Archives for Character Animation

All the Prime Minister’s Men

Using google's streetview, older archive and the detailed testimony of the victim himself we were able to remodel the streets of Dhaka, Bangladesh which provided the scene for a brutal murder of a young political activist
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Al Jazeera Investigations Unit – Call for tips

So what have you observed that might make an interesting lead for any investigation? Well here’s what you can do to start the investigation… Al Jazeera’s branded colours used to great effect here in this instructional animated film.  
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Dispatches – Starbucks & Nespresso: The Truth About Your Coffee

Our team created gritty, location based graphics for an investigation launched by Channel 4 on major coffee companies such as Starbucks and Nespresso using children to pick their coffee beans in Guatemala for pennies. Animated by our team members, Maya Remenyi and Matilde Sousa.
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BBC Panorama – How to save the High St.

For more than a century, our high streets have been key to our communities, but now, with one in ten shops sitting empty, they are in crisis. In this BBC Panorama, business journalist Adam Shaw investigates the government’s plans to spend millions of pounds reviving run-down town centres and other trends. Graphics-wise we’ve added some nameplates, included in the title and contributed two graphic sequences revealing the most recent stats on changing trends.
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Ben Stokes – What a year – Red Bull Film

Towards the end of 2019 Ben Stokes was awarded the BBC ‘Sports Personality of the Year’ award. This film outlines the great year he had with the help of some cool animated reconstructions of the action. The film was produced and directed by Stamp Productions.
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Anatomy of a Bribe

This is a story of how foreign companies plunder Africa’s natural resources. Using confidential documents provided to Al Jazeera by Wikileaks, “Anatomy of a Bribe” exposes the government ministers and public officials willing to sell off Namibia’s assets in return for millions of dollars in bribes. Exclusive testimony from a whistleblower who worked for Samherji, Iceland’s largest fishing company reveals that his employers instructed him to bribe ministers and even the president in return for fishing rights worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
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