- The Future of Indie Film in UK & Ireland.
- Do you need to build your own Creative Cluster?
- What Will the Sector Deal Ever Do for You – Investors?
- What Will the Sector Deal do for You – Universities and Major Companies/Institutions?
- What will the Creative Industries Sector Deal Ever do for You – Freelancers and Micro-Companies?
Category Archives: Creative Champions
The Creative Industries Sector Deal, published recently by the UK Government, sets out a range of goals and actions designed to help the creative industries and its partners. However, in the light of the famous Monty Python line “What have … Continue reading
At a time of great uncertainty this blog is about our web name BCre8ive.eu. Initially chosen because someone had parked on bcre8ive.com on the very day we were searching for domain names and was demanding money for us to use … Continue reading
Karrie Fransman is a BCre8ive Creative Champion1, author of ‘The House That Groaned’ and creates comic strips for The Guardian, Telegraph and The Times. Here she writes about her top tips on how to become a great graphic novelist – … Continue reading
This blog is written by one of BCre8ive’s Creative Champions, Leslie Stewart. Leslie Stewart has worked for the BBC, Channel 4 and ITV as a writer and director. His credits include the drama strands Play For Today, Screen Two (writer/director), … Continue reading
This week’s tips are from Jocelyn Stevenson a children’s media professional. Jocelyn has worked for over 40 years in children’s media as a writer, creator, producer and executive producer. Her credits include Sesame Street, Fraggle Rock, The Magic Schoolbus, Bob … Continue reading
This blog is based on 5 Creative Ideas from BCre8ive’s Creative Champion David Sproxton. Dave is co-founder and Executive Chair of Aardman Animation working on projects from Morph and Wallace and Gromit to Shaun the Sheep. In no particular order … Continue reading