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Aesthetic Realms: The Art of The TV Title Sequence

In this current golden age of television, the title sequences that precede our favourite shows have become an artform in themselves; condensing an entire shows themes, motifs and aesthetic into well under a minute. This special event will open with some of the Pilot Light team’s favourites and will then look into the intricate process of creating titles with the BAFTA and Emmy award-winning head designers from Momoco (Luther, Peaky Blinders, Hannibal, Fortitude, Humans) and Peter Anderson Studio (The Missing S2, Dr Foster, Sherlock, Doctor Who, Unforgotten, Indian Summers). The event will be chaired by Emma Bullimore, London-based entertainment journalist, broadcaster and host (BAFTA, BFI, BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Sky News, BBC News)

Aesthetic Realms is proud to be partnered with Pilot Light TV Festival and to launch there this year with two very special events. Aesthetic Realms is an events and research collective that celebrates and explores the audiovisual design and craft of film and television. They produce and curate bespoke film and television events with industry professionals and demonstrate through articles and research why it is important to create an audio-visual identity and to salute those that are making a unique and impactful contribution to screen art.Their work is designed to enhance audience enjoyment and understanding of the aesthetics of these two mediums celebrating the niche side of these art forms. Follow on Instagram and Twitter @AestheticRealms