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November 2016

Manimation 2016: Report – Presentation 2: Realtime VR Storytelling – Heading for the Holodeck

Posted on: Thursday 17 November 2016 2:19pm by Tom Jordan

Speaker: Nick Pittom, Fire Panda Takeaway: VR presents challenges to storytelling – but also a virtual world of opportunities to try something different and create your own rules. Detail: Nick gave a whirlwind beginner’s guide to some of the technology used in virtual reality creation, and introduced some of the pros and cons of both Realtime VR and 360 VR platforms. He said there are still limitations to both, including time, man hours, cost, technology restrictions and even motion sickness, but the technology keeps advancing, which is exciting. Nick highlighted things to consider in terms of how storytelling differs in VR. On traditional platforms, the story takes place in a box or on a screen, but in VR the user…

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Manimation 2016: Report – Presentation 1: The Red Carpet Treatment

Posted on: Thursday 17 November 2016 1:19pm by Tom Jordan

Speaker: Kath Shackleton, Fettle Animation Takeaway: It’s hard work running a small animation business – but with support from the industry and determined self-promotion success and good things are definitely possible. Detail: Kath Shackleton introduced the audience to her Yorkshire-based studio, Fettle Animation, which she runs with her animator partner Zane Whittingham. The studio specialises in 2D animation, and has won numerous awards for some of its films. Kath showcased a clip of some of Fettle’s projects, and then talked about the challenges that small studios face. These include, inevitably, the tightening of budgets in recent years from client companies. She urged the industry to make sure it supports small companies as much as they can, saying that there are…

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Manimation 2016: Report – Panel 1: Animation UK Update

Posted on: Thursday 17 November 2016 12:35pm by Tom Jordan

Speakers: Oli Hyatt, Blue Zoo Animation Neil Hatton, CEO, UK Screen Association Kate O’Connor, Executive Chair, Animation UK Council David Sproxton, Founder and Executive Chairman, Aardman Helen Brunsdon, Director, Animation UK Takeaway: Animation UK is joining forces with the UK Screen Association to form a new body: the UK Screen Alliance. Detail: There was a major announcement in this session: the partnering of Animation UK with the UK Screen Association, the trade body for visual FX house, post-production facilities and film studios, to form the UK Screen Alliance. The UK Screen Alliance will become a membership organisation consisting of two councils: Animation UK Council and UK Screen Facilities Council, and an executive team. Full details of the announcement are available…

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July 2016

CMC 2016: Report – Animation UK Meeting

Posted on: Saturday 09 July 2016 2:27am by Kath Shackleton

A buzz and much excitement in the air as UK animation is forming a new trade organisation. Oli Hyatt explained to this special meeting that Animation UK, the organisation that campaigned for the animation tax incentive, now needed to mature into a longer term and broader-based industry body - representing the interests of animation professionals across the country. There is much work to be done to build more understanding of the animation sector amongst decision makers in government and to profile the achievements of our sector and the value it brings to culture and the economy. Animation studios have pledged to financially support a new industry body to represent the sector, and there are offers of support in kind with office…

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CMC 2016: Report – Green Shoots in Children’s and Family Films

Posted on: Friday 08 July 2016 1:33am by Zarin Virji

The session illustrated strategies of making children’s and family films outside the studio system Takeaways A dearth of lower- and mid-budget family fare films in the UK as the film industry is risk-averse The British film industry, including big studios, is supportive of Indie films Indie films can gain funding and audience interest through release at festivals and school screenings, tie-ups with book publishers and the making of shorts Detail Nicole Carmen-Davies, UK Indie Producer, defined ‘family films’ as films which depict a beautiful world that children can relate to. Such films need to be aesthetically layered so that they appeal not only to the targeted age group but to a wider audience. These films must inspire child-like wonder in…

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CMC 2016: Report – Creative Curriculum: Lost or Not?

