Developed by an all-female creative team, TeamTo’s original animated series follows an ordinary girl who is unexpectedly transformed into a legendary superhero.
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Based on ‘My Life in Versailles,’ the acclaimed 2D film inspired by the 2015 attack, new series will follow the film’s main character, 8-year-old Violette, who after losing her parents, is sent to live with a relative where she must face and conquer her traumatic past.
European kids’ entertainment company partners with France Télévisions and SUPER RTL to bring female superhero to life in upcoming action-adventure series.
TeamTO taps licensing company, This is Iris, to spearhead marketing of the sophisticated and refined pug, Mike, in the UK.
Based on ‘Gigantosaurus’ series airing on Disney Junior, game lets players explore a vast, prehistoric world as their favorite dino buddy from the show.
Emmy Award-winning producer will continue to serve as executive producer of Nick’s reboot of the iconic series, ‘Rugrats.’
Over 1,000 producers, investors, buyers and broadcasters attend 29th edition of leading European animation co-production platform, held September 10-13 in Toulouse.
France-based companies will collaborate on developing new intellectual properties for the global market.
French distributor Superights lands the Atlantyca-Superprod co-production on the broadcaster serving English Canada.
CAKE sets deal for more episodes of the award-winning comedy series, which it co-produces with TeamTO.
The series is being produced with France Télévisions and Gloob Brazil, with leading drone manufacturer Silverlit on board as worldwide master toy partner, and PGS handling global distribution, licensing and merchandising.
Award-winning French animation company’s 2D-animated preschool comedy series to air on Disney Junior across Latin America, including Brazil.
The ambitious new, hyperrealistic CGI comedy series is in pre-production for a planned 2019 broadcast.
With pre-sales for Australia’s Channel 9 already in place for preschool series co-produced by Three’s A Company, WATCH NEXT MEDIA signs agreements with France Télévisions and SUPER RTL.
With 55 projects from 19 European countries selected to date for European pitching event, more than 700 animation film professionals are set to gather March 2-4 in Lyon, France.
Paris-based Watch Next Media enters into a development deal on the company’s first series with France Télévisions on its 52-episode 11-minute animated series, ‘Nate is Late.’
Brand-new Series, ‘Noddy, Toyland Detective,’ produced by Gaumont Animation in association with DreamWorks Animation Television, is set to debut on France Télévisions’ France 5 in 2016.
Animated comedy series set to screen at Annecy is produced by French studio Je Suis Bien Content in association with The Walt Disney Company EMEA and France Télévisions.
Coming out of its official launch at MIP Junior, animated comedy series produced by French studio Je Suis Bien Content is sold to Disney for broadcast in Japan, Southeast Asia and Latin America.
New deals for series created by Brad Peyton are signed across Europe, Latin America, Australia and the Middle East.