Geographical Region: Middle East
Animasia Studio inks deal with MBC Group, bringing 2 original animated series to the Middle East and North Africa; shows feature the slapstick adventures of a wannabe magician, and Chuck and the Kung Fu master with his magical egg.
The annual student-focused initiative encourages students and educators to participate in a six-week climate change program; it sets out to inspire kids with daily challenges that can collectively make a difference in the health of our planet.
Animation studio’s trio of kids’ series heads to SVOD and AVOD platforms Shahid VIP and Shahid; the deal kicks off later this month with the debut of ‘Counting With Paula’ Season 5 and ‘Leo the Wildlife Ranger.’
13-country study, undertaken as part of network’s ‘Climate Champions’ campaign, shows health of the planet a top priority for kids 6-12.
New 18 language campaign looks to educate kids about climate change, empowering them to join a community of young people to take on small changes that can ‘Make a World of Difference.’
The music-video inspired commercial features an emotionally nuanced CG primate portraying an everyday, burned out businessperson needing a break from life’s mundane routines.
MENA families will be able to view ‘Transformers: Rescue Bots,’ ‘Power Rangers Beast Morphers,’ and ‘My Little Pony: Pony Life’ on Spacetoon T.V channel and Spacetoon GO.
Company resurrects legendary studio name; Sam Register and Vanessa Brookman to co-lead flagship TV animation studio formerly known as Cartoon Network Studios Europe.
The go-to destination for the Egyptian animation community will feature four days of screenings, workshops, and discussions suitable for all audiences.
From the team behind global hit ‘The Amazing World of Gumball’ comes a new animated sci-fi comedy series about a boy and his mum suddenly transported across the universe; global rollout begins later this year.
10-year partnership will build regional gaming hub for industry offering a training and entrepreneurial platform for cultivating talent and launching new careers throughout Middle East and Africa.
ASIFA Israel’s annual event celebrating Israeli animation, held virtually August 20th, saw 209 film submissions.
‘The God of High School’ director Sunghoo Park leads the production of new series based on Gege Akutami’s manga published by Shueisha in Japan and VIZ Media in the U.S.
Program encourages submissions from UK-based LGBTIQ+ filmmakers working with storytellers/filmmakers from the African continent and Middle East.
Journalist and director discusses her award-winning room-scale VR experience, which chronicles the ever-present dangers of hidden IEDs for civilians in Iraq after the war against IS ended.
After successfully broadcast run in Italy, Rai and Larcadarte’s ‘The Star of Andra and Tati’ will air in Israel on Yom HaShoah, the Holocaust Memorial Day.
Featuring tales by women storytellers, the two-time César-winning filmmaker’s next animated feature will be set in Morocco and Istanbul.
Special three-day screening event from GKIDS and Fathom Events returns the Oscar-winning director’s timeless story of courage and friendship to U.S. theaters on November 18, 19 & 20.
Animated series features ancient sage of the orient, who uses comedy to deflate the imperfect and selfish people he encounters.
Filmmakers were granted access to the Frank family archives and plan a family-oriented feature in which the young girl’s cat wakes in modern day Europe and tries to find out what happened to her.
Award-winning 2D-animated kids series from Gonbad Caboud Studio to screen in competition at this year’s Annecy International Animation Festival.
Barajoun Entertainment founder Ayman Jamal details his journey to bring the first fully Middle Eastern-funded and produced CG-animated feature to the big screen.