Sarah Cox on Tate Movie

04.07.10
Tate Movie promotional video We talk to Sarah Cox about Tate Movie,  a collaboration with Aardman and Fallon, and first project of its kind – an animation film made by and for children across the UK – supported by Legacy Trust UK, a charity established to support innovative cultural activities which celebrate the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. What is Tate Movie? It’s a huge project! The ...
Sarah Cox

19.05.10
BAFTA-winning Mother of Many, Emma Lazenby, produced by Arthur Cox Sarah Cox, of ArthurCox, produced this year’s BAFTA winning animated short, Mother of Many. Congratulations on the BAFTA… Thank you very much. Though technically it’s not my BAFTA – I haven’t got the best man! It’s an ArthurCox Film but Sally (Arthur) produced it and Emma Lazenby directed it. So it’s theirs. But ArthurCox being my company – ...
London Short Film Festival Lineup announced

16.12.09
Ben Rivers, I Know Where I'm Going Dates: 8-17 January 2010 | Location: London The programme for the 7th London Short Film Festival has been revealed. It’s a packed lineup; screenings, events and workshops will be taking place at venues across the city, and works by some of APEngine’s favourite contemporary filmmakers – including Max Hattler, Tal Rosner, Kayla Parker and Stuart Moore, Sarah Cox, Laurie Hill ...
Tate and Aardman recruit UK Schoolkids

23.10.09
Production still from Sarah Cox's 3 Ways to Go Wallace and Gromit-siring Aardman Animations are working alongside the Olympics Legacy Trust charity and creative agency Fallon to harness the creative talent of a million UK primary school children for a film to be showcased at Tate Modern and cinemas across the country. The 20 minute film – the first to be produced by Tate – will be ...