Longtime studio creative joins leadership team to oversee 2D projects for both original and client service work, focusing on anime-influenced traditional animation and the recently announced After Bark brand.
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Popular online cooking brand expands into the world of animation with ‘Chefclub Friends;’ currently in development, the show is set to be presented at Kidscreen and MIPTV.
Set for an exclusive launch August 12, the CG animated series follows a young heir to a werewolf pack – but something goes terribly wrong during his ‘warfing;’ based on the books by Jayne Lyons, the series has been sold in 80 territories.
Executives had continued to run and expand the production studio after its 2017 purchase by the German family entertainment company; Studio 100 co-CEOs Barbara Stephen and Martin Krieger will oversee integration and streamlining of the studio’s international business as well as continuity of projects in the pipeline.
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 York-based studio founded by Josh Selig will continue to work on new projects in conjunction with the new owners’ assets.
Hans Ulrich Stoef to continue as the CEO of m4e, former Supervisory Board members Oliver Jansen, Cees Wessels, and Andrewas Kinsky have resigned.
Produced by Flying Bark Productions, CG-animated feature ‘Blinky Bill – The Movie’ picked up by Delta Films in Peru) and Myndform in Iceland.
With production set to begin later this year, Planeta Junior teams up with m4e to co-produce and distribute hybrid television series developed by Sherry Gunther Shugerman.
CGI-animated series currently in production is based on the book by Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf, first woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Studio 100 acquires a 68 percent majority stake in the German brand management and media company m4e.
New broadcasting deal includes approximately 200 half hours of children’s programming, including ‘Vic the Viking’ and ‘Maya the Bee.’
First episodes of CGI-animated series based on Luc Besson’s successful book saga and movie trilogy are set for delivery by December 2017.
MoMedia bringing ‘Maya the Bee,’ ‘Vic the Viking,’ and ‘Heidi’ to iTunes in the U.S., U.K., and Canada.
Multi-year licensing agreement encompasses the German-speaking market in addition to other areas throughout Europe; products will be available starting in 2017.
Co-branded channel for the Middle East and North Africa region will broadcast programs from Studio 100’s extensive library of classics as well as modern CG series ‘Maya the Bee,’ ‘Vic the Viking’ and ‘Heidi.’
Studio 100 Media concludes a deal with Al Jazeera Media Network for the new CGI versions of ‘Vic the Viking’ and ‘Heidi’ and the CG-animated preschool series ‘Trains.’
Deal for German/Australian 3D animation feature includes all rights for the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland.