Spanish-Italian entertainment company Planeta Junior and Germany’s m4e sign a long-term co-production, distribution and consumer products partnership.
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Ahead of MIPJunior, Spain’s Imira Entertainment picks up three kids’ programs – ‘Alisa,’ ‘Super Abby’ and ‘Super Abby 3D’ – and inks several global broadcast deals.
Unprecedented deal to see nine DWA series air beginning in October, including ‘Turbo F.A.S.T.,’ ‘All Hail King Julien,’ ‘The Adventures of Puss in Boots’ and ‘Dinotrux.’
Program of Spanish animated cinema, ‘From Doodles to Pixels: More than one hundred years of Spanish animation,’ will premiere at the 55th edition of the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.
Regina Pessoa, director of the award-winning ‘Tragic Story with Happy Ending,’ designs the poster for Annecy 2015 with a focus on women and history.
India-based animation company extends its presence in New Zealand and Australia with dedicated local operation headed by Mark Nicholls.
Focus on women in animation to include an all-female jury, programs of films by women directors, and a tribute to female animation pioneers.
ITFS 2015 program highlights to include stop motion specialists Anna Solanas and Marc Riba, as well as an exploration of the work of Spanish stop motion pioneer Segundo de Chomón.
Deal announced at MIPCOM to see Indian content company acquire 100 percent of Spain’s leading production and distribution company specializing in youth programming.
Eight shorts selected from the U.K., Spain, Italy, Canada and Australia to be considered for long-form series production on Nickelodeon.
Spain’s leading production and distribution company specializing in kids and youth programming launches its multiscreen multi-language kids content platform on Samsung Smart TVs.
U.K.-based kids company CAKE Entertainment buys back the 51 percent stake previously owned by Spain’s Zinkia.
The deal for ‘Capture the Flag’ and the sequel to ‘Tad, the Lost Explorer’ marks the first time that a Hollywood studio has acquired worldwide rights to two animated Spanish films.
Special guests at the 18th annual Animac to include British animator Chris Shepherd, Czech stop-motion master Jiří Barta, the makers of The Amazing World of Gumball, musician/animator tandem Péter Vacz and Joseph Wallace, Polish animator Piotr Szczepanowicz, and abstract Japanese animator Maya Yonesho, among others.