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Wingspan to produce episodes of BBC flagship science strand Horizon

June 20th 2017. The BBC announced today that, following a competitive pitch process, Wingspan is one of three companies selected to make bundles of films for the next two series of Horizon. Tom McDonald, Head of Commissioning, Natural History and Specialist Factual at the BBC said “BBC Studios, Wingspan Productions and Windfall Films are three of the best Science suppliers currently operating in the UK. Their ideas are original, exciting and bold.”

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Listen To Britain 2017 announces 12 commissioned films from new directors

Wingspan’s project for BBC and BFI takes shape at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2017 

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The Joy of Data receives honourable mention in International competition at AFO #52

Olomouc in the Czech Republic is home to Europe’s oldest, most prestigious Science Film Festival

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Hans Rosling 1948 - 2017

We're deeply saddened that our friend and colleague, Hans Rosling, has died.

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Wingspan is working with BBC and BFI on an exciting opportunity for new and emerging filmmakers

The original Listen to Britain was aimed at boosting morale during WWII and galvanising global support for the UK.  Directed and edited by Humphrey Jennings and Stuart McAllister it pioneered a new form of documentary filmmaking, engaging audiences in a way never seen before.

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The Joy of Data WINS "Noble" prize in Stockholm

‘Marmalade, socks and One Direction’ clip triumphs at WCSFP 

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Wingspan Creative Director is re-elected to PACT Council

Archie Baron has been re-elected for a second term to PACT Council.

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Computer Says Show is nominated for BEST ORIGINAL PROGRAMME at the Broadcast Awards 2017

Computer Says Show is nominated for Best Original Programme at the Broadcast Awards 2017

http://www.broadcastnow.co.uk/news/broadcast-awards-shortlist-2017-revealed/5111598.article

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Andy Acourt's Computer Says Show graphics WIN International Motion Art award at American Illustrated

In his 7th collaboration with Wingspan Productions, Andy Acourt's illustrative motion graphics are used throughout the documentary to help explain and show the process of whether or not computers can write a musical.

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Bohemians

HOW TO BE BOHEMIAN:: “This wonderfully snarky and intelligent series” (Sunday Times) gets another airing…. 09 November at 23.00 on BBC4

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Beyond the Fence receives two new nominations...

for West End Wilma Awards

 

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Computer Says Show is nominated for a Banff Rockie Award

...in the Science and Technology category

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