Posted on: Friday 08 July 2016 1:25am by Zarin Virji

The session focused on the indifference of British education policy towards non-core subjects such as art, music and language in the current curriculum Takeaways Global education experts agree that creativity is the most important 21st century skill Knowledge is freely available at the speed of our connection. The curriculum must reflect this reality, ensuring that creativity is injected into all subjects, particularly at the primary level Children need to be asked the right questions and they must feel safe even if they fail in their endeavour Detail Justin Cooke, Chairman, Big Clever Learning, shared his enthusiasm for children’s application of knowledge in being creative and making new products. His product, Digital Theatre, has attracted three million subscribers. Joshua Davidson, Co-Founder…

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CMC 2016: Report – What Do We Tell the Children?

Posted on: Friday 08 July 2016 12:43am by Simon Bor

  How did children’s media react to the terrorist attacks in Paris last November? Takeaways Newsround had to react quickly as children were hearing about the scale of the atrocity Le P’tit Libé had to do something to inform the younger audience The problem with the media is that you don’t know who is on the other end of the screen Detail Recent grizzly news stories include: 250 dead in a car bomb in Baghdad; 41 at Istanbul airport; here, a British MP is stabbed and shot on the street. Stewart Purvis CBE, the chair of the RTS Journalism Awards and former Editor-in-Chief and CEO of ITN, read out a list of recent atrocities and asked the question: what do…

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CMC 2016: Report – Commissioner Conversations: International

Posted on: Friday 08 July 2016 12:00am by Simon Bor

Jo Daris, Head of Operations, m4e, introduced the international commissioners panel and asked what content they were looking for. Video: [vimeo video_id="174885371" width="700" height="394" title="Yes" byline="Yes" portrait="Yes" autoplay="No" loop="No" color="00adef"]   Podcast:   Takeaways French preschool is getting bigger as older children migrate to online platforms. 70-80% of all Welsh views on iPlayer are for S4C’s children’s output. Most PBS programming is US originated, because it includes the curriculum. Detail Julien Borde, Head of SVOD France Télévisions, said their content was exclusively animation, thanks to the government initiatives to support the animation industry in France. Preschool was getting bigger and bigger as older children migrated to platforms such as Netflix. He is looking for acquisitions, in particular specials, for female…

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CMC 2016: Report – The Last Word

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 10:50pm

George the poet has the last word at this year’s CMC, and guest blogger Kerin Kokot was gripped Takeaways Lack of diversity is an issue that clearly needs to be addressed by professionals working across the media sectors Thankfully, lots of really smart people are doing exactly this. This year’s CMC brought many of them together to help the industry become more aware of the importance of being fully inclusive Detail I’m from Cape Town, and attending the CMC for the first time has been an overwhelming delight. The shoulders we rub against here belong to top, global leaders in the children’s media sectors. The knowledge shared in the workshops and sessions is current, relevant, stimulating. If you missed them,…

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CMC 2016: Report – Making It Live

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 9:55pm by Gabrielle Smith

What do you need to create content within the live space? This session explored the benefits of brand extension in the live event space and how successful you can be at attracting a children’s audience away from the screen and into the real world Takeaway Live event spaces are an important and exciting sector of the industry for new and original content Power of a strong brand and finding a form of measurable success that excites the intended audience is key Know your level of risk Detail As well as being highly informative, this session was a lively and thoughtful conversation that really covered all bases. From brand extension and live event spaces, to creating and providing interactive role-play opportunities,…

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CMC 2016: Report – New Platform Masterclass

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 9:39pm by Gabrielle Smith

Brown Bag Films and 9 Story Media Group with the lowdown on pitching to and working with SVODs Video On Demand platforms are commissioning more original content than ever before. In this session, discussions were led by experts in the field who have already delivered high-end, large-scale projects to a global platform and the emerging online world. Takeaways There is a whole world out there of new VOD and AVOD. This masterclass discussed creating, pitching and commissioning with success within new platforms Recommendations and talking points for development and delivery, using models such as Netflix and Amazon Studios ‘Pitching 101’. As with traditional PSB, top quality content is crucial Detail Introduced by John Morris of Morris Media, this session gave the…

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CMC 2016: Report – Who Wants to be a Kids’ Millionaire?

