It's probably not great that in May 2018 the first article in the news feed of our site is titled "Now That's What I Call 3angrymen 17". The good thing is that we've been incredibly busy over the last several months but that's not really much of an excuse, so here's a quick catch-up.
Those of you with a keen eye trained on our Twitter feed or jobs page will have noticed that our recruitment process has been running pretty much non-stop and we've got some awesome new members of Team Angry to introduce. First up there's our editor Jon, who wasted no time getting stuck in, editing a 10 minute film for World Jewish Relief that featured tonnes of footage shot here in the UK and out in the Ukraine. And then there's our new producer Phoebe, who joined us a couple of weeks before Christmas, who similarly threw herself enthusiastically into the deep-end.
And the newness doesn't stop there. In addition to these guys, we've more recently added a new studio manager, Eleanor, to the team. She's been so busy getting us organised we haven't been able to force her into one of Danny's infamously awkward staff profile photoshoots yet. Give it time.
In project-related news, there's a lot going on, most of which we can't share with the world just yet. There was our colourful new stop-motion animation for Walgreens Boots Alliance, directed by the talented folk at Catfish Collective, the TVC we put together for Explore Learning and the aforementioned fundraising film for World Jewish Relief.
And we've followed up our Creativepool Annual award last year with a shortlisting for our Crisis film, Together We Will End Homelessness. They haven't announced the winners just yet but our fingers are firmly crossed.
And there's so much more good stuff in the pipeline, including new work for longtime collaborators the NSPCC and Scouts, which we are putting the final touches to right now. We promise we'll try and keep up this feed fed with more regular updates but if you're in need of a quick fix, make sure you're subscribed to our Twitter and Instagram feeds as they get the most regular attention.