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Channel 4 Peers Deep into British Life with Infinite New Broadcast IDs

The long history of innovative Channel 4 branding reached an apex of sorts this week with the release of five detail-packed broadcast IDs assembled from 25 looping scenes created by 17 independent creatives, artists, and filmmakers. [Watch]

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Sam Gainsborough Animates “Shaping Us” Film for The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood

Blinkink mixed media director Sam Gainsborough’s ample claymation talents are on full display in this new spot for The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood which was founded by Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, in 2021. [Watch]

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Job, Joris & Marieke Release Trailer for Their New Kid’s Series “SWOP”

Oscar-nominated Dutch animation studio Job, Joris & Marieke just released the trailer for their new kid’s show SWOP, a 12 x 10′ episode series based on their International Emmy-winning short film Kop Op. [Watch]

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Revolut “Your Way In” Spot by Craig Gillespie and Time Based Arts

Working with Wieden+Kennedy London, MJZ director Craig Gillespie (Cruella, I, Tonya) and VFX house Time Based Arts crash fearlessly thru walls of all sorts to empower money underdogs for British bank Revolut. [Watch]

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“This Tape Deck is a Time Machine” Teaser by Patrick Osborne and Nexus

Nexus director Patrick Osborne, who won the Best Animated Short Film Oscar for Feast in 2014, gives us a peek at the future of animation production with this teaser for his new real-time animated series created using Unreal Engine. [Watch]

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“The Sam Story” Short Film by Richard Noble

Starting with the true story of American twins Jim Lewis, Jim Springer, and their freakishly identical lives after being separated at birth, Richard Noble’s RCA grad film looks beyond the spooky coincidences into the concept of free will. [Watch]