Studio 100 Film has inked a multi-film agreements with theatrical distributor Cinema Republic that will bring the upcoming second and third Maya the Bee CGI features and Princess Emmy – The Movie to South Korean audiences. The deal includes theatrical, TV and home video rights for all three movies.
Maya the Bee 2 – The Honey Games will be completed by the end of 2017, with the third film set to take flight at the end of 2019. Princess Emmy is set for delivery in May of 2018.
“We are excited about this first collaboration with Cinema Republic that allows three of our movies to travel to South Korea. We all look forward to the new movies and hope that Maya’s brand-new adventures and Emmy’s captivating story will entertain children and families in South Korea,” said Thorsten Wegener, Director Business Operations of Studio 100 Film.
Maya the Bee 2 – The Honey Games unfolds as an overenthusiastic Maya accidentally embarrasses the Empress of Buzztropolis, and is forced to unite with a team of misfit bugs and compete in the Honey Games for a chance to save her hive. Fortunately, her best friend Willy, the loveable but clumsy ants Arnie and Barney and her trustworthy advisor, Flip the grasshopper, will be by her side. The film is produced by Studio 100 Media, in co-production with Studio B Animation (Australia) and in association with Flying Bark Productions. Studio 100 Film is the worldwide sales agent.
“Princess Emmy – The Movie, directed by Piet de Rycker (Laura’s Star, Little Polar Bear) tells the story of a young princess who is severely put to the test and risks everything in order to win the right to possess a truly remarkable gift. The project is produced by Studio 100 Media with its parent company, Studio 100 NV (Belgium), and Red Kite Animation as co-producer. Studio 100 Film acts as sales agent for the worldwide rights.