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The Line: Ciclope Festival 2016 Opening Film

Writer/director Bjørn-Erik Aschim, his mates at London directing collective The Line, and prodco Friends Electric opened the 2016 Ciclope Festival in Berlin last week with this rich feast of environments and landscapes inspired by British Travel Posters of the 1930s. [Read more]

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The Line Unleash “Leo’s Red Carpet Rampage”

While many odds makers forecast Mr. DiCaprio finally taking home the Best Actor Oscar this year, London animation collective The line leave Leo’s quest for golden hardware in your hands via their new game “Leo’s Red Carpet Rampage.” [Read more]

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Freeview Play Branding and Launch Spot

UK digital television platform Freeview (a joint venture between the BBC, ITV, Sky, and Channel 4), is turning heads this week with sleek and vibrant branding from DixonBaxi and an ambitious two-minute animated spot co-directed by Sam Taylor and Bjorn-Erik Aschim at The Line and Sam Brown at Rogue. [Read more]

Boom! Stash 113 Drops

Stash 113 inducts another 31 brilliant motion projects into the Stash Permanent Collection complete with behind-the-scenes features plus exclusive interviews with the animation, VFX and design talent behind the work. [Read more]

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Have a Look at the Campaign “We Get You” Ads Banned in Cannes

In an attempt to show how misunderstood ad folks are in the real world, Saatchi and Saatchi and Campaign Magazine commissioned London directing collective The Line to create these ads to run on billboards around Cannes during the 2015 Lions Festival. They were banned on day one. [Read more]

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The Line: “Everything I Can See from Here”

London animation collective The Line follow up their stellar “Easy” music video for Mat Zo & Porter Robinson with this atmospheric and wonderfully dry self-funded 2D animated short film directed by Bjorn Aschim and Sam Taylor. The film, effectively using a vertical aspect ratio, was hammered out “working evenings, [Read more]