Double Bafta and more!

Because of all the business around the holidays I’m a bit late with this bit of news, but in case you haven’t heard, Wallace and Gromit’s Curse managed to pick up the Children’s BAFTA award back in November, Gromit and Potter awarded Baftas:

This makes their second BAFTA award, as they also won best British film at the main Bafta awards early in 2006.

Aardman fellows collect Children's Bafta

Wallace and Gromit’s big adventure – Wallace and Gromit visit Sick Kids Hospital

Wensleydale is big cheese in world awards – Wensleydale picks up SEVEN metals at the World Cheese Awards!

Aardman’s model bosses made CBEsThe men who moulded Aardman Animations into one of the world’s top animation studios have been made CBEs in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list

Producer’s Guild Award of America Animated Feature Nominations – Including Aardman’s Flushed Away. If you recall, Curse carried off the prize for best toon award last year.

The Patent Office rolls out innovation project for kids:

The Patent Office has appointed Bell Design to roll out an interactive campaign to encourage innovation among primary school children.

The campaign will be based around an interactive website and feature Aardman Animation characters Wallace & Gromit. It will aim to encourage children aged 9-11-years-old to think about innovation.

The campaign will form part of a wider public agenda to move the UK towards an innovation-based economy.

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