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An Spidéal,

Co. na Gaillimhe

091 558600

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Captain Morten Nominated for Best Irish Feature Film - Irish Animation Awards 2019

Captain Morten and the Spider Queen has been nominated in the Best Irish Feature Film or Special category in the Irish Animation Awards 2019.

Best Irish Feature Film or Special

Angela’s Christmas– Damien O’Connor/ Brown Bag Films

Captain Morten the Spider Queen– Kaspar Jancis, Telegael

Hopscotch and the Christmas Tree– Katerina Vykhodtsev, Ink & Light

The Breadwinner– Nora Twomey, Cartoon Saloon

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Telegael Are Hiring - Storyboard Artists

Storyboard Artist

Project: Berry Bees - 2D FLASH/ANIMATE

Start date: February 2019

End date: July 2019

Job Type: Freelance

Telegael are looking for experienced Storyboard Artists to start with immediate effect on one of our new TV series ‘Berry Bees’. Ideal candidates should have a minimum of 1-years experience as a Storyboard Artist on a 2D animation production for TV. Knowledge of Toonboom Storyboard Pro software is preferred.

Responsibilities

  • Create Storyboards for 12 min episodes in Toonboom Storyboard Pro.

  • Work from a script, briefing notes and design fun-pack.

  • Adhere to production deadlines.

  • Take direction well, follow Directors' notes and changes, and make the required revisions.

Please email your application including links to your online portfolio and/or demo-reel to morgan@telegael.com and specify ‘Storyboard Position’ in the Subject.

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Berry Bees

‘Who says adult spies should have all the crime-fighting fun?

Berry Bees is 33% savvy spy smarty-pantsing, 33% LOL hilarity and 34% buzz-kicking action. That’s 100% KFTW (Kids For The Win) entertainment.  

A high-energy, hilarious, spy show featuring three extraordinarily talented 10-year old girls named Bobby, Lola and Juliette.  Seemingly ordinary school-age children who have been selected by the B.I.A. (Bee Intelligence Agency) for those special spy missions in which only child agents can be used. Together the girls are known as the Berry Bees.

When the world’s top-secret villains unleash their mayhem and the Berry Bees are summoned, Bobby, Lola and Juliette become mistresses of disguise, secret undercover agents, astute mentalists and mostly… buzz-kicking martial arts experts who use awesome berry-themed gadgets to help them save the day.

Whenever adult agents are too old to find a way, our kid spies are summoned to save the day. ‘


Captain Morten Nominated for Two 2018 Emile Awards

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The European Animation Awards Association’s shortlist for it’s second-annual Emile Awards has been released, the rewards were launched last year to celebrate the best in European animation.

‘Captain Morten and the Spider Queen’ has been nominated in two categories - Best Direction in a Feature Film and Best Character Animation in a Feature Film. This year’s ceremony will take place Dec. 7-8, in Lille, France.

Best Direction in a Feature Film

  • “Another Day of Life,” Raúl de la Fuente & Damian Nenow (Poland, Spain, Belgium, Germany)

  • “Captain Morten and the Spider Queen,” Kaspar Jancis, Henry Nicholson & Riho Unt (Estonia, Belgium, Ireland, U.K.)

  • “Funan,” Denis Do (France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Cambodia)

  • “Teheran Tabu,” Ali Soozandeh (Germany, Austria)

  • “The Breadwinner,” Nora Twomey (Ireland, Luxembourg, Canada)

Best Character Animation in a Feature Film

  • “Captain Morten and the Spider Queen,” Mart Kivi & Sam Turner (key animators) (Estonia, Belgium, Ireland, U.K.)

  • “Early Man,” Early Man character animation team (U.K.)

  • “Luis & the Aliens,” Jo Bub & Luis and The Aliens animation team (Germany, Luxembourg, Denmark)

  • “The Breadwinner,” Fabian Erlinghäuser, John Walsh, Lorraine Lordan, Jeremy Purcell, Viktor Ens, Nicolas Debray, Geoff King & Emmanuel Asquier-Brassart (animators) (Ireland, Luxembourg, Canada)

  • “Zombillenium,” Julien Belloteau, Arthur de Pins, Alexis Ducord, Marie-Laure Guisset, Jeanne Irzenski, David Nasser & Romain Vacher (animators) (France, Belgium)

Captain Morten and the Spider Queen Wins First Award

Captain Morten and The Spider Queen, the recently completed Estonian/Irish/Belgian /Welsh coproduction has picked up the Best Animated Feature award at the Schlingel festival for Children and young people in Chemnitz in Germany. It beat off competition from 124 films from 51 countries, including “The Breadwinner” and “White Fang”. Schlingel is the biggest festival of its kind in Germany. The prize was awarded by the German Institute for Animated Film, DIAF.

This is what they said about it:

A boy whose greatest wish is to be taken on a great sea voyage by his father and who dreams of being captain of his own ship. The best donuts in the world, a treasure holding a ship together, and out-of-control magic cannon to be used only by people who know what they are doing. These are just some of the ingredients for this boundlessly imaginative adventure with excellent animation and lovingly crafted characters. An enchanting and adorable story, told in an original and detailed way.

The film, made in stop motion animation, is in great demand at festivals and is beginning to find theatrical distribution, having recently been released in France. It is the first feature of Estonian director, Kaspar Jancis, who said “It’s great to pick up an award at a festival for children and young people. This is first and foremost a family film and is not just for animation fans.”

More about the festival:

Prizes 2018:

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'Morten' Screened at IFI Family Festival 2018

Neil Delamere pictured at the ‘Captain Morten’ screening as part of Irish Film Institute Family Festival August 31st – September 2nd. 

Young Morten’s life with his cruel aunt is not so happy and he dreams of joining his father at sea. One day, he is mysteriously transformed to the size of an insect, aboard a tiny boat in his aunt’s café. As the water rises, Morten and his insect crew struggle bravely to save the ship. Before returning to normal size, Morten has to grow up very quickly! Highly original, exciting and fun, this is a salty tale with a difference.

Captain Morten is Ireland’s first stop-motion feature animation, created by talented animators from the west of Ireland, Estonia, Wales and Belgium. Six years in the making, the film has an amazing array of characters and an all-Irish voice cast. Models used in the making of the film were on display during the festival.