Toronto-based Cambium Catalyst International Entertainment (CCI) has partnered with U.K. animation studio, Collingwood OHare Entertainment (COE), to co-produce the animated series HARRY AND HIS BUCKETFUL OF DINOSAURS. Based on the successful book of the same name, the animated pre-school series explores the vivid imagination of a child and his dinosaur companions. Production is set for fall 2003 in the U.K. and Canada. CCI Releasing will hold worldwide distribution rights. Brandisimo!, founded by Disney veterans David Snyder, Bill Gross and Frank Fraser will handle the marketing strategy. Brandisimo! brought CCI and COE together. For 14 years, director Tony Collingwood and producer Christopher O'Hare have produced award-winning animation including YOKO! JAKAMOKO! TOTO!, CableACE-winning DR. SEUSS DAISY-HEAD MAYZIE and the two BAFTA Award-winning series ANIMAL STORIES and EDDY & THE BEAR, based on the best-selling classic books by Jez Alborough. "To team with one of the worlds best producers and create first-class international childrens entertainment is part of CCIs mandate," said CCI chairman/CEO Arnie Zipursky. "Chris and Tony have continually proven that they have a unique ability to reach kids. The goal of our relationship with COE is to create and deliver great television that engages childrens minds and fuels their imagination. HARRY AND HIS BUCKETFUL OF DINOSAURS will reset the bar when it comes to entertaining kids," Zipursky added. Brandisimo! creates, develops, produces and distributes entertainment for kids and families and oversees the production, licensing and marketing of entertainment properties. CCI Entertainment (www.ccientertaiment.com) is an independent Canadian production and distribution company known for its quality children's programming, factual series, family movies and documentary films. CCI was formed in 2002 through the merger of Cambium Entertainment and Catalyst Entertainment, giving the newly formed company 32 years of experience in television production and international distribution.