Here's a sample of what we've been up to:
2 x 1 hr - Drama-doc for BBC, ZDF, Arte and ZDFE that looks at the science of size and how it affects our world. Combining amazing special effects and real-life science, we see what happens to an average Joe who lives in a parallel universe just like ours – except the size of things keep changing. In this episode, Planet Earth grows to the size of Jupiter, the sun gets big ideas and Joe turns into a giant. Along the way, we take a ride in a Eurofighter typhoon, sit on a giant pumpkin and meet the world’s tallest man.
A Day in the Life of Earth
2 x 1 hr for BBC, CBC, France TV, ZDFE. If you thought the Earth needed millions of years to change, it’s time to think again! This film uses the latest science to reveal how much our planet can change in just one single day. The earth makes a mountain of new rock every hour and is not only constantly changing shape but is also losing weight. In fact every day, you wake up on a completely different planet.
How to Think Like a Computer
10 x 3 minutes for BBC Bitesize. Imagine you had a computer for a flat mate - how would you get it do what you wanted? This series for teenagers explains how computers think so you can make them work for you.
Quarx - Series 1
26 episodes - Quarx is a madcap series of scripted films for kids. Have you ever wondered what would happen if we could change the laws of physics? Watch this and find out. But we warn you - it isn't pretty. From a pet black hole that goes out of control to a world overrun with giant insects, the Quarx lurch from the brink of one apocalypse to another.
7 x 4 mins - Series of animations for the BBC about life in the ancient world. So if you've ever wondered what it's like to grow up in Ancient Egypt, how to play Mayan Football or what the Sumerians did for us then this is the series for you.
6 x 3 mins - Screen Glue was commissioned to make a series of animations for the London Science Museum's big new gallery opening 'Information Age'. Also in the series - the first transatlantic cable, the world's first business computer and the radio that launched the BBC. Light-hearted, quirky and warm, these films are the easy way to scientific enlightenment.
Quarx - Pilot
Pilot for multi-platform drama series for children - TV, online hub, app, book, intergalactic merchandise.
Quarx stars a group of teenage pranksters. These though are NOT your average teenagers. They can change the laws of physics so their pranks are, well, out of this world.
The main event is the series of short films each one about a different prank. They are shot hand-held to feel like real video blogs and use extensive computer graphics to show the outrageous consequences when our characters meddle with the laws of nature. Each prank will be played for comedy with seamless CGI bringing to life the craziest thought experiments in the history of ever.
YouTube series with Tom Scott. Mad gadget review show where the reviewers get a simple choice. If they like it, they keep it. If they don't, they smash it up. Items to get the crush test treatment include a glove you can make phone calls with and a kettle that texts you when it has boiled.
This is Screen Glue's hommage to Sliding Doors. A commercial made for award-winning IT company Firebrand to show what makes them special.
Make a film with 2 parallel narratives takes a lot of planning and a lot of head scratching. But worth it. To quote Firebrand's Commercial Director "Of all the money we spent on Marketing projects in 2013 this was the best spend without a shadow of a doubt."
Insecticide - 13 x 30'
In partnership with Saloon Media
This is a new type of wildlife show. One that takes us deep into some of nature’s greatest horror stories – the murderous crimes of insects, spiders and other bug-kind whose killing methods outdo the most twisted of films. This is Invasion of the Body Snatchers, The Walking Dead and Alien for real.
The series will be a haunting blend of natural history, suspense and dazzling CGI- fuelled reconstructions of the creepiest killings in the natural world. It is a world away from traditional observational wildlife documentary – Insecticide is true-life animal behavior realized through the visual and story-telling techniques of drama. In this series we’re not watching their world – we’re in it.