Here is a selection of our work   

The Moving Minds Filmmaking Project: Into Film

Young people aged 11-19 worked with Skidaddle to devise and create their own short film on aspects of mental health and wellbeing. Read more 

 

Nominated In the Into Film Awards 2019

The Moving Minds Filmmaking Project: Into Film

Young people aged 11-19 worked with Skidaddle to devise and create their own short film on an aspects of mental health and wellbeing.

The Moving Minds Filmmaking Project: Into Film

Young people aged 11-19 worked with Skidaddle to devise and create their own short film on an aspects of mental health and wellbeing.

We work with people of all ages and backgrounds to create high quality art and animated films. Our films have won several awards and been screened in amazing venues. Please take a look at this selection

The Moving Minds Filmmaking Project: Into Film

Young people aged 11-19 worked with Skidaddle to devise and create their own short film on an aspects of mental health and wellbeing.

Barbican Box Project 2019

Lansbury Lawrence School.

Inspired by a specially written piece for this project by Michael Rosen, A series of workshops culminating in an installation focusing on migration and family memories

Barbican Box Project 2019

Richard Cloudesley Special School

Inspired by the autobiography and writings especially made for this project by Michael Rosen.

The film illustrates a series of workshops focusing on migration and family memories

Barbican Box Project 2019

George Tomlinson School

Inspired by the autobiography and writings especially made for this project by Michael Rosen.

This film explores a series of workshops culminating in an installation focusing on migration and family memories.

Commemorating the Centenary of the Great War 

Made with Year 8 pupils from Grey Coats Hospital School.

Commissioned by Historic Royal Palaces and the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Screened at The Tower of London during remembrance week

Pollution Awareness Campaign

A Campaign by Great Ormond Street Hospital to reduce pollution emissions in the surrounding area.

Transplant

Children from Great Ormond Street Hospital used their own experiences to create an animation that describes the process of dialysis through to a kidney transplant. Displayed in the Foundling Museum’s Introductory Gallery. 

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Read the article in the Independent newspaper

 

Mead's Mysterious Medicine 

Commisioned by The Foundling Museum and Great Ormond Street Hospital. Patients undergoing transplant operations created imaginary medicines.

The film and accompanying installation were displayed in the Foundling Museum’s Introductory Gallery. 

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The Sugar Plum Fairy

Made with Year 3 pupils from a Lambeth Primary School. Commissioned by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Lambeth CLC.

Performed at the Queen Elizabeth Hall with a live performance from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Safe

Comissioned by East Sussex Drug and & Alcohol Action Team & The Towner's Outreach and Inclusion Programme.

Made with people in the community, Eastbourne.

Wow! Mayhem InThe MusicHall

Inspired by the stories from 'Wilton's Music Hall' London's oldest surviving music hall.

Made with children from Year 4 Columbia Primary School. Shown at Wilrton's in a special screening 

Prize winner in the 5-10 years category in the 

Footsteps In Space

Made with children from year 5 Columbia Primary School. In response to their science studies about the Moon.

Winner of the Into Film Space Competition.

The film was watched on the International space station by British Astronaught Tim Peake who announced the award from space and chatted to the winners by mobile phone.

Watch the video and see Tim speak to us 

The Chinese Dance

Made with Year 3 pupils from a Lambeth Primary School. Commissioned by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Lambeth CLC.

Performed at the Queen Elizabeth Hall with a live performance from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Moving Structures

Made with Year 4 pupils.A film inspired by the architecture of the London South Bank. Commissioned by The BFI and Lambeth CLC

Alice

A participatory project for families in response to the Royal Opera House production of 'Alice in Wonderland'

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The Suffragette Movement 

Made with children from Christ Church C of E Primary School, Tower Hamlets.

Part of a series of films made by Skidaddle and 16 East London Primary Schools for a DVD entitled-

'The Animated History of London'

Screened at The Nation Film Theatre with a special introductory speech by Michael Rosen

Lion Hunt

Made with children from Year 3 for The English National Opera and Lambeth CLC and performed to a live orchestra at The English National Opera

Brixton Market

Made with Year 3 children from Larkhall Primary School, Lambeth.

How Does It Work?

A film explaining how the organ in the Royal Festival Hall works. Shown as part of the 'Pull Out All The Stops' exhibition at the Royal Festival Hall. Commissioned by The SouthBank Centre

The King and his Daughter

Made with Pupils from Michael Tippett SEN School. A secondary school for pupils with profound and complex learning needs.

Waiting

Made in partnership with The Foundling Museum and GO Create! at Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital.

Patients waiting for an operation were asked to imagine what they would like to be when they emerged from behind the doors. 

Selected for the Generation ART exhibition Turner Contemporary Gallery, Margate.

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The Marvellous Moon Stone

Made with children from year 5 Columbia Primary School. In response to their science studies about the Moon

The Three Little Pigs

Made with children from reception class at Columbia Primary School 

Mr Gumpy

Made with children from the nursery at Columbia Primary School

 

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