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 5:48pm

The highest rating TV shows among children today are formats. From ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ to ‘Great British Bake Off’, kids are viewing in droves. The problem? Nearly all the shows they watch are adult ones. So as these formats take off around the world, delivering big bucks for their rights owners, why aren’t children’s TV producers reaping the same rewards? Guest blogger Val Taylor takes us through the discussion. Takeaways You need passion and perseverance to create a format Look at your existing catalogue for ideas that can be repurposed Kids are already watching big adult shiny formats in droves so you have to be able to have real standout to compete Detail With UK production houses looking to find…

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CMC 2016: Report – The Prix Jeunesse Suitcase: Making it Happen All Over the World

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 5:30pm

A digital suitcase and a passionate change-maker unpack their emotional baggage to reveal a brave new world of kids’ media we must all embrace or ignore at our peril, as a spell-bound Rick Adams discovered… Takeaways  Daring content that’s sensitively handled can smash apart taboos and enable our kids at the same time Honesty and truth-telling is the native language of children everywhere Greater bravery is required to push past old boundaries and deliver what today’s kids really need Detail I cried. I was shocked. I laughed uncontrollably. Not something I usually do in a room full of people but when you’re faced with such unbelievable honesty, the kind of honesty you equate with children, then you just can’t help…

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CMC 2016: Report – The Changing Face of Production

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 4:49pm by Kate Hilton

What different production methods are used to create content on YouTube? Takeaways Different methods of production are being used on YouTube including uploading existing content and creating new personality led channels and new IP Put passion and personality into your productions and they are likely to be a success YouTube is effective because it can be reactive and cost effective Analytics are important in creating revenue from this platform Detail The session began with the introduction of three businesses who use Youtube to present their digital content yet produce it in different ways. Jon Benoy from Wildbrain explained that DHX repurposed and uploaded their existing content to YouTube, partly for piracy management and partly to create official channels to generate…

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CMC 2016: Report – Connected Toy Story

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 4:43pm by Gabrielle Smith

This session looked at the current landscape for connected toys, discussing products with their creators and asking questions regarding value, interactivity and digital products of the future Takeaway The connection between toy space and the future of the physical digital product needs exploring We need to understand why toys are so valuable to the child’s own experiences of education and play Detail: Maurice Wheeler from The Big Little Partnership brought a panel of four experienced creators and consultants together to talk about connected toys and their story. In thinking through the current landscape of connected toys and what is going on in this area, the conversation ranged across ages and play patterns, to the educational and emotional engagement of the digital and…

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CMC 2016: Report – The Doc Unboxed

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 4:05pm by Kath Shackleton

What do today's children define as a documentary?  Exploring a variety of ways to economically tell stories that connect children with the world around them Takeaways Children love to see others like themselves represented onscreen YouTube vloggers are using their popularity to help to talk about difficult issues Young people respond well to hearing from other young people who they identify with as peers when looking at issues such as mental health Detail Are children really interested in the world around them? How can we tell stories that help children to make sense of themselves and others in the world? Cat Lewis, CEO of Emmy and BAFTA winning Nine Lives Media, introduced the session and James Davies talked us through Childwise’s…

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CMC 2016: Report – Co-Development: When Two Become One

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 3:54pm by Heather McDaid

In their so-true-to-life simulation, a newbie creator, backed by a panel of experts, negotiated the co-development of his brilliant concept with a rights hungry studio. Takeaways Get everything on rights, partnerships and costs set on paper Keep your idea simple and easy to upsell Be ready for change – pick your fights carefully Detail A mix of roleplay and explanation, the session took you through the whole process of development. Rosemary Klein, Director of TVA, and Andrew Baker, CEO of Kidscave Entertainment, began the journey - in character. Andrew was "an art school grad who self-published a comic book and is making a living from it"... in this scenario – Rosemary was "an executive VP of development looking for a new…

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CMC 2016: Report – Minecraft University

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 3:46pm by Jessica Thornsby

How is Mindcraft being used in the classroom and at home and what does it offer that traditional education methods may not? Takeaways Minecraft is a world where children are the experts Minecraft is a great opportunity to engage children in a wide range of different subjects - from global warming, right through to the issues impacting their local community Minecraft can give children access to places and things they wouldn’t otherwise have access to, including imaginary worlds inspired by famous paintings Detail Minecraft is nothing short of a phenomenon: it’s gone from indie game to household name in just a few years, and its popularity doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Today Minecraft has ‘captured’ millions of…

