Following the success of our trivago campaign, we’ve taken some time to interview members of the talented crew involved. Hetty was one of the model making team who helped to hand-craft each beautiful set, prop and character featured in the film. Here’s what Hetty has to say… Read More
It’s that time of year again where we open the doors to our stop-frame animation studio, inviting you back for another Macmillan Coffee morning, which will be taking place on Friday 14th September from 10am-12pm. Read More
Our latest downloadable guide is focused on understanding your audience – which is where all great video content begins. After all, animated video wont engage, educate or inspire if your audience don’t associate with it – regardless of how good it looks.
It’s that time of year when animation graduates all over the country pack up their university bags and prepare to enter the big wide world of animation. Read More
As you may have seen we’ve been producing downloadable guides on all things animation for clients and followers like yourselves. Following the positive response from this, we’ve completed another which focuses on everything you need to know when making an animated explainer. Read More
Being an 80’s kid, and before everyone had a Nintendo console, entertainment came in the shape of action figures and morning television. Each morning after my dad had left for work, I would sit with my fold-out tray balanced over my legs with a bowl of Coco-pops and watch Ivor the Engine without fail. Read More
To mark World Refugee day we’d like to highlight some of the films A+C has made with young unaccompanied asylum seekers over the past 10 years. As well as being an animation production company based just outside of London, A+C has made over 400 animated films with young people including refugees in Kent. Read More
Here’s our new online stop-motion film to highlight the impact of plastic pollution for World Oceans Day. It was created out of concern that the UK will use 4.1 billion single use drink cups and lids this year, according to the WWF. Read More