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GCSE History: Medicine Through Time

Posted on March 6th, by mosaicfilms in In Production. No Comments

10 x 3-4’’ films for BBC Learning on GCSE History, Medicine Through Time.

Using cut-outs and motion graphics, this BBC learning series takes students back in time, bringing to life the artefacts that tell our medical history.

The archival primary and secondary sources seamlessly root you in the iconography at the time. Laden with this rich visual language, these films weave you through the murky meanders of the Medieval times, through the centuries, the gruesome horrors and bizarre practices that punctuated medical progress. Doing it all with a healthy dollop of humour. Just what the doctor ordered.

Executive Producer: Andy Glynne
Producer: Sara Archer
Director of Animation: Salvador Maldonado



GCSE Biology

Posted on March 6th, by mosaicfilms in Animation, Our Films. No Comments

12 x 3” films for BBC Learning on GCSE Biology.

These presenter driven, live action films utilise animation and motion graphics to bring to life essential topics in the GCSE syllabus. The benefits of this creative approach, combined with the brilliant talent that is Greg Foot, has ensured these films are informative and engaging; visualising complicated concepts in an easy-to-understand way.

 

Executive Producer: Andy Glynne
Producer: Anita Norfolk
Director of Animation: Salvador Maldonado
Presenter: Greg Foot






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