in Film and TV production. Managing Partners Piers Read and Jeremy Rainbird acquired Twickenham Studios (operated by Time+Space Studios), […]

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Twickenham Studios

25 September 2020

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Runners: an outdated way to recruit?

22 September 2020

In a post-lockdown film & TV world, UK Screen Alliance brings together a number of industry experts, from across post-production, VFX and animation, to discuss whether runners an outdated position to recruit. On Wednesday the 23rd of September UK Screen Alliance held the first in a series of online events, a webinar entitled: ‘Runners: and […]

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Cardiff Animation Festival 2020 goes global

18 September 2020

The rescheduled spring 2020 festival will go ahead online throughout the rest of 2020. Cardiff Animation Festival has been bringing events to global audiences online since March this year, when they were forced to postpone their April festival due to Covid-19. Now they’re taking their festival programme online, bringing some of the best new animation […]

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Animex

14 September 2020

Animex, the international festival of animation, VFX and games organised by Teesside University which begins a week today (21st September) and runs until 2nd October Consisting of a unique blend of talks, workshops, networking events, exhibitions and screenings, Animex promotes an ethos of collaboration and sharing and prides itself on its warm friendly atmosphere. Animex […]

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CEO of Salamandra.uk makes Final for Two ‘Best Business Women’ Awards

8 September 2020

Animation company Salamandra’uk’s CEO Christine MacKay has been shortlisted as a finalist for two Business Women Awards; the ‘Best Business Women in Business Services 2020’ and, as nominated by her team, ‘Best Boss 2020’. With studios in Eton and Dundee, the Salamandra.uk team are visual problem solvers who convey complex messages for their B2B clients […]

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CreaTech 2020

3 September 2020

CREATECH – Where creativity meets technology This celebration of the UK’s world leading CreaTech community will illustrate the power of creativity, fuelled by technology, to attack adversity with innovation. It will showcase the pioneering UK talent who have forged new ways to make creative ideas a reality, and engage audiences in the virtual realm. Meet […]

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‘A SCREEN NEW DEAL – A ROUTE MAP TO SUSTAINABLE FILM PRODUCTION’ Launches

2 September 2020

The practical guidance and case studies from BFI, Albert and Arup offer insights on how film production can work to meet a net zero target, including use of virtual environments in VFX, CGI, and remote collaboration. The new report published this week, A Screen New Deal – a Route Map to Sustainable Film Production, examines […]

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Creative Industries Policy & Evidence Centre release new report on Class imbalances in UK Creative Jobs

27 August 2020

Just 16% of people in creative jobs are from working class backgrounds and those from privileged backgrounds more likely to land a job, experience autonomy and progression, and shape what goes on stage, page and screen. New research (1) from the Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC) shows widespread class imbalances in the UK’s […]

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