Flanders Images' presence at MIP-TV is in an effort to broaden the reach of productions from Flanders and Brussels, Belgium. Animation presented at this year's conference will be coming from such companies as Big Bad Wolf Productions and Be-FILMS.
Big Bad Wolf Prods. will be bringing a new 3D animated pre-school series titled HOPLA. The dialogue-free series has 104x5 episodes available. The program follows Hopla the rabbit and his friends Lola the kitten, Oki the piglet and Nina the little bear as they encounter daily grown-up matters in the context of their little world. In addition, Big Bad Wolf will be showcasing its new puppet series (39x15) THE BIG WOLF SHOW.
Be-FILMS will bring its pilot for LITTLE DRAGON. The 2D animated series will be based on Lieven Baeten's best-selling children's books, which have sold more than 900,000 copies in Europe. Geared for kids 4-7, Be-FILMS will offer 26x6 episodes of the series.
Flanders Image will be located at Booth #11.20. The booth phone number is +33 04 92 99 82 60. Werner Jacquet of Big Bad Wolf Prods. can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mobile at +32 476 55 11 53. Be-FILMS' Christophe Louis can be contacted at email@example.com or by mobile at +32 475 23 33 63.
A division of the Flemish Audiovisual Fund (VAF), Flanders Images mission is to promote Flemish audiovisual products abroad. It also organizes and/or participates in film events abroad that are aimed at supporting Flemish audiovisual production. It also supports the promotion of Flemish film releases in key territories. At home, it tries to assist or help producers with the international marketing of their products. Flanders Image is also responsible for a series of publications such as the annual PRODUCT GUIDE and quarterly FLANDERS I-MAG newsletters. A comprehensive Website contains both news and data on classic, recent and upcoming product. The organization is also one of the founding members of European Film Promotion (EFP), a pan-European network of national and regional film promotion bodies. For more information, visit www.flanders-image.com.