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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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Westminster Media Forum – Next steps for the UK film and wider screen industries

11 August 2020

***Full-scale policy conference taking place online*** This conference will consider the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the UK film and wider screen industries – as well as their longer-term outlook. Discussion will be on the ways that screen productions are innovating in order to adhere to social distancing, and changes in audience demand and […]

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Manchester Animation Festival – MAF 2020

6 August 2020

Manchester Animation Festival is the UK’s largest Animation Festival dedicated celebration of the animated art form. The festival, now in its 6th year, has revealed that it will alter its submission rules to give greater flexibility to filmmakers as films and animation festivals are converting to online events as a result of the Covid-19 lockdown. As […]

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MEDIA, BROADCAST AND PRODUCTION T-LEVEL REVIEW WEBINAR

28 July 2020

The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education are hosting a webinar to review the outline content for the T Level in Media, Broadcast and Production.  We all want a skills revolution to ensure all young people can go as far as their talents and hard work can take them, as developing our home-grown talent will ensure […]

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Media, Broadcast and Production T-Level Review Webinar

The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education are hosting a webinar to review the outline content for the T Level in Media, Broadcast and Production.  We all want a skills revolution to ensure all young people can go as far as their talents and hard work can take them, as developing our home-grown talent will ensure […]

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EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL TV FESTIVAL

24 July 2020

The Edinburgh International TV Festival brings together all parts of the television and digital world to celebrate the creativity, diversity and inspirational talent in the field, in addition to debate the major issues facing us as an industry. This year, the Edinburgh TV Festival has been re-imagined online for 2020 & announces a series of initiatives […]

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