9 Story Media, Brown Bag Films, and Karma's World Entertainment are teaming on show about a young Black girl finding her voice and using it to change the world.
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Joining forces with Brown Bag Films, BASE founders Lily Wang and Daniel Harjanto Setyawan to report to 9 Story COO Cathal Gaffney.
Four-part CG animated miniseries based on the classic 1972 novel by Richard Adams arrives on Netflix on December 23.
‘Luna’ exposes young viewers to social studies concepts while ‘Molly’ follows the adventures of an Alaska Native girl.
Label will serve as the company’s creative hub for both 2D and 3D animation across Toronto, Dublin and Manchester.
CG-animated holiday special based on the popular children’s story from Pulitzer Prize-winning author Frank McCourt and starring Ruth Negga and Lucy O’Connell is currently in the early stages of animation.
Speakers at Animation Dingle’s fifth edition include ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ director Dean DeBlois, Cartoon Saloon’s Nora Twomey, former Nickelodeon exec Russel Hicks, Brown Bag Films’ Bronagh O’Hanlon and Darragh O'Connell, Lupus Films’ Camilla Deakin, Amazon Studios’ Tara Sorensen, and more.
Doc and friends go ‘Into the Hundred Acre Wood!’ in a special episode of Disney Junior’s ‘Doc McStuffins,’ debuting on national Winnie the Pooh Day, Wednesday, January 18.
Disney Junior orders a fifth season of the Peabody Award-winning series produced by Academy Award-nominated animation studio Brown Bag Films.
Adaptation of beloved book series by ‘Pippi Longstocking’ author Astrid Lindgren is directed by Gorō Miyazaki; Amazon Studios also orders new series ‘Little Big Awesome,’ combining 2D animation, puppetry and live-action, and greenlights second season of ‘The Stinky & Dirty Show.’
VFX producer on Oscar-nominated stop-motion animated feature ‘Anomalisa’ joins Mumbai-based 3D animation studio as international business development producer charged with establishing the company’s presence in Los Angeles.
Emmy-winning series animated by Ireland’s Brown Bag Films recognized for “remarkable transformation” from children’s literary work to TV.
See how the animated series based on the ‘I Stink!’ book series was brought to life for Amazon Studios with director David McCamley, writer Guy Toubes, creative director Darragh O’Connell, and art director Phil McDarby.
Former Aardman Animations exec with more than 20 years in the industry will focus on bringing in new content from Europe as well as greenlighting projects with European broadcasters.
Original preschool show animated by Brown Bag Films is based on the ‘I Stink!’ book series featuring original music from Dan Bern and celebrity voice talent including Whoopi Goldberg, Jane Lynch, Andy Richter, Joan Cusack and Wallace Shawn.
Dublin-headquartered animation studio Brown Bag Films takes home the Pipeline Shotty Award recognizing excellence in tool development at SIGGRAPH 2016.
Mammal Studios pipeline technical director Janice Collier is honored with this year’s Hero Award for her outstanding contributions and the ongoing development of Shotgun’s Toolkit.
First-ever museum exhibit dedicated to the award-winning animated series produced by Ireland’s Brown Bag Films opens August 6 at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis.
New licensing agent appointed for Spain and Portugal for International Emmy Award-winning preschool phenomenon produced in partnership with Ireland’s Brown Bag Films.
Kids cable network doubles its preschool slate with Channel 5 co-production ‘Nella the Princess Knight,’ 9 Story co-production ‘Top Wing,’ Spin Master Entertainment’s ‘Abby Hatcher’ and Brown Bag Films’ ‘Butterbean’s Café,’ as well as new specials for ‘Blaze and the Monster Machines’ and ‘PAW Patrol.’
Four-part CG miniseries based on the classic novel by Richard Adams to be directed by Noam Murro with animation produced at Dublin-based studio Brown Bag Films.
Following the acquisition of Brown Bag Films, Toronto-based company names Cathal Gaffney COO, Natalie Osborne Chief Strategy Officer, and Steve Jarosz EVP.
9 Story Media Group appoints cable programming pioneer and technology entrepreneur Geraldine Laybourne to the company's board of directors.