Gaumont promotes Marc Dhrami to head of operations and appoints Gaëlle Guiny as director of animated series development.
Gaumont Animation France is reorganizing its Paris office with the promotion of Marc Dhrami to head of operations and the appointment of Gaëlle Guiny as director of animated series development. Both executives, based in Paris, will report directly to Gaumont Animation president Nicolas Atlan. Guiny will also work closely with Terry Kalagian, Los Angeles-based vice president of creative for Gaumont Animation. Dhrami and Guiny will be in charge of the development and production of Gaumont’s animated series in the Paris office.
Gaumont Animation has been successful in developing, producing and distributing animated series for more than 15 years while working in partnership with all of the European and international players in the animated sector. Gaumont Animation’s catalog contains more than 30 series and 800 half-hours of youth animation, and is broadcasted in more than 130 countries. Its flagship series are Calimero (104 x 11’), Lanfeust Quest (26 x 26’) Galactik Football (78 x 26’), Robotboy (104 x 13’) and The Apprentice Father Christmas (52 x 13’ and two long films distributed by Gaumont).
Gaumont Animation is currently producing four new series in the Paris studio: Belle & Sebastian (52 x 11’), Furry Wheels (52 x 11’), Trulli Tales (52 x 11’), and Noddy (52 x 11’), which is a co-production with DreamWorks Animation. In the Los Angeles office, Gaumont is producing the Netflix original series F is for Family (16 x 30’) and Do, Re & Mi (52 x 11’) with the multi-talented Kristen Bell.
Source: Gaumont Animation