Last month, Pixar founder and president Ed Catmull did an interview with Martin Giles of The Economist. The interview gives some great insight into Pixar’s style of management and creative process and is well worth watching.] Read Article
I recently did an interview with Spoiler Alert Radio on all things Brown Bag - from how & when we set up, right up to the work we are doing now.
Its a pretty long interview, and if I had known I would have grabbed a chair as I was standing up so long I started to get out of breath!
There are some other good interviews on the site, including this one with Herve de Crecy, one of the...] Read Article
Granny O’Grimm’s Sleeping Beauty picked up two Pulcinella Awards at the prestigious Cartoons On The Bay festival in Italy at the weekend.
Granny was awarded the Best Animated Short prize, and a special award for Best Animated Character.
Well done Granny!] Read Article
Last Saturday, the Lord Mayor, Councilor Emer Costello invited Brown Bag Films to the Mansion House for a reception in our honour. This was a moment we were deeply proud of and almost 70 Brown Baggers enjoyed the evening at the Lord Mayor’s historic residence on Dawson Street.
Accompanying the Lord Mayor was her...] Read Article
Each year Brown Bag Films judges the animation category for the Fresh Film Festival. The festival showcases the work of Irish filmmakers under the age of 18, and arranges a programme of youth film events throughout the year.
This year the festival took place from the 22nd - 25th March, and the Brown Bag Animation Award was awarded to Alfie Hollingsworth & Dylan Bickerton (aged 14), for...] Read Article
Last week we had a new visitor to Brown Bag, as Granny O’Grimm made herself at home in the studio - all 30 cm of her!
Created by artist Grazyna Chyla-Kaczmarek, Granny was brought to life as a 30cm figurine, seated on her favourite chair reading ‘Sleeping Beauty’.
Grazyna created Granny’s body and hair from air dough,...] Read Article