The Scottish Games Network recently sat down with Michael Zaman and Traci Tufte from Axis Studios, to talk about the company's growing use of 'realtime' technology, and it's work in games, film, and TV.
Axis Studios, the animation and visual effects giant, headquartered in Glasgow, has released its incredible showreels, highlighting the key projects from 2021.
The UK Global Screen Fund is a £7 million, one-year pilot fund designed to boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK’s independent screen sectors, including film, TV, videogames and animation.
Beyond Games is a brand new event and website from Steel Media, which explores the impact of videogames on our wider creative world. (And we have an exclusive discount code for you).
Entries are now open for the BAFTA Scotland Guru Live Online programme. Guru is a virtual festival aimed at helping new up-and-coming talent in film, games and television get to the next stage in their career.
Screen Facilities Scotland, the organisation which represents everything in Scotland's screen industry which isn't a production company, has officially launched Vision Scotland, it's first ever industry conference. Vision Scotland is a dedicated screen and media industry exhibition and trade event showcasing Scotland’s creative production, services, facilities, and professionals to the global industry - and because... Continue Reading →
The Captured Actor is a 2019 documentary, created by writer Iain Lowson, for the Royal Conservatoire in Glasgow. The film is an exploration of the opportunities being created for performing arts and drama students within the rapidly evolving videogames industry.
The UK Games Fund is inviting Scottish Games Network members (i.e. you lot) to join them - and a plethora of games development sector experts - at the exclusive Scottish premiere of the Tranzfuser documentary. The event takes place at the Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre on Friday 24th November, from 10:30am-12:00. It's free to attend, but space... Continue Reading →
Edinburgh-based Krotos, the company behind the Dehumaniser voice processor (awesome for making roars, screams, moans and other monster-type sounds for games, VR and animation...) has raised a 'six figure sum' in its most recent round of investment. The investment was led by Old College Capital, the investment arm of Edinburgh University and Leslie Benzies, the... Continue Reading →