cotland Awards 2021, including the games nominees – Amicable Animal (SOLAS 128), Blazing Griffin (Murder Mystery Machine) and Bitloom (Phogs).
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.
DI4D, the Glasgow-founded facial performance capture company has launched PURE4D, a brand new facial capture solution, aimed at next-generation videogames creators, which promises to be the most efficient and scalable on the market.
Vision Scotland, the first dedicated industry event for Scotland’s screen industry – including videogames – has announced new dates for its inaugural expo.
The murky, complicated, and morally dubious history of the world’s favourite block-based puzzle game is coming to the big screen, with the announcement of a new Tetris Movie, starring Taron Egerton, which is being shot in Scotland.
Applications are now open for the 2017 BAFTA Guru programme. BAFTA Guru puts people with up to a year’s experience in the film, TV or games sectors in front of a range of industry professionals, …
Blazing Griffin, the Edinburgh-based game development studio has announced that the company is expanding to incorporate film and post-production capabilities to the company. The company’s ambition is to become one of the country’s first truly …
Attention game developers and digital companies – especially (but not limited to) those in Edinburgh – Innovate UK (the organisation formerly known as the technology strategy board) is to invest up to £1 million in …