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CMC 2016: Report – Making Access Happen

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 2:55pm by Heather McDaid

"Media cannot reflect society, if society is not reflected in the media." How can the kids’ media sector open its doors to a wider range of entrants to the workplace? Takeaways: These conversations have been happening for years, and need to go further Change the system and the way you think to find new people to work with Detail: We start with a video, because sometimes comedy can speak absolute volumes. Jackie Myburgh of BBC Children’s is pleased to say they don’t reflect the video; the BBC has done a lot of work to find diverse talent through schemes. They set and hit recent targets: off screen, 12% BAME, and 3% who are disabled, though she admits there is still…

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CMC 2016: Report – Sound Advice

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 2:54pm by Jessica Thornsby

The step-by-step guide to finding and using voices in your animation to ensure it stands out from the crowd Takeaways It is crucial that you find the right voice for your characters Dubbing and localising content is a huge and growing part of the animation industry Detail In this session, a panel of seven industry experts offered their unique insights into casting, recording, directing, performing and dubbing your animation. Michelle Jones, Casting Director at Brilliant Casting, debated the tricky question of hiring child actors, versus hiring an adult who can impersonate a child. “My advice is to do what’s right for your project,” she said, although she did point out that there are additional things you need to consider, when…

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CMC 2016: Report – Mind The Gap

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 2:38pm by Kate Hilton

Is there a place for mindfulness in children’s lives? Takeaways Mental health is one of the biggest concerns of the modern world Mindfulness has been proven to be of benefit for children and adults There is a place for calmness alongside the excitement of life for children  Detail Beth Wood, Artistic Director of Prospero, began the session by encouraging the audience to participate in some mindfulness exercises that she uses with children. She explained that "mindfulness practice is about bringing your attention to the present in order to experience life more clearly and fully". Dr Barbie Clarke, Founder of Family Kids & Youth, shared research that indicates that one in five children will experience mental health difficulty before they are…

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CMC 2016: Report – Focus on Europe

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 2:13pm by Heather McDaid

With the increased demand for content on increasingly smaller budgets, this session took everyone on a tour of Europe to find out where the money is and how to get your hands on it! Takeaways: There can be a difference in how stories are told culturally, so consider this with co-productions Cross-border projects are interesting models that can open you up to more funding Despite political shifts on the horizon, “there is business still to be done”, and so the panel talked about their work, funding and potential changes to come. Eryk Casemiro, Chief Creative Officer of Zodiak Kids Studios explained that they’re divided between London and Paris. With great subsidies for French content and a points system – for…

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CMC 2016: Report – Girl, Interrupted: A Deeper Dive into Gender Depiction

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 2:00pm by Kate Hilton

How is the industry changing it’s attitude to females in children’s media? Takeaways Female representations in children’s media are beginning to improve Work is being done to break down gender stereotypes in books and TV shows Using humour is the best way to cross gender divides in programming. The industry would benefit from having a greater number of women in writing and technical roles Detail Changemaker Jo Summers, began the session by talking through video games that offer alternatives with female characters and a different type of play. Jo believes that games should be considered a creative medium for artistic expression. A powerful clip from #redrawthebalance set the scene for the session itself, showing how children perceive gender in the professional world.…

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CMC 2016: Report – Commissioner Conversations: BBC

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 1:51pm by Simon Bor

Commissioners from CBBC, CBeebies and Interactive reveal their plans Takeaways You are who you are and you should be proud (Changemaker) BBC look for Voice, Choice and Rolls Royce The ‘Play Time’ app has been downloaded 6 million times Detail The session was opened with a presentation by Changemaker Leo Waddell. A 15-year-old transgender boy, Leo was featured on ‘I am Leo’, part of CBBC’s ‘My Life’ documentary series. Born female, he always knew he was boy. He resented this mother using female pronouns and calling him Lilly. Transgender people’s brains don’t match their bodies. His doctor told him not to worry and accept he would grow up a lesbian. When his mother changed his name to Leo by deed poll,…

