Animated feature film co-production from Studio B Animation and Flying Bark Productions to hit theaters in 2020 and 2021.
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Animated co-production with Australian production company Studio B Animation, in association with Flying Bark Productions, is planned to hit cinemas in 2020/2021.
New 22-episode CGI TV series will follow release of animated feature set to deliver in October, 2019.
New York-based studio founded by Josh Selig will continue to work on new projects in conjunction with the new owners’ assets.
German company will spotlight at AFM acquisition of two ‘Maya the Bee’ features and the upcoming ‘Princess Emmy.’
The 52 x 12’ CGI-animated series starring a cheeky koala starts on the newly launched platform after distributor Comarex brokered the pay-TV deal with National Geographic, and the series is produced by Flying Bark Productions in association with Telegael Teoranta (Ireland) and Giant Wheel (India).
Munich-based Studio 100 Film presents a brand-new teaser trailer for the forthcoming second feature installment in the ‘Maya the Bee’ franchise, featuring clumsy soldier ants, Arnie and Barney.
Produced by Flying Bark Productions, CG-animated feature ‘Blinky Bill – The Movie’ picked up by Delta Films in Peru) and Myndform in Iceland.
Managing director of Australia’s most established full-service animation studio is honored at this year’s 2016 Premier’s NSW Export Awards.
Based on the ratings success of ‘Maya the Bee,’ Hungarian public broadcaster signs licensing agreement for CG-animated series, ‘Tashi,’ produced by Australia's Flying Bark Productions.
Already a hit in Poland, Australia’s favorite Koala, ‘Blinky Bill,’ heads to international territories in CG animated feature from Flying Bark Productions, Assemblage and Telegael Teoranta.
Flying Bark Productions confirms that Seven Network Australia is commissioning broadcaster for a brand-new series, ‘The Wild Adventures of Blinky Bill,’ set to air in 2016.
Deal for German/Australian 3D animation feature includes all rights for the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland.
CGI reboot based on the original 1930’s book series written by Dorothy Wall is produced by Flying Bark Productions.