Our recent stop-motion film, directed by Sarah Cox, that we made with Aardman for The Humane Society of the United States has been named a winner in the animation category at the 34th Annual Telly Awards! The Telly Awards is the premier award honoring outstanding local, regional and cable TV commercials and programs, the finest video and film productions and online commercials, video and films – we’re very excited that they honoured our little plasticine pigs with an award.
Congratulations to Mike Smith and the 8 minutes idle team for their Best Music win at last night’s RTS Awards, celebrating the best of Bristol talent in film and television. If you haven’t heard Mike’s score yet, you can get a taste of it in the ‘Bad call Centre Operator’ clip we’ve released from the film – and make sure to catch the film when it comes out on Feb 14th or get it on DVD from May 2014
Along with winning a Children’s BAFTA, the Tate Movie Project team has only just received a nomination for a prestigious 2012 Broadcast Award as well! Itch of the Golden Nit has been nominated in the Best Children’s Programme category – we’ll find out the results in February.
The Tate Movie Project picked up yet another award at the Children’s BAFTA ceremony last night in London when it won a Children’s BAFTA for Interactive. Congratulations to our very own Sarah Cox and Emma Lazenby, who were there to pick up the award, and the rest of the Tate Movie Project team. And of course a HUGE congratulations to all of the 25,000 kids who took part in creating the first ever animated film made entirely by and for children!
Mother of Many, Directed by Emma Lazenby and Produced by Sally Arthur, won the Best Short Animation Award at the BAFTAS. A fantastic and well deserved reward for a great film.
Congratulations to Emma and Sally