Tricon Offers Adventures In Booga Booga Land
Press Release from Tricon Films & Television
Adventures in Booga Booga Land
Toronto, 19 March2010. Leading Toronto-based producer and distributor Tricon Films & Television is expanding its slate of entertainment for kids and families, as it heads to MIPTV with animated kids’ series
. The series is produced by Cream Lake Productions Inc. and Tricon has worldwide distribution rights to the finished 26x11’ series.
Join best buddies Marty the Monkey and Gerard the Giraffe as they embark on laughter-filled and exciting stories in the colourful land of Booga Booga. Targeted to children from 6-11 years old, this series will entertain, teach and inspire its viewers.
Finding everything too small in the town of Too-small-for-me, Gerard the Giraffe leaves his hometown for the capital city, Booga. As his bus pulls into the busy streets of Booga he meets Marty the Monkey and the two instantly become best friends.
Together the comedy duo bounce from one adventure to the next while meeting exciting new characters like President Bob, Stan Rufus, Squid Sushi and many others who will captivate you with humor, truths, and life lessons.
Tricon’s first foray into the children’s programming genre was with hit series The Next Star, which just completed its second season on YTV. In addition to distributing the finished show worldwide, Tricon is shopping the international format rights. It also has worldwide distribution rights to inventive and quirky tween/teen sketch show The Paul Telner Project and festive family special Christmas Dreams.
Tricon Films & Television is one of North America’s strongest independent production and distribution companies dedicated to producing and representing groundbreaking television. Tricon has fast emerged as a leading supplier of high quality factual and scripted content that continues to perform successfully both domestically and around the world. Launched in 2002, Tricon's distribution arm has an impressive track record of selling a broad mix of award winning programming from primetime scripted comedy and dramatic series, to reality, lifestyle, factual and documentary series.