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Kensuke’s Kingdom (Status: in development) Synopsis A young boy named Michael is taken by his family on a round-the-world sailing trip. But when a storm strikes, Michael and his dog Stella are swept overboard and washed up on a remote island. They struggle to survive, but one day Michael wakes …

Rapid growth of the studio Animationweek (AW): Could you please introduce your studio with its brief history? ​Corinne Kouper (CK): TeamTO was founded in Paris in 2005 by my production partners Guillaume Hellouin, Caroline Souris, and me. Since its launch, we have grown in size, geographical footprint, and reputation, becoming …

La Cabane Productions (France) has signed agreements with CANAL+ and CAKE for the development of Mush-Mush and the Mushables on 6th June 6th, 2017. CANAL+ is aiming to air the series on “Piwi+” and “Canal+ Family”. CAKE joins the project as co-producer and international distributor. Already, VRT-Ketnet (Belgium) has confirmed …

Part 6: Frima Studio Frima Studio is the leading company of the thriving digital industry in Québec City. They are developing cross media content, online games, mobile games, console games, VR games, VFX, and animation with over 250 in-house industry professionals. We could visit the studio as part of the …

Mironins (Status: in development) Mironins is an animation project based on a successful activity book for children titled Mironins. A book for playing and learning with Joan Miró. We had the opportunity to hear the story behind the project from directors Mikel Mas Bilbao and Celia Rico Clavellino, and co-producer …

Interview with Jeff Kinney “It was the first film that was conceived to eventually be a film” Animationweek (AW): How did this film project start? Jeff Kinney (JK): This film started as a book as most films do. But this book was different because I wrote it with a movie …

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