Magic Light Pictures is the studio that have in the past brought loved children’s stories to life through their animations. They have previously worked on projects such as The Gruffalo and The Gruffalo’s Child, Room on the Broom and The Stick Man.
This Christmas they brought Revolting Rhymes to TV on BBC in two separate parts, both of which are currently available through the BBC iPlayer.
Check out some more of Magic Light Pictures work on their website here
A look at the history of the English language. (this is a combination of all 10 parts of the series into one video)
This is the just one of the final year films produced by the 3rd year BA(Hons) Animation students at the University of Portsmouth.
It is a short film created for the charity Dogs Trust.
Directed by: Xenia Galchin & Franklin Neilson
Animation by: Xenia Galchin, Franklin Neilson, Sara Frias Jimenez & Andrea Tzontcheva
Character Design by: Franklin Neilson & Andrea Tzontcheva
Layout by: Xenia Galchin & Beth Woods
Music by: Beth Woods
Assistants: Law & Scott Black
In Germany there are over 1.7 Million voluntary workers that operate in a multitude of different fields. All of them together build an extensive safety net that we all can pretty much rely on 24/7.
With the Helfende Hand Awards the Federal Ministry of the Interior annually honors outstanding voluntary work in four different categories. In cooperation with Serviceplan Berlin we realised one short film for each category to communicate the outstanding work of all nominees in a clear yet playful and visually appealing way.
Through the wooden figures and organic textures one could almost think that the sceneries are handcrafted and touchable. But we guarantee: Everything is 100% digitally made and no real trees have been harmed for this production.
Hear from the Telltale Games dev team about designing the Batcave and the cool gadgetry at your disposal in BATMAN – The Telltale Series.
Check out more of Trizz Studio’s work on their Vimeo page here
A humorous little collection of moments depicting the hilarious and creative ‘facts’ kids decide about the world.
Bringing back the late Peter Cushing and 19-year-old Carrie Fisher for a story taking place before the 1977 “Star Wars” was a CGI challenge.
Agence : BETC
Production : Partizan
Director : Antoine Bardou Jacquet
Post Production : Unit Image