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BBC WORLD WITHOUT MATHS
We have just written, directed and produced a series of 7 short films for BBC Learning. Set in a world where everyone has forgotten how to do maths, the character led stories introduce primary school children to multiplication and division.
The film we designed, directed and animated with Radley Yeldar for BP's 2014 Statistical Review has been entered into the BFI National Archive. It is part of the 'Shooting the Message' record of corporate film making. Read about the rise of RY's influence in this sector here.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our shiny new website. Designed to put the work centre stage with simple clean design and high resolution videos. It is fully responsive and operates across a multitude of devices. Get in touch and let us know what you think.
The Grammar and Punctuation Series we created with Espresso Education has been shortlisted for a BETT award, hooray (not that we care about awards, honest). Winners will be announced on 22nd January. Fingers crossed!
Online now - a two minute animation, written, produced and directed by Plastic Milk for the lovely people over at Parkinson's UK, to tell everyone about the sterling work they have been doing to find a cure for Parkinson's. Watch the film on Youtube.
Phew! Just completed 33 x 5 mins for the fantastic Espresso Education. Broadcast in schools, the series is a fun and engaging introduction to key aspects of the new curriculum. Visit the Espresso preview page.
We just completed another video for award-winning medcomms agency Synergy Vision. The video depicts the mode of action of Clavis Pharma's new anti-leukaemia drug, demonstrating how it achieves improved efficacy compared with existing therapies.