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Glasshead is a multi BAFTA winning production company making dynamic television and multi-platform content.

 

Here you can see our showreel, or take a look at the projects we've worked on:

Factual Projects
Education Projects
Animation Projects
Interactive Projects

 

In Production: New Science Series

Jim Al Khalili6 x 30 min episodes for Al Jazeera

We’re currently in production on a 6-part series for Al Jazeera English presented by Professor Jim Al-Khalili. Jim takes us on a journey to unravel the links between the latest developments in the world of science and the work of unsung scientific heroes of the past. Whilst Europe was living in the dark ages, there was a progressive scientific revolution taking place across the Middle East, Persia, North Africa and Spain.

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Glasshead nominated for another BAFTA

We're thrilled to announce that our animated zombie thriller, Madron, was shortlisted for a children's BAFTA! It's a pioneering multi-platform comic spanning television, live events and mobile technology. The story starts with a broadcast TV animation, and then continues in interactive comic books that you download for your tablet and mobile phone.

For the stunning visuals, we've been working with the amazing animators at Planet Jump and fantastic interactive company Cube. The Welsh-language version premiered on S4C in 2014. The English version will be launched later this year - called 'The Visor'.

 

   

Bloodhound SSC due to break land speed record this year

Bloodhound SSC (Super Sonic Car) is the fastest car in the world, aiming to reach 1000mph. Glasshead is the official media partner, working behind the scenes with plans to follow the fastest car in the world, as they smash world records over the next two years. We're currently in talks with major international broadcasters.

Watch this space for exciting developments...

 

Bloodhound SSC at Downing Street

It was great that Glasshead was invited to Number 10 Downing Street, as the Bloodhound show-car was parked outside and Bloodhound driver Andy Green met the prime minister. Above is a video, made from some of the footage which we shot on the day.