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International children’s production and distribution company Studio 100 Media GmbH has launched a new film division under the banner Studio 100 Film, and has secured its first theatrical film for international distribution, Maya The Bee – The Movie. The announcement was made by Studio 100 Media’s managing director, Patrick Elmendorff. “Following on from the recent [...]
+ Guru Studio has announced the sale of season 2 of its preschool toon Justin Time (26 x 11) to Discover Kids Latin America. The deal was finalized by Guru’s LatAm and Spain agent, Imira Entertainment. Season 1 of the series launched on Discovery Kids LatAm in April, 2012 with [...]
+ Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana Enterprises and The Topps Company are entering into a partnership to develop a new animated boys’ action series Mysticons (26 x 22). The show aimed at kids 6-11 will be produced by Nelvana Studio and written by veteran kids show penman Sean Jara (RedaKai, Hot Wheels: [...]
Studio 100 Media has signed a license agreement with Austrian public broadcaster ORF for the new animated series Heidi (39 x 22’). The deal, which was finalized at MIPCOM in October, gives ORF exclusive FreeTV rights for the newly re-mastered 3-D/CGI animation series in Austria and South Tyrol. First introduced [...]
More new animated shows announced pick-ups from international broadcasters and cablers on the second day (Oct.9) of the MIPCOM content market. Studio 100 Media’s rebooted 3-D classics Maya the Bee (78 x 11’), Vicky the Viking (78 x 11’) and Heidi (39 x 22’) will be distributed by Montreal-based DVD [...]
Flemish studio Studio 100 has tapped Indie distributor Thunderbird Films to distribute its new, 3D animated adventure series Maya the Bee into Canada and to help the producer with U.S. sales of the 78 x 13-minute episodes produced in high definition. The property, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, is [...]
The beginning of April may signal the arrival of spring in the natural world, but for TV execs and animation producers, it only means one thing: Yup, it’s time to fight the crowds and sell your goods at the MIPTV content market (April 1-4) in Cannes. Here are some of [...]