1. British Council - GREAT Britain Arts 13: Realise Your Dream 2013 Awards


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    Once again, the British Council's landmark programme, Realise Your Dream, recognises the best and brightest young Australian creative talent. This year, at Sydney's Oxford Art Factory, all 14 finalists presented their work to the audience before the five 2013 winners were announced. Our host this year was Gretel Killeen, who named the following as winners of Realise Your Dream 2013: &company's Anna Lise De Lorenzo, Tristan Meecham, Lara Torr, Aimee Smith and the Time Out people's Choice winners, The Honeytrap!

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    • Realise Your Dream (Hexanim Productions)


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      Who are we? Hexanim is a 3D animation collective based in Sydney Australia with the ambition to produce high quality children's content for broadcast here and around the world. Our team are talented, young and ambitious and all share the one dream of creating a successful and sustainable animation studio. Carly Glover- Producer, and character modeler James McCarthy- Director, Lead environment Artist Matt Rossato- 2D animator, and Layout artist Justin Mancuso- Lead rigger, and simulation and dynamics supervisor Ben Cha- Lead animator, and pre-visualisation supervisor James Dobson- Character Modeler, and Animator What is your/our dream? To create an Australian animation studio. We are looking to produce quality Australian children's content reminiscent of Yoram Gross's work and to commercially develop our episodic series, Moss & Twigz. What are your/our professional goals and career direction? To further our experience in the animated film industry and maintain a certain degree of creative control throughout the process. Is our dream realistic, achievable and professionally beneficial? Similar ventures have been undertaken even within Sydney. Australia's animated film industry is still growing in comparison to the UK which has been established for many years and combined production knowledge would be beneficial to both. Similar to the UK, Australia has strict guidelines when it comes to childrens programing and a certain percentage of air time must be dedicated to children's shows and we believe that Moss & Twigz is commercially sustainable endeavor. THEMES Coming of age, friendship and tolerance DEMOGRAPHIC 8-12 year old school children PLOT Struggling to fit in with his warrior clan, young MOSS forms an unlikely friendship with a girl, TWIGZ, of an opposing tribal clan and they must work together to conquer the ever hungry threat to their homeland, keep peace among their people and define their place within their respective clans. SYNOPSIS Set in ancient times, two opposing clans share one great mountain and are constantly at odds with each oth er. As the black sheep in his family, Moss is considered too young to fight along side his clan. However, when he is finally of age it is his turn to journey to the top of the mountain, where he must put aside his self doubt for the greater good of his people. Together with TWIGZ, a girl from the opposing tribe, they must learn to accept each other and work together if they ever want to survive the dangers lurking behind every corner.

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      • RYD 2007


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        Realise Your Dream campaign 2007 - Architecture

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        • RYD 2007


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          Realise Your Dream campaign 2007 - Fashion

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          • RYD 2007


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            Realise Your Dream campaign 2007 - Art

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            • RYD Awards 2012


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              On its tenth anniversary, Realise Your Dream took to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney for a gala awards ceremony and cocktail function.

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              • British Council Realise Your Dream 2012


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                For the British Council's Realise Your Dream this year, I produced this animation at Boccalatte (www.boccalatte.com) The illustration was a collaboration between myself and Elin Andersson, with art direction by Suzanne Boccalatte and animation by Seb Danta. It's the program's 10th Anniversary so we focussed it around 10 Reasons to Realise Your Dream.

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                • Realise Your Dream


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                  A cute promo I animated for the British Council, through production company Boccalatte. The Realise Your Dream program helps Australians do just that by providing $8000 and airfares to the UK to help Aussies advance their careers. http://artsfrontier.britishcouncil.org.au/?cat=4

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                  • RYD awards 2011


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                    Selected from over 700 talented entrants, the 2011 winners represent a range of creative industries, from visual arts and writing, to graphics, animation and play-writing. Dominique & Dan Angeloro (Soda_Jerk), Tom Holloway, Briony Stewart, Ivan Dixon & Greg Sharp (Rubber House) and Patrick Clair were announced as the 2011 Realise Your Dream winners The lucky winners have each received a $8,000 NAB Cash Passport, airfares from Virgin Atlantic, and a personally tailored itinerary of meetings, placements, and mentoring with industry leaders. They will also become connected with Britain’s world renowned creative talent presenting an opportunity to expand their careers in Australia and the UK. The party to announce the winners was attended by some 200 guests, representing Australia’s vibrant creative sector. Held at Merivale’s new Beresford Upstairs, triple j Breakfast’s Tom Ballard and Alex Dyson entertained the crowd while drinks from Absolut and Mountain Goat Beer lent to the atmosphere as did tunes by Nina Las Vegas.

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                    • RYD 2011


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                      At the British Council, we believe that Australia is home to some of the world’s most promising creative leaders. We aim to provide the utmost support for local artists through an extensive programme of scholarships and professional development awards. Whether a cash grant, a trip to the UK, professional development or a mentorship under one of Britain’s creative leaders, British Council opportunities are designed to bring together British and Australian talent, promoting mutual learning, inspiration and collaboration.

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