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Tricon Announces ‘Me, Myself & My Selfie’ Short-Form Series

CG-animated digital short-form series created by Francois Elie Roulin to be co-produced by Paris-based Savoir-Fer and REAZ

PARIS/TORONTO -- Paris based creative producers Savoir-Fer and REAZ have joined forces with Tricon Kids & Family to co-produce CGI digital kids’ comedy shorts entitled Me, Myself & My Selfie. The storyboard driven, non-verbal comedy shorts are being produced as an official France-Canada international co-production with creator Francois Elie Roulin composing the musical score and serving as Executive Producer for Savoir-Fer.  Andrea Gorfolova and Frank Saperstein are Executive Producers for Tricon, with Robert & Martin Rea for REAZ. Tricon International will represent the property for worldwide distribution. 

“We’re really excited to add this relevant and fun series to our slate and look forward to audiences enjoying it for years to come! This timely, modern version of non-verbal, short form story telling is showcased through “B” the adorable and very relatable character in Me, Myself and My Selfie,said Saperstein.

Me, Myself & My Selfie is the story of life, love and blurry Selfies told in two minutes. B is a unique little animal who is searching for his soul mate and needs to take the perfect Selfie to attract them. In each episode, B tries to take the best possible picture of himself. But for some reason it never comes out right.  Despite his frustration, B will never give up. Nothing can keep him from getting the perfect selfie.

“We are really glad to be part of this exciting project. B is such an adorable, lovable and relatable character that you can’t help but root for him to find his perfect soulmate, even against all odds,” said Martin Rea, Executive Producer, REAZ.

"Me, myself and my team are very exited too,” adds Roulin. 

Source: Savoir-Fer

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.