Rastamouse Goes Into Production For CBeebies
As freelance producers, Perez and Boardman had proven their talents making quality broadcast productions for companies including Carnival Films, World's End Television, Ecosse Films and Feelgood Fiction. Under the Three Stones banner and with the business support of Nick Dhandsa and Kirit Doshi, they bring their production experiences to a number of unique media properties, with a focus on big ideas that have the ability to transcend their origination platform.
Having made its name in 2D and 3D digital animation since its establishment in 2004, Rastamouse is the first project to go through Dinamo's new state of the art stop-motion studio at its new premises in Trefforest, on the northern outskirts of Cardiff.
The production has helped Dinamo to invest in the latest stop-motion production equipment and to put together an accomplished team of animators for this high-profile and innovative series fro CBeebies. Dinamo has a track record of successful 2D and CGI series for CBeebies and several other UK and overseas broadcasters.
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