New 2D animation series, about a clown and carnival family that decides to settle down in the suburbs after years of being on the road, is created by Canadian writer Ian Boothby.
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Running November 18 – 20, event to showcase new projects from Australia, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, and Japan.
Former Henson executive appointed to newly created position at studio behind ‘Miraculous – Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir’ CG-animated series.
Best-in-class concepts from Korea, Indonesia, Australia, Malaysia, Thailand, China and New Zealand will be pitched live to an audience of buyers/investors.
Seventh annual event will showcase 24 new animated projects from Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, Thailand, China and beyond.
Move solidifies the company’s position as a leading vertically integrated kids & family content provider with full-scale operations in Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia.
Best-in-class concepts from Australia, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, China and New Zealand will be pitched live to audience of buyers and investors.
For veteran animation producer Leanne Passafonti, finding success in the Middle Kingdom is all about preparation, partnering and managing expectations.
Asian Animation Summit 2017 showcases 24 animated projects from Australia, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and beyond that have never been to market.
Running November 29 through December 1 in Brisbane, AAS 2017 to showcase new projects from Australia, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.
New series inspired by pop artist Romero Britto is written by Emmy Award-winning writer Judy Rothman Rofé and produced by Grey Matther’s Lawrence Grey and Ben Everard.
First nine episodes of season 3 of the global hit from Russia’s Animaccord Animation Studio have already been released in cinemas across Europe and Latin America.
Representing the very best kids animated TV development work across Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia and New Zealand, the new projects will be presented live at the event to an audience of broadcasters, co-producers, distributors and investors from Asia and the international marketplace.
Deadlines for entries is September 16; new set of ‘Best in Class’ awards to pay special tribute to the top kids programming entry in each of its three age categories.
Fifth annual Asian Animation Summit Showcasing 24 animated projects from Australia, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand and beyond to be held November 22-24 in Brisbane, Australia.
Head of creative development at Pixar Animation Studios to illustrate the special relationship between narrative and technological innovation that has produced some of the best animated films of all time.
Best-in-class concepts from Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, Singapore, India and China will be pitched live to buyers December 7-9 in Jeju, South Korea.
Kidscreen unveils 18 new animation concepts from Australia, Malaysia, Korea, Thailand, Singapore and New Zealand that will be showcased the 2014 Asian Animation Summit.
Showcasing 24 animated projects from Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia and beyond that have never before been to market.