Emma Calder

Emma Calder

Emma Calder was born in London. She studied Graphic design at The Royal College of Art. Whilst at the RCA she began making animated films, including the cult 80’s classic Madame Potato. After college she set up a studio producing Graphic design, illustration for magazines and work for pop videos and commercials. She co-founded Pearly Oyster Productions making many successful and award winning animated films and commercials, including The Queen’s Monastery (BBC).  She also collaborated with the author Carolyn Hink on four books for children which she will design and illustrate. The first book Miss Louise Goes to Paris was published by Quercus Books. Her next book Moody Sticker Book was published by Thames and Hudson and Paper Angels was published in October 2010 by Bloomsbury. She lives in Brixton with her partner and two children.

Emma Calder @pearlyoysters

Over 100 staff at the Uni for Creative Arts could loose their jobs. Wtf is happening to Art education in this country? Home to one of the oldest & greatest animation courses @UCAanimation - best known to the animation community as Farnham or West Surrey.
Pls sign the petition. https://t.co/sbmQemNZHB

Check out these Q&As from @londonanimation inc
AFTERMATH w/ @HobbsLizzyhobbs @MaryamMohajerP @pearlyoysters +
Female Figures w/ @KateJessopfilm @stewjeez Jenny Jokela + Thalma Goldman-Cohen
Thanks again to LIAF + to these fab folk for taking part! https://t.co/BLNkws9as2

so did we! Didn't realise it was on until sometime texted me.

For people that missed it the 1st time.

Didn’t realise it was on again tonight. For those that missed this excellent doc catch it on iPlayer!

My heart goes out for Suzy.

Meanwhile, follow these directors - who all feature! #ff @clairetailyour, @cebohon1, @ritaosei, @maevemurphyfilm, @BigBuddhaFilms, @Abigail_Dankwa, @_susannawhite, @factoryfilmsuk, @hurcheonfilms, @greenwood_films, @pearlyoysters, @jasleenks, @lisandowns (1/2) #IWD2019

“The only way to survive in this business is to absolutely believe in yourself and keep on going against all odds. Always be developing your own work and ideas, even at those worst times of no paid work and total rejection.” https://t.co/7ZP0zoune5 @Directors_UK

Hope to see people at this tonight

Don't miss the @CYMlondon open days coming up on the 19th and 26th January! Find out more about us by visiting https://t.co/LTz7cydOWQ

AWN NEWS: WATCH: Walk on the Wild Side with Alison Snowden & David Fine’s ‘Animal Behaviour’: Oscar-shortlisted animated short film from the Academy Award-winning duo behind ‘Bob’s Birthday’ available to watch online through January 12. https://t.co/gMQkKQ8InC

Great to have Joseph visit. Ready to visit His Bristol studio next time I’m up west.

You can now watch the first 16 Episodes on Youtube. https://t.co/bjmFAi2mjB https://t.co/PJWKuK4vky

Hey now it's almost Christmas.
https://t.co/JhCljv94EY https://t.co/JhCljv94EY

Update #1: Top-Up Goal https://t.co/Il9WukWarr via @kickstarter

Available now on Iplayer.

Over on the BBC iPlayer is the Secrets of British Animation documentary featuring some of Animate's filmmakers and friends including Osbert Parker, Samantha Moore, Jez Stewart, Emma Calder, Malcolm Cook, Joanna Quinn, and Steve and Ben from Skwigly... https://t.co/HQlMNCA2YI

This programme could go to @IWM_Centenary @RAFMUSEUM @I_W_M @AnimateProjects How about it?

Aftermath’ is a programme of short animations exploring the Great War at its centenary, and themes of conflict and loss. We're also proud to present a Q&A with 5 panellists: Vera Neubaeur @HobbsLizzyhobbs @pearlyoysters @MaryamMohajerP @AnimateProjects

Looking forward to the screening. @HobbsLizzyhobbs @AnimateProjects @MaryamMohajerP