A life in animation: getting going to letting go
Animation is a curious business: it tends to be a private and self-effacing activity, but the word itself is a statement of God-like intention.
Peter Lord, and his long-term partner David Sproxton experimented with the craft when they were still at school. At the time it was far-from-obvious as a career move; but those early experiments have proved to be crucial to the creation of a very British creative powerhouse with a worldwide reputation.
Peter will take us through some of the key stages, the happy accidents and the essential relationships that made it possible for the company to develop. So much so, that two years ago, Aardman could transition into an employee owned company.Register for the event More information
Creative industry events in and around Bristol
Virtual Bristol Distinguished Address: Professor Lyndsay Duthie, CEO, The Production Guild of Great Britain
Pushing past the pandemic, what’s next for film and television?
After an unprecedented halt to film and television production, the industry had to find new ways of working safely. This was a momentous effort which led to the British Film Commission’s working safely on set protocols. How does that level up the field for those caregivers, in particular women, who leave the industry disproportionately to their male counterparts? What are the lessons we can learn and what does the future look like as we push past the pandemic?
Surviving and thriving in the new normal of commerce
Join us to hear from a great line-up of panellists from different digital backgrounds, who will offer their thoughts on the changing environment of e-commerce.
Google x Digital Marketing Futures
DMF: Digital Marketing Futures – previously ADFUTURES – is an ongoing series of inspiring and actionable seminars about the future of digital marketing from those creating it.