David Bickerstaff, our Creative Director has directed a film about one of the greatest renaissance craftsmen, Michelangelo. The film explores his spectacular works and through his own words reveals an insight into the character of this celebrated figure.
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Many of the scripts for Newangle’s interactive and immersive projects are written by Violet Berlin, and this week you can hear her speak about her life and work at the W.IN event for London Games Week on Friday 7th April at 2pm. Violet began writing scripts for us back in 2004 and is currently writing our digital games and films for an exciting new space museum.
Newangle’s immersive installation ‘A Poem of a House’ has been awarded the National Trust’s highly coveted ‘Best Storytelling’ award. The award was announced at their annual Experiences Awards ceremony as one of only nine categories. ‘A Poem of a House’ is open to the public at Red House.
As part of Wex Photographic’s #MoreThanAnImage film series, former Newangler Hannah Laycock features in a short film that looks at her use of photography as a way to explore and cope with her MS.
A Poem of a House’ tells the story of William and May Morris’ family and friends during their time at Red House. Newangle produced this immersive projection which brings the history of the house to life through the voice of a female narrator.
Newangle has moved to a new home in Wapping at Metropolitan Wharf.
We have been adhering to the Living Wage for a long time but we are delighted to announce that we have now been officially accredited! The Living Wage is an hourly rate set independently and updated annually, based on the cost of living in the UK. We believe that every member of staff deserves the Living Wage.
We are currently looking for creative and production staff to join our team at our East London office! Freelance and long-term contracts are available.
Creative roles include:
Creative Director; Senior, Mid-weight and Junior Designers (fluent Arabic advantageous); Video Editor; Motion Designer; Interactive Designer; Programmer and Assistant Sound Designer.
Production roles include:
Producer, Assistant Producer, fluent Arabic Producer.
Applicants should have an interest in innovative digital media and the museum sector.
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our latest AV content at Kensington palace has opened.
The exhibition features an updated display of dresses and accessories from the collection of HM The Queen, Princess Margaret and Diana, Princess of Wales.
Newangle produced four films which explore the style evolution of these three royal women.
Very proud and excited to see ex-Newangler Hannah Laycock's latest solo exhibition open in Glasgow's Six Foot Gallery this month.
Hannah's experimental new series truthfully explores her diagnosis and management of Multiple Sclerosis. For more info: Portrait of Home - Institute for Photography in Scotland - Season of Photography 2015.
'I could not talk about 7/7 bombing... So I made a film'
Georgina Ferguson, one of our regular freelancers, has produced a moving animation on her tragic experience in the London bombings 10 years ago. We are touched and proud.
Watch the full video on Vimeo.
We have recently produced a digital interactive programme of the Book of Tributes for the Museum of London. The book was produced in memory of the victims of the 7/7 bombings in London 2005.
A great write up in Museum's Journal this month about our Audiovisual work at Swansea's National Waterfront Museum, 2005.
'I think it's a really interesting example of a bold attempt to do something different, and it has survived well. When we first started we said that after five years we were going to have to rip some of it out. But this was not the case. Although it's not whizzo in terms of what you can get even on your smartphone today, it's still, compared with a lot of museums, a very high spec, slick approach to interactive interpretation.'
Steph Mastoris, Head of National Waterfront Museum, Swansea
Our team have been working across four large international projects that are due to be installed in the next few months. These projects have included the largest scope of work Newangle's delivered in our company history, brought new highly talented team members through our doors, and seen Newanglers travelling around the globe to many inspiring locations. We hope to reveal the details of these projects soon.
Newangle's Creative Director, David Bickerstaff, has directed the feature film 'Vincent Van Gogh - A new way of seeing', out in cinemas from the 14th April 2015. The film by Seventh Art Productions for Exhibition on Screen explores the artist's great works at the Van Gogh Museum. Interviews with curators and dramatisations of Van Gogh's letters re-tell the biography of one of the world's most notorious artists. To find out more about the film visit the Christie's website for an article and interview with David.