Distinctive Developments is a well-established mobile games developer based in Sheffield City Centre. They develop on all major mobile platforms including iOS, Android, Bada and Palm. They require a QA Tester:
In September 2010 I graduated with a 2:1 in Media Production. In the midst of rising graduate unemployment, I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to get a job in television. Little did I know that a year later I would achieve my first TV Credits as ‘Offline Editor’ for a new children’s TV series: Cartoonito Tales.
Submissions open for new Lincolnshire film festival! ‘Lincoln Shorts’ is now accepting video submissions for its second ever event – confirmed to take place at the Lincoln Drill Hall on March 7th, 2012. There are only two criteria for submitting video to Lincoln Shorts – it must have a local connection, and it must be less than five minutes long. Filmmakers can submit their material here
Animation graduate John Bowen, together with Media graduates Paul Hope, David Robinson, Josh Pearce went to the BBC Lincolnshire studio last week to talk about their RTS nomination on Melvyn Prior’s show at 10am.
You may just be in time to catch the interview on BBC iPlayer
“What Does Otto See?” Directed by Neil Baker (Electric Egg) has won Best UK Animated Short at the Cornwall International Film Festival.
Otto, a decrepit busking hobo, bashes out a jaunty tune on his toy piano to amuse passers by and hopefully earn him the odd coin. But on a pavement full of street maestros why would anyone spare a penny for old Otto?
Hi there, Daz Scales here from Backyard Productions, a fan film group from the UK. I also graduated with Masters in Media Production thanks to the University of Lincoln.
You might be interested to know that I am producing a series of video diaries of the production process. As well as detailing the progress I also pass on my ‘wisdom’ of making films for free (well almost free).
I would like to invite all film makers, animators, artists and creative types to submit a short (max 2 mins) film for the Frequency Festivals closing event.
Frequency Festival of Digital Culture is a week long event celebrating digital arts and culture, with art, events, workshops and happenings unfolding across Lincoln’s city centre from 21st till 29th October.