Thursday 25 November 2010

Joseph Rowntree Foundation: The Housing Maze

Simon and Dan from Biomation have just finished production on an animated film for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation called The Housing Maze: Young people's stories. It's been a long process to complete, working with around 30 young people across Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland and England to script and record vocals, and then for Simon and Dan to animate it. You can watch the finished film here:

Wednesday 25 August 2010

Top 5 Tips film to be screened to international audience

We are very pleased that our 'Top 5 tips for communicating with Deaf young people' film will be shown as part of the programme at the 8th European Congress on Mental Health and Deafness: Healthy Deaf Minds in Europe.

This is organised by:

British Society for Mental Health on Deafness - promoting healthy deaf minds

More details on them here: and on the Congress here:

Monday 16 August 2010

Biomation - Friends film

We've just finished a week at Lime Trees working on the latest Biomation film, which is about Friends. It was a really good week, and the rough cut is looking great. There is some post-production to do, and then we'll upload the final film here - Watch this space!

Friday 21 May 2010

New Biomation Project...

We are currently busy planning the latest Biomation project, and are pleased to be working with a group of young people and Bron Urwin at Lime Trees (York CAMHS)

The project will investigate the nature of 'friendship' and promises to produce another useful and insightful piece....

Watch this space for new info!

Biomation at Eureka!

Excitingly, the Biomation exhibition unit has been delivered to Eureka! the National Children's Museum in Halifax. We are really pleased about this as it will bring the exhibition to a whole new audience. More details to follow...

Monday 22 February 2010

Our latest film and Film Festival News!

This is our latest film - Survival Tips for Deaf teenagers. Enjoy!!

We are very pleased to announce that this film, as well as our film 'Top 5 Tips for Deaf young people' will be shown at Deaffest 2010 in May this year. It's a highly regarded film festival and we are very happy that they will be showing the films. You can find out more at:

A short animation made by a group of Deaf teenagers giving survival tips for awkward situations that sometimes come up in everyday life. Both funny and useful, this is an invaluable guide for any Deaf teenagers, their friends and family, and especially for bus drivers..!

Here are a few pictures from the week spent with the group creating the film (Click on them for bigger versions):