Dream Projects
 

 
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How we work

Our mission is to re-invent the moving images in all its amazing narrative and non narrative forms using high and low definition film and video, animation, programming, visual art and (VR) virtual reality. To explore new frontiers for advertising commercials, music video, documentary and full length films. We work with the best directors producers, programmers artist and storytellers. To make the most compelling visual solutions possible for our commissioners and clients worldwide. To master the moving image and sound format, and create the next generation moments that is something everyone will talk about.

Understanding your needs

We will understand your needs, develop solutions through dialogue and produce the highest quality product which does your organisation proud, projecting your ideas and aspirations. We will support you to achieve your goals by creating your unique and stylish identity, underpinning your objectives and ensuring that you are the highest profile “go to” organisation in your field.

Our Team

Our co-hesive team of dynamic talented and experienced creatives has over 20 years experience. We lead the way in developing bespoke and cutting edge solutions for our clients. Our award winning production company accesses the highest calibre skills and technicians to achieve the high quality outcome you expect.

Our flexible, responsive and thorough programme management ensures that your production is delivered on time, on budget  with a liberal sprinkling of the Evewright Studio dream dust.

 

 
 

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Stop motion animation film 'British Alien' shows at Firstsite Gallery as part of 'The Britishness Project.'

The Britshness Project  |  Firstsite Gallery
Sat 17 March – Sun 17 June 2018

   Title: British Alien 9.26mins. Stop Motion Animation. © EVEWRIGHT and Harwich & Dovercourt School

Title: British Alien 9.26mins. Stop Motion Animation. © EVEWRIGHT and Harwich & Dovercourt School

EVEWRIGHT STUDIO PRODUCTIONS worked with students at Harwich & Dovercourt school, using drawing, stop motion animation to produce an exciting film installation that explored several themes about what it means to be young, British and different in the United Kingdom today. For many of the students this has been the first time they have worked with moving image in combination with art as a means of expression.

The Britishness Project' is a groundbreaking exhibition that explores national identity through art. From September to December 2017, eight professional artists undertook residencies for one term at seven schools and education organisations in Colchester, Harlow and Harwich. During this time, the artists and students aged from 7 to 16 investigated notions of Britishness through art-making. The project used engagement with visual arts to enable young people to explore issues of identity and Britishness in the context of the recent European Referendum.

The residencies have created content for a major exhibition at Firstsite, showcasing work made by young people in a gallery with an international profile. A total of eight projects are exhibited, including a display of loans from the collections of the Colchester and Ipswich Museums that has been curated by students.

The projects consist of works in a variety of mediums including collage, stop motion animation, sculpture and photography, and engage with ideas of identity, landscape, sub-culture, democracy and political voice. By inviting young people to speak up about issues that affect them and their future, The Britishness Project is an opportunity to generate wide-ranging conversations in a public forum on the shifting social, geographic and political identity of Britain.

The projects consist of works in a variety of mediums including collage, stop motion animation, sculpture and photography, and engage with ideas of identity, landscape, sub-culture, democracy and political voice. 

 

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