A new trailer is released for the Spanish-Argentinian co-production, “Metegol,” a CG-animated soccer adventure directed by Argentina's Juan Jose Campanella.
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Henson Awards New Licenses for critically-acclaimed preschool series “Pajanimals” to Disney Junior for EMEA and Latin American territories.
41 Entertainment announced that it has appointed new licensing and merchandising agents in all key Latin markets.
“Mazinger Z” the revered TV animated series from Toei Animation Co., is making its official Latin American debut.
Imira Entertainment has scored a host of new sales for its internationally distributed series “Sandra, the Fairytale Detective.”
The Jim Henson Company continues to expand the run of animated children’s television series “Dinosaur Train” as it acquires new international licensees.
Registration is now open for competitive screenings in Brazil's Animage - IV International Animation Festival of Pernambuco.
V&S Entertainment and Exim Licensing Group announced their partnership in the “Everything's Rosie” licensing program for the Latin America region.
Zinkia Entertainment, brand creator and producer of the hit global multiplatform brand, “Pocoyo,” has licensed the third season of the multi-award-winning animated television series, titled “Let’s Go Pocoyo,” to Discovery Kids Latin America for its pan-regional cable platform.
Imira Entertainment, Spain’s leading production and distribution company specializing in youth programming, has increased the presence of its shows in Latin America and on Hispanic US networks, signing a rash of deals from its extensive library of third-party content.
Leading European production and distribution company Millimages has secured a far-reaching multi-territory deal with Nickelodeon for its highly successful pre-school show “Louie.”
Toei Animation has made deals across Latin America for its classic brands, "Dragon Ball" and "Saint Seiya."
Toy giant Hasbro posted a first-quarter loss as the company’s U.S. and Canadian sales declined 16 percent, masking across-the-board growth abroad, particularly by Latin America.
Distribution360 announced a multi-territory deal for the Blue-Zoo-produced preschool series "Olive the Ostrich" to air on Nick Jr. Channels across Europe, Asia, and Latin America.
Leading kids’ and family entertainment specialist CAKE has today announced the appointment of Helen Blayney as VP of International Sales, alongside two internal promotions within the sales team.
Dentsu Entertainment USA, Inc. and Namco Bandai announced a multi-territory partnership for the master toy license covering distribution of toys throughout the Americas.
The deadline for entries for the 20th edition of the International Animation Festival of Brazil, ANIMA MUNDI 2012, is March 22.
Nickelodeon Latin America and One Laptop per Child, a nonprofit whose mission is to help provide every child in the world access to a modern education, announced today the winner of their competition in which primary school children across Central and South America were challenged to use their XO laptops to create videos focused on creating a better environment.
Nelvana Enterprises is pleased to announce that it has sold three new comedy series to Cartoon Network Latin America.
Hasbro Studios, the Los Angeles-based production and distribution division of Hasbro, Inc. (NASDAQ: HAS), today announced it will launch its popular kids’ programming brands throughout Latin America.
Vicon, developer of motion capture systems for the entertainment, life science and engineering industries, announced that Gyroscopik Studios, one of Mexico’s largest 3D animation and VFX facilities, is opening Latin America’s largest Vicon motion capture stage at the new Chapala Media Park near their headquarters in Guadalajara, Mexico – the region’s filmmaking hub.
Toei Animation has secured major Latin American broadcast deals in Mexico and Colombia for Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball Kai, it was announced today by Eduardo Lucio, Senior Sales Manager for Toei Animation.
Continuing the prolific global expansion of its flagship multiplatform property, POCOYO, Zinkia Entertainment has secured a number of new licensing partners for the popular children’s brand across Asia and Latin America.
Argentina-based Distribution Co. has picked up the rights to the Mexican-Argentinean co-production TOP CAT, based on the Hanna-Barbera character, reports Variety.