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CMC 2016: Report – Focus on Canada

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 1:38pm by Helen Dugdale

Find out what Canada wants – and what you can offer in return Takeaway Yes, Canada has lots of money, but it’s not a cash cow – it wants to develop long-term relationships Canada is searching for incredible stories and characters Canada is a dreamy co-production partner for the UK – we speak the same language and have a similar sense of humour and style Make sure your co-production partner has the same vision for the project and be prepared to make compromises Get good advice to ensure you get the most out of the Canadian co-production treaties Speakers: Andrew Baker, CEO, Kidscave Entertainment Deirdre Brennan, Vice President of Content, Corus Entertainment Miles Bullough, Managing Director, Wildseed Studios Lucy Goodman,…

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CMC 2016: Report – Under the Bonnet of Over the Top

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 1:03pm by Simon Bor

The rise of non-linear TV known as over-the-top content, or OTT Takeaway It is a good time to be a distributor and content producer You can now tell stories in different ways – not held in check by time slots It’s all about branding, channels like CBeebies are big brands in their own right Detail Steve Wynn, CEO of Pretzel TV, asked where we have got with OTT. Edward Galton, CCO & Managing Director of CAKE, said it was a good time to be a distributor and content producer. Jane Rumble, Director of Market Intelligence for Ofcom, added that it’s a hugely dynamic and changing market. Children have grown up in a connected world. CEO of Zodiak Kids, Jean-Philippe Randisi’s initial thought…

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CMC 2016: Report – Too Cool for School

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 12:01pm by Jessica Thornsby

Does entertainment - film, TV or games - really have a place in the classroom? Takeaways Content originally designed to entertain has great potential to enhance classroom learning, but it needs to be used carefully. The skills children are learning in their own time, through content that’s designed to entertain, has real value. If you want your content to appeal to teachers, then give them the ability to edit and remix your content. Detail In this early morning session on the final day of CMC, a panel of experts discussed how TV shows, games and books that were originally designed to entertain, are being used to teach children in surprising ways. Freelance Science Education Consultant Sai Pathmanathan discussed how she…

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CMC 2016: Report – Commissioner Conversations: VoD and OTT

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 11:52am by Oliver Ellis

This session begins with a presentation by Changemaker Rich Keith, Chief Revenue Officer, The Yogscast.   Children increasingly access content via VOD/OTT. As these services acquire more and make original content, what are they looking for and how can you get involved? Is there 'New hope' in the SVoD sunny uplands? Guest blogger Oliver Ellis feels the Force... Takeaways Different VOD channels have different content needs but all agreed they no longer need standard amount of eps or running length. Everything is possible The VOD services serve two audiences: Children for content but parents for approval of that content and for safety online. Co-viewing on VOD is a real point of difference To have impact online, content has to be high quality Detail Changemaker, Rich Keith,…

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CMC 2016: Report – Representation

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 11:43am by Heather McDaid

Does the children’s industry across both TV and toys represent diversity? Should global television and toy brands with cultural sway have any moral duty to do so? The speakers debated on how disability is viewed across the sector, how we can move away from stereotyping and what key brands are doing in this area. Takeaways Disability should be incidental, not the focus of a person It is so important for children to see themselves represented Detail The session and debate began with Alison Rayson explaining her reason for being at this years CMC conference. Eight years ago her son was born with Down’s Syndrome. She was working in TV and became severely aware of the lack of representation. The content…

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CMC 2016: Report – Making a Difference: Cultural Connections

Posted on: Thursday 07 July 2016 11:38am by Simon Bor

A changemaker and a panel appealed to the audience of content producers to help make that difference Takeaway: The creative industries are a way to reach that child in the margins Manchester has the 4th highest child poverty figures in England We must accept there are people out there that are not being reached Detail: Jon Spooner, Writer, Director, Founder and Creative Director of Unlimited Theatre, introduced changemaker Clara Jessop, Founding Director of Enabling Play. Clara asked the audience to picture the child that they create for. Is it somebody with learning difficulties? Probably not. She was brought up with a brother, an actor who happens to have Downs Syndrome. Had he been born before the 80s, he wouldn’t have…

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