Let's go over that again
Q: Do you take Interns?
A: Sometimes, But on a strictly limited basis, as we are a small studio. Applications are accepted via our Producers - see 'Internships'. If a place is available we'll post a notice on the site. Due to the high volume of enquiries that we receive - we regret that we are unable to guarantee any immediate feedback.
Q: Will you read my script?
A: No. We do NOT accept or read unsolicited scripts or story ideas for film or TV productions unless it is via a recognised literary agent or by request.
Q: Can I visit you?
A: No. We are a very small & very busy studio, so forgive us if we can't show you round.
Q: Will you visit us?
A: Maybe... but as much as we love visiting people, if we said yes to every invitation we would never get any work done, so it all depends. We do our best to organise lectures & presentations where we can, and we mentor students from time to time at our invitation. We have ties to the RCA, NFTS, NCCA, UCA, Gobelins, Supinfocom & the Filmakademie BW and many more fine institutions. Contact Production to see if we can come and talk to you, but understand why if we decline ...
Q: Will you help me on my thesis?
A: Nope. We do NOT do questionnaires or interviews for this. There's plenty of waffle from us out there in the web and really, we can't help you on this one. Sorry.
Q: Where do you get your ideas from?
A: If you have to ask, then answering you won't help ...
Q: What software do you use?
A: Pencils, Paper, the Adobe Suite and the tools of Autodesk. Occasionally some cardboard, paint & string.
Q: How long does it take to make your animation? How much does it cost?
A: Once we've worked out how much string we need, we cost it accordingly.
Q: What about Interns?
A: Like we said, we do take interns on a strictly limited basis, as we are a small studio. You keep asking though! My you are keen! That's always good, so applications are accepted via our Producers - see 'Internships' - and if & when a place is available we'll post a notice on the site.
Our one top tip for applicants is this: