TBI August/September 2020
The issue includes;
Switched on thinking
Kids animation companies have adapted rapidly to the effects of the global pandemic, but Helen Dugdale expores what lessons have been learned and finds out where the industry will go next.
Who’s doing what this fall
With the traditional events calendar disrupted, TBI checks in with a variety of distributors to find out how they’re planning to attract attention online.
Mark Layton takes a deep dive to explore how the global TV industry is working to improve inclusivity and representation in children’s programming, and asks what needs to happen both in front of and behind the camera in order to bring about real change.
Talking it out
Spanish-language scripted product is in demand and Latin American producers already widely renowned for their film output are finding new opportunities, as Nick Edwards reports.
Kids Hot Picks
TBI takes a look at some of the best kids TV offerings making their way to market, with sneak peeks of Zog And The Flying Doctors, Green Hornet, The Epic Adventures Of Morph and more.
Richard Middleton talks to former BBC Studios director of commissioning & co-production Tobi de Graaff about suffering from Covid-19, his agnostic approach to production and why it’s more fun to date than marry.