ALT Animation expands with its foray in feature films

ALT Animation is expanding its pipeline with its first foray into feature films Lugi–The Brodgar Boy. ALT Animation has secured development funding from Creative Europe, becoming the only animation company in the U.K. to receive the Single Project Development award in the results published in May 2020. Lugi – The Brodgar Boy is a feature-length animated adventure set in Neolithic times on the mystical Scottish islands of Orkney. The film tells the story of a young disabled boy who must unite his people in order to defeat the evil forces that threaten to cover his world in darkness. Aimed at a family audience, the film will tell a compelling, action-packed story within a truly unique setting that deals with universal themes of acceptance and self-belief which will be relatable to audiences all around the world. The project is created by writer/illustrator and native Orcadian Alex Leonard. The feature film, Lugi – The Brodgar Boy represents ALT Animation’s first foray into the development of animated features and are looking forward to making the transition from broadcast to the big screen.