Keyframe had it’s 3rd annual seminar this month and hosted a number of talks and workshops from some of the country’s most talented creatives. Keyframe 3 was an excellent source of knowledge for students, those who are beginning in the field of VFX, but also for seasoned professionals! Similar events are few and far between and
I applied for a work placement / animation internship in GLUE in April and was pleased to receive a quick response from Ray Mongey, the Managing Director. He invited me for a chat in their office located (at the time) in Mill Street, South Dublin.
We’re only half way through the year so far, but 2015 has overall proven to be a really busy year for us, one which has seen GLUE continue to expand and grow, from the small operation it began as (in 2013) to the thriving company it is today.
We would like to thank all of our clients and Facebook friends for you support in 2014 and we wish you all a happy and successful new year in all your endeavours! In this weeks blog we discuss 2014 and look forward to 2015!
With three weeks to go, the second annual Visual Effects and Animation Summit will take place again this year in Dublin on the 28th, 29th and 30th November. We were lucky enough to ask Laura Livingstone a few questions about this event.
This week the Irish Government announced it’s budget for 2015 and rather surprisingly it came with some great funding news for the Irish film, television and animation industry!
GLUE decided to let our hair down and rolled along to the second annual Dublin Comic Con 2014 in Dublin’s National Show Centre. In recent years, the world of ‘geek culture’ as a whole has become more accepted and accessible, with our cult favourites now becoming household names.