Saturday December 14, 2019

Design: Irish animation set for further success

22nd August, 2015
Animated film Two by Two was produced by Galway-based Moetion Films

With five Oscar nominations since 2002 and a sector valuation of €150 million, the Irish animation industry is thriving. The sale last week of award-winning Dublin animation studio Brown Bag Films to 9 Story Media Group for a projected sum of €40 million is a further boost to the sector, with news of 50 more jobs to come at the company.

There are about 30 animation companies in Ireland, the vast majority of which are indigenous outfits, producing...

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