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Dandelooo’s “The Upside Down River” flows to canal+

Reading Time: < 1 minute Post Views: 2,036 Boutique French animation production and distribution company Dandelooo has announced that it has been commissioned to develop and produce a new serialized children’s animation series The Upside Down River for Canal+, France. Dandelooo’s animation studio Ooolala in la Cartoucherie, Valence (France) will produce the new 2D animation, in co-operation with Canal+ Family.  Written by Jean Regnaud (Ernest & Celestine) and Marie de Banville (Tobie Lolness) and directed by Paul Leluc (The Wolf, The Long Long Holiday), the ten half-hour episodes, targeted at 8 to 12-year olds, is…

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Movie Licensing 

PGS secures distribution partners for animated fearure

Reading Time: < 1 minute Post Views: 2,492 Paris-based PGS has secured new distribution partners for ON Entertainment’s upcoming book-based animated feature Tall Tales from the Magical Garden of Antoon Krings. The film follows the adventures of Apollo, a carefree, singing cricket who, after traveling to a magical garden to start a new life, discovers all is not as it seems as he falls in love. The family-friendly film will make its premiere this December in France, courtesy of Universal and Gebeka, before showing internationally in 2018. New global distribution partners include Praesens (Switzerland), NOS (Portugal), Monolith…

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Entertainment Licensing 

One Animation signs slew of broadcasting agreements for season one of Oddbods

Reading Time: < 1 minute Post Views: 5,724 After the second season of its long-form animated TV series Oddbods went into production, One Animation has inked a slew of new broadcasting agreements for season one. The second season, that was given a go ahead earlier this year, has already been snapped up by Turner for its Cartoon Network and Boomerang kids channels in Latin America and Boomerang across EMEA. Additional broadcasters that have acquired the season one of Oddbods include Nickelodeon (Benelux), SVT (Sweden) and Carousel (Russia). The first season also airs on Disney (Asia), Canal+ (France…

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