Lupus and Tricon Team Up for ‘My Big Red Head’

London-based animation company Lupus Films is joining forces with co-producer and distributor Tricon Kids & Family to develop My Big Red Head — a new potential co-production ... Continue Reading →

Tricon Finds Partners for ‘Me, Myself & My Selfie’

Paris-based produces Savoir-Fer and REAZ have teamed up with Tricon Kids & Family to co-produce a new CG kids comedy shorts series Me, Myself & My Selfie (104 x 2). The French-Canadian, ... Continue Reading →

World Animation Summit: Understanding Hybrid Studios

For smaller up and coming studios, the hybrid model — studios with a foot in the commercial, gaming and feature film pools who create their own content as well as produce content ... Continue Reading →

Wildseed, Tricon to Co-Produced ‘Counterfeit Cat’

Wildseed Studios and Tricon Kids & Family will co-produce an animated TV comedy series Counterfeit Cat for kids ages 6-12 for Disney XD EMEA and Teletoon Canada. The United Kingdom-Canada ... Continue Reading →
Frank Saperstein

Frank Saperstein Joins Tricon Kids as EVP

Tricon Films & Television is continuing the growth trajectory of its Kids & Family division with the appointment of Frank Saperstein as Executive Vice President – Kids, ... Continue Reading →

Bardel Collaborating with Frank Saperstein

Canada’s award-winning animation and digital media studio Bardel Entertainment, Inc. has entered into a non-exclusive partnership with L.A.-based, Emmy-nominated toon vet Frank Saperstein ... Continue Reading →

Surprise Bag Announces Joint Venture with marblemedia

Toronto-based entertainment producer marblemedia has joined forces with L.A.-based exec producer, writer and director Frank Saperstein and his newly launched entertainment development ... Continue Reading →

Veteran Producer Saperstein Launches Surprise Bag

Veteran animation and children’s programming producer Frank Saperstein has announced the launch of his new banner, Surprise Bag. Surprise Bag intends to expands into a more diverse ... Continue Reading →