A nice Animation Magazine article looking back on our work animating A Brief History of the United States with Michael Moore for his Academy Award Winning "Bowling for Columbine." This is still one of the pieces we are most proud of in our 14 years! The article even mentions the feature film we were developing […]
Imagine watching a SuperBowl Ad that actually promotes kids and families making healthy choices during those hours that are famous for big time chip and pizza ads? Awesome? We think so! That's why FlickerLab joined with agency Z Tribeca to create this 90-second video for the fabulous healthy kids food brand Bitsys' Brainfood, as part […]
Harold Moss, FlickerLab's Founder and Creative Director, will be joining some amazing folks on the Transmedia panel at Createasphere's 2013 Digital Asset Management Conference in New York on Monday, October 7. Here's how the conference describes it: Brands and Story: Essential DAM in Transmedia & Cross Platform Content Creation More than ever before, companies need […]
FlickerLab's Harold Moss and Jordan Geary spoke at the 2013 New York Film Festival as part of the "Producing Convergence — A History of Multiplatform Collaboration" panel organized by Starlight Runner's Caitlin Burns.
FlickerLab has partnered with KidsHealth.org, the Web's most-accessed site on children's health, to create the new animated series, How the Body Works with Chloe and the Nurb. The series offers a playful, animated way for kids to understand how their body works. Eight 5-minute episodes have just launched on the KidsHealth.org website as the centerpieces […]
FlickerLab’s first original title e-book, ‘You Can Draw the Way You Feel’ is an exploration in abstract art and emotional expression for kids of all ages.
On April 15, our Director of Education and Curriculum led a discussion with Dr. Howard Gardner of the Harvard Graduate School of Education on the future of kids media. Watch the video!
FlickerLab is excited to announce the appointment of Jordan Geary to the position of Head of Production and Development.
After months of painstakingly sifting through shades of blue and debating comma placements, we?re all very excited to present this shiny new site!