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Stop-motion production Robin Robin to debut next year
Indie employees taking ownership can improve culture and productivity, says Rhodri Evans
Aardman animation extended to five-minute episodes for latest run
Music/songs, comedy, how-to/tutorials and mini adventures on wishlist
C4-backed indie develops project with Shaun The Sheep creator and targets factual opportunities
Animation house hands 75% of company to staff in bid to preserve independence
Teams with Aardman to help youths separate fact from fiction
Aardman and Plimsoll among local indies backing scheme to place 100 young people
City mayor backed by Aardman, Icon Films, Plimsoll and RDF West
Aardman Animations, the studio behind Shaun The Sheep and Wallace And Gromit, has hired industry veteran Sarah Cox as executive creative director.
Placing the viewer in a boat of migrants travelling from Turkey to Greece, the virtual reality experience marks a first for both the BBC and Aardman.
Boxing Day film about the animation firm, featuring Hugh Grant, David Tennant and Timothy Spall.
Goodness Gracious Me star Sanjeev Bhaskar is to voice the lead character in Spin Kick Bros’ online animation Rajesh Finesse, backed by Wildseed Studios.
Former Aardman Animations TV boss Miles Bullough has launched digital start-up Wildseed Studios with a £500,000 fund to invest in multiplatform ideas.
Aardman Animations head of broadcast Miles Bullough is leaving the company after nine years to pursue a freelance career.
The makers of Wallace and Gromit, Peppa Pig and In the Night Garden have written to chancellor George Osborne urging him to create a “level playing field” for UK animators to compete on the world stage.
Aardman Animation’s Timmy Time is to air on leading Chinese channel CCTV1.
Animation in the UK is in crisis, with two out of five companies struggling to make ends meet.
Aardman Animations has unveiled a range of online games ahead of the launch of a new series of Shaun the Sheep on CBBC.
Aardman Animations, the Bristol-based indie behind Wallace and Gromit, saw profits more than halve last year.
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