Dracco announces a major TV deal with BRB Internacional and Screen 21 to produce and distribute the “Filly” animated series.
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Flying Bark Productions announces the first animated theatrical release of international hit property, “Maya the Bee.”
HP and DreamWorks Animation mark the latest chapter in their ongoing collaboration by working together to create an epic adventure for worldwide audiences with the breakthrough animation of the studio’s upcoming 3D movie, “Rise of the Guardians.”
Nickelodeon brings holiday cheer to viewers with a brand-new live-action/CG TV movie, “A Fairly Odd Christmas.”
VIZ Media delivers the supernatural anime action of the latest Bleach feature film to fans with the premiere of “Bleach the Movie: Hell Verse” on Neon Alley.
As part of its expansion into the U.S. market, Komixx opens its first international office in Los Angeles.
On December 26, Anchor Bay will release “Cinderella," a modern take on the original fairy tale set against the backdrop of the Wild West.
Al Jazeera Children’s Channel expands its animated offerings with a new partnership with BBC Worldwide.
Imira Entertainment heads to next month’s Asia Television Forum with a raft of new sales signed in the region.
DHX Media signs a wide range of broadcast and licensing deals for its preschool hit property “Caillou.”
Former Beatle Paul McCartney signs a deal with HBO to produce an animated feature based on his solo song career.
Beatrix Potter’s iconic character Peter Rabbit makes its return to television next month in a new holiday special, "Peter Rabbit’s Christmas Tale."
Bent Image Lab produces “Jingle and Bell’s Christmas Star,” the sequel to the critically acclaimed stop-motion Christmas Special “Jingle All the Way,” for the Hallmark Channel.
Aardman Digital announces the launch of a fun and engaging mobile-browser game created for the BAFTA award winning CBeebies’ show “Something Special.”
Studio 100 Media signs a license agreement with Austrian public broadcaster ORF for the new animation series “Heidi.”
GKIDS enters into a distribution agreement with Japan’s Toho Co. for North American theatrical rights to the 1988 feature “Grave of the Fireflies.”
Sweden continues to deliver world-class creativity with newly-established independent post production studio Haymaker.
Glasgow-based 3D animation application Muvizu is released with a German-language version of the user interface, plus some great new content.