Bing is one of the popular children’s animated programmes from Brown Bag Films

Irish animation studio Brown Bag Films reported a slight dip in pre-tax profits last year as revenues fell by €600,000 to €50.1 million. The studio, (...)

Original painting by Sophie McKay Knight, with imagery contributed by women scientists from the University of St Andrews – part of the Chrysalis project coordinated by Mhairi Stewart.

“Why are women bad at maths?” You might remember that corny joke that did the rounds donkeys of years ago. You might even remember its punchline. It t(...)

Brown Bag employs more than 300 people across Dublin, Manchester and Los Angeles.

Canadian entertainment company, 9 Story Media, is to rebrand its animation arm as Brown Bag Films. The move comes just more than two years after it ac(...)

Give Up Yer Aul Sins, made by animation studio Brown Bag Films, received an Oscar nomination in 2001.

CIARA O’BRIEN Animation studio Brown Bag Films is expanding, growing to 255 people by 2018. The firm, which currently employs 184 creative and prod(...)

Morph: New episodes by Aardman Animation will feature on Sky Kids app later this year

“Listening to children is the most important thing,” says Lucy Murphy, Sky’s first head of kids’ content. It’s a lesson she learned during her time as(...)

A still from the forthcoming 26-part ‘Zig and Zag’ animation, which will be on RTÉjr and CBBC next year

RTÉjr is two and a half years old. And like a toddler, it is trying to make its voice heard in a room packed with people a lot bigger than it. It isn(...)

Founded in 1994, Brown Bag Films has produced a large number of TV shows over the years, some of which have been nominated for Oscars

  The award-winning Dublin-based animation studio Brown Bag Films has been acquired by 9 Story Media Group for an undisclosed sum. Und(...)

The first Irish Animation Awards will take place tomorrow night in Dingle, Co Kerry, with nominees from familiar production companies such as Brown Ba(...)


1 Find an authentic voice In his Offset presentation, Jeff Greenspan speaks movingly and wittily about how crucial it is to find an authentic vo(...)

Editor of The Irish Times Kevin O’Sullivan, Seán Love, Jimmy Deenihan, Cathal Gaffney and Kate Holmquist. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill.

The Dublin Airport Authority, Barry’s Tea, Bord Gáis Energy, Accenture and The Irish Times were among the winners at this year’s Allianz Business to A(...)

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