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Gaumont Reveals New Organization

Following the departure of Head of Production Operations Jean-Pierre Quenet at the end of 2013, after nearly 10 years in the position, Gaumont Animation’s managing director Pierre ... Continue Reading →
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New ‘Calimero’ Series to Premiere on France’s TF1

Calimero, a new animated CG series based on the classic international children’s series will premiere Feb. 9 in France on TF1. The new series, featuring the loveable little black ... Continue Reading →
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Gaumont’s ‘Calimero’ Hatches on Germany’s Super RTL

French studio Gaumont Animation, Calidra, Italy’s Studio Campedelli and Japanese partners TV Tokyo and Kodansha, announced that their new animated CGI series Calimero (104 x 11′), ... Continue Reading →
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Gaumont Plans a 50th Anniversary Bash for Calimero

Gaumont Animation (formerly Alphanim), is hosting a big bash to promote its upcoming CG-animated series Calimero on June 12 at the opening night of the the Annecy International Animation ... Continue Reading →
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Alphanim Rebrands as Gaumont Animation

French toon studio Alphanim, which was established in 1997 and has been part of the Gaumont Group since 2007, is being rebranded as Gaumont Animation. The first deal to be unveiled ... Continue Reading →
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‘Dude, That’s My Ghost’ Arrives on Disney XD

French animation studio Alphanim has finalized deals with Disney XD Latin America and Disney Southeast Asia for its clever new animated series Dude, That’s My Ghost! (52 x 11’). ... Continue Reading →
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Alphanim Brings 4 Toon Titles to NATPE

Leading European children’s entertainment production/distribution house Alphanim hopes to tempt U.S. and Latin American buyers at the 2013 NATPE market (taking place Jan. 28-30 in ... Continue Reading →
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Alphanim Sells Three Shows to Starz

French studio Alphanim has sold three of its animated series to U.S. premium cable channel Starz. The studio has made key sales to Australia, South Korea, Eastern Europe and Finland. The ... Continue Reading →