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Category Archives: Creative Tools
Every year major film awards are made in the world the Oscar’s; the BAFTAS; EFA, Palme D’Or; BIFA, Sundance, IFFA etc. with much press coverage, celebrations, disappointments, box office boosts and some disbelief. However, what genre is most likely to … Continue reading
In a previous blog I have written about the importance of collaborative education, and how in Scotland a portal and resources have been set up for people to use to enhance this in schools. In this blog I will set … Continue reading
Five weeks after Nesta and the Arts Council launched their crowd funding pilot for arts projects this blog looks at where we are with crowdfunding creative projects, and how do you obtain grants etc. to help your funding campaign. Crowdfunding … Continue reading
This blog sets out the basic issues you need to take on board as an animator, writer or developer looking to explore and create in the new Virtual Reality(VR) spaces. VR is developing fast and the opportunities for storytelling are … Continue reading
This blog has been written by Tony Colingwood, founder of Collingwood & Co, partners in Bcre8ive’s Lab. Tony Collingwood produced his debut film RARG in 1988. His credit list includes the specials The King’s Beard, Eddy & the Bear and … Continue reading
This blog is an extract from Chris Trengove’s blog on ‘Can you Learn to write?’ Chris is a BCre8ive Creative Champion, one of our team of experienced advisors who support our work on developing new ideas, mentoring talent, and creative … Continue reading
Development is a process of discovery especially in the early stages, what seemed like a great idea an hour ago when put to the test of a few simple questions may have some obvious limitations. The point is not that … Continue reading
Why research is important to narratives? Creatives research in order to be able to develop their work, to create worlds they have not experienced, and to avoid actually creating something!. Research, and particularly interviewing people, generates the raw material from … Continue reading
In a month where new monies are announced for cross platform production, games funding, and media and content convergence the focus appears to be on the tech part of the creative industries rather than the content, yet it is the … Continue reading
This blog is one of an occasional series which identifies digital options for creatives from Phil Parker, co-founder of BCre8ive.. Creating on the move and in particular with tablets is now a big opportunity for creative but which apps, given … Continue reading