Wednesday, 22 February 2017

How Do You Get An Animated TV Series Off The Ground? Giles Pilbrow Reveals The Secrets

Giles Pilbrow
On Wednesday 1 March Escape Studios is hosting another "Evening With...", this time with Giles Pilbrow: cartoonist, animator and one of the writers of the UK's longest-running satirical magazine, Private Eye.

Giles also brought the Horrible Histories to TV, and is the creator of the CBBC series Scream Street.

So come along on March 1st at our High Holborn Campus and find out how you might get your own animated TV series off the ground.

It goes without saying that here at Escape Studios we train animators for the industry - giving them real skills to make them job-ready and employable.

Meet The Creator of Scream Street
But what if you wanted to take your own animation idea to the screen? What if our students have a world-beating idea for a TV series - how would they get that made? 

Giles will be talking about how animated TV series get made. This is a superb event for everyone who would like to find out more about animation, and in particular about how to pitch your own ideas successfully, and how the industry actually works.

And if that isn't enough for you, there will - as ever - be free pizza and beer.

What is this all about?
Giles even co-writes Private Eye
It's the latest in our series of "Evenings With" events, windows into the animation and VFX industry.  These events are free and a great opportunity to find out what makes the industry tick, and start to build contacts. We recommend all our students attend events like this one whenever they can.

Where and When?
Wednesday March 1st at 6:30 PM at our 190 High Holborn campus.

How much is it?
It's free!

Is there really free beer? And free pizza?
There is!

Where can I find out more?
See the official Facebook Page here.

How do you sign up? 
We have limited space, and seats will be available on first come first serve basis so register at EventBrite to get your free ticket now here:

The Escape Studios Animation Blog offers a personal view on the art of animation and visual effects. To find out more about our new BA/MArt, now recruiting for September 2017, follow this link.   To apply, visit the official page here.

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