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Simon Bor

Writer

Simon Bor

Simon studied Animation at Farnham, and, more recently, was awarded an MA in Professional Writing from Falmouth University.

He set up Honeycomb Animation with Sara Bor and has been involved in children’s television since the mid 1980s.

As a writer, Simon has co-written and created several shows including Milkshake’s ‘Funky Valley’. As a director and producer, he has been responsible for several half-hour specials and over 20 animated series including multi-award-winning ‘Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids’ and ‘Wolves, Witches and Giants’.

Simon’s book of prints, ‘Cambridge Lost in Time’, is available on Amazon, along with ‘Red Riding Hood’s Phone’, an updated version of the traditional tale.

Report – The Art of Personalisation and The Art of Discoverability

Posted on: Thursday 06 July 2017 1:06pm

The second two-for-one Art of… sessions took a look into the world of personalised publishing and how children will, or will not, discover your content Takeaway: Your child's data can be used to create a personalised book Find a niche. You are not going to be able to compete with…

Report - Kids - Do We Care… Enough?

Posted on: Wednesday 05 July 2017 4:44pm

Presenter and actor Cel Spellman, who starred as a child actor in 'Waterloo Road', examined how television professionals deal with working with children Takeaway: There are challenges (but good ones) in using children in TV programmes – with The Voice kids' version a prime example. There is no equity minimum for…

Report - Trade, Treaties & Taxes

Posted on: Wednesday 05 July 2017 3:58pm

Micky Rogers, MRM Inc., hosted this session on the burning questions about financing in the shadow of Brexit, and asked the experts: where are the risks and where are the opportunities? Takeaway: Bad news: No deal on Brexit would not be good for the industry Good news: Co-productions under existing treaties…

Report - Opening Keynote

Posted on: Wednesday 05 July 2017 2:16am

The full session is available here as a video and as a podcast: Broadcaster Nihal Arthanayake introduced the two keynote speakers from BBC, James Purnell, Director of BBC Radio & Education, and Alice Webb, Director of BBC Children’s and Director of BBC North, to discuss the details of the BBC’s…

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