Animators draw out some useful lessons from lockdown
Animation studios turned to remote working during the pandemic, and found to their surprise that it offered them new opportunities
It is difficult to find anyone working in the creative industries who would say that Covid-19 has been kind to them. But some sectors have at least been able to find ways to work around it, and chief among them is animation.
Almost two years into the pandemic, some Irish animation studios have turned out productions that were made entirely remotely. One of them is Royals Next Door, a children’s series centred around a royal...
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