Popular series gets 7-million-euro budget for new season, co-financed by France Télévisions, Super RTL, COFIMAGE 34, SOFITVCINE 11, and CNC; use of ‘Sherlock’ asset bank allows creatives to tap and reuse models, animations, and special effects from previous episodes to produce new ones.
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The two new kids’ series, from animation veteran Tom Bancroft’s crowd-funded Pencilish Studios, promise to ‘bring much-needed fun and edification back to screens.’
The 3DCG feature follows teenage orangutan Ozi’s journey across the rainforest to find her parents and stars Laura Dern, Amandla Stenberg, Donald Sutherland, Djimon Hounsou, RuPaul, Dean Charles Chapman and Rachel Shenton.
The all-star English voice cast includes Christian Bale, Dave Bautista, Gemma Chan, and Willem Dafoe; Studio Ghibli’s latest film kicks off November 22 in LA and NY with special preview engagements, followed by nationwide U.S. and Canadian release in December.
Inspired by the HGTV series starring real-life ‘Property Brothers,’ Drew and Jonathan Scott, the animated series centers on friends, family, school, and community – and really big dreams.
The World Heritage Convention will host a premiere screening for primary school children at its Parisian headquarters, followed by a discussion led by biodiversity and animal conservation experts; series set to launch Spring 2024.
Screened as an official selection at the Cannes and Annecy film festivals, Jérémie Perin’s animated feature debut comes to theaters in 2024, following its domestic French release next month.
The entertainment company expands relationship with YouNeek Studios’ founder Roye Okupe, which currently includes production of the animated fantasy series based on Dark Horse Comics’ award-winning graphic novel ‘Iyanu: Child of Wonder.’
The Oscar-nominated French animation studio and Films Grand Huit’s animated series, a sequel to the award-winning TV special of the same name, heads to Canne later this month.
International distribution deals were also announced for new and previous seasons of the popular animated series as well as ‘Bob the Builder’ and ‘Little People;’ WildBrain is heading to MIPCOM, which runs October 16-19.
The coveted Cristal Award and Gan Foundation winning animated feature that follows a well-meaning mother’s pursuit to feed her daughter a delicious meal has been sold in Japan, Benelux, China, Spain, India, Italy, U.S., Canada, and Taiwan.
On the heels of recent brand and digital platform launches along with a transition to the NYSE, the company adds the entertainment, media and high-tech industry executive who has held positions at the NFL Hall of Fame, Live Nation Entertainment, Warner Bros. and Universal Studios.
The collection of animated musical shorts inspired by the original ‘Super Why!’ series aims to help grow the literacy skills of young readers; show premieres October 18.
Philippe Alessandri, Clément De Ruyter and Sylvain Huchet discuss their serialized animated kids’ show – and tabletop game – filled with ‘meowgic’ and adventure, that follows four kittens banished from the ‘Kingdom of Cats’ who must learn to work together to find the treasure that will be their ticket home.
Inspired by role-playing game tropes, the kids’ series follows four kittens banished from the ‘Kingdom of Cats’ who must learn to work together to find the treasure that will be their ticket home.
Elysian Film Group, Anonymous Content, and Bleecker Street have acquired the film’s distribution rights, with a planned cinema release later this year.
December North American release set for the highly anticipated new - and last - Studio Ghibli film from the famed Academy Award-winning director; premieres internationally tomorrow at the 48th Toronto International Film Festival.
The 30-minute 2D animated film chronicles the journey of an orphaned bear adopted by Polish soldiers during WWII; it is a ‘profound story of identity, of belonging, of home’ - coming to BBC ALBA in the U.K. and TVP in Poland next year.
The 30+ year industry veteran will oversee implementation of the organization’s vision and objectives across production, distribution, marketing, and business; he assumes his new role September 11.
The all-new 3DCG show follows the adventure of Malibu Barbie and Brooklyn Barbie as they find and protect a baby Pegasus; Netflix debut set for September 14.
Under the new deal, the company adds two new popular kids shows to its slate of content available for streaming on the Roku Channel in the U.S.
The highly anticipated new - and last - Studio Ghibli film from the famed Academy Award-winning director hit Japanese theaters last month and will open in North America later this year.
The agreement with Televisión Azteca brings the 3DCG preschool series to Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras.