This year’s slate is incredible, with many exciting up and coming movies, TV’s and gaming releases.
Microscopic Milton is a British series of short animated films. Created and written by Tony Garth, they were first broadcast on CBBC between 1997 and 1999. The TV show was first broadcast on CBBC between 1997 and 1999, Produced by Splash Animation Ltd and executive produced by Russell Neale Anthony Dever with distribution through EVA Entertainment. The series was sold via acquisition to the BBC in the UK and Disney Channel in the USA. Two series were produced each of 13 X 5' with a total of 26 episodes. Microscopic Milton was a tiny man who lived in a clock on the mantelpiece in a house owned by Mrs. Witherspoon, who was unaware of Milton's existence. Milton was befriended by Mrs. Witherspoon's large, shaggy dog, Douglas.
The French-British stop motion animated series, The Magic Roundabout, was created in 1963 by Segre Danot with the help of Ivor Wood (who as it happens was born in Leeds, the headquarters for Those Licensing People) and quickly attained cult status here in the UK when it engaged an adult audience who appreciated Eric Thompson’s dry, humorous narrative. The extent of their loyalty to the show was demonstrated when the BBC moved it from its original time slot just before the evening news to an earlier children’s viewing time and it instigated a barrage of complaints. Die-hard fans of the series will be aware that the British story lines bear no resemblance to the original French version and that instead of translating directly from the original, narrator Eric Thompson (father of actress Emma Thompson) chose to deliver his own stories based on what he could see happening on the screen. This resulted in a charmingly bizarre and immensely original series that was an instant hit with both children and adults alike and at its peak attracted an audience of 8 million viewers. The series went on to form the basis of the 2005 CGI animated film of the same name with an all-star cast that included Robbie Williams as the voice of Dougal, Kylie Minogue as Florence, Jim Broadbent as Brian, Joanna Lumley as Ermintrude, Ian McKellen as Zebedee and Bill Nighy as Dylan. The film did not try to emulate the original but rather is inspired by its predecessor and successfully made way for a new era of The Magic Roundabout which children of this generation can enjoy.
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Little Monsters is a children’s television that first ran from 1998 to 1999 on BBC1, being produced for the BBC. The show was based on the books of the same name by Tony Garth, focusing each week on a different central mischievous and eccentric child each with their own very relatable traits.
Boys vs Girls™ is a school age series for both genders where, literally, Boys are from Mars, Girls are from Venus and the Universe is the battleground! The Boys operate from their high-tech base on Mars, The General, Thunderbelly, Wiz and Bolts keep The General, Thunderbelly, Wiz and Bolts keep boy-space glitter-free and show their latest recruit, Soldier, the ropes. Meanwhile the Girls scan the skies from their beautiful castle on Venus where Pinkcess, Foxtrot, Bluebell and space-sheep Lullabaa look after their youngest trainee, Scout. With dazzling visuals, hilarious characters, incredible With dazzling visuals, hilarious characters, incredible music and unforgettable storytelling; the simple message of equality has never been so much fun. Following the exploits of an amazing cast of characters, Boys vs Girls™ takes us across every planet in the solar system on the most exciting, colourful adventures known to Boy, or Girl!
Zuma is the Jack Russell terrier, born and raised in Taunton by his loving owner Sam Morgan-Bertish and her young son. From the moment he arrived at the family home back in March 2007, Zuma was into everything and the family could see that Zuma was going to take them on an exciting journey ending up with them running their own business. Indeed the Mum entrepreneur, who had a career in fashion design before her marriage, was so taken by Zuma, she thought his cute, but crazy behaviour would make great stories for her son, who would be born later in that year. “I recall some funny things Zuma would do, which would include putting tools back in the box for my father when he would come to do some DIY at the house”. This was the inspiration for her first book “Zuma likes DIY” and being the creative soul that Sam is, two other books were soon created “Zuma likes to dig” and “Zuma likes to hide”. The books originally intended for Sam’s son, soon became popular with our friends children, who would come to visit their friend Zuma. With this increasing popularity and what was originally intended as a family project for the benefit of Sam’s son turned into a fully fledged business to include a clothing range and toys, dedicated to producing fun, lovely products fully inspired by Zuma, so others can enjoy and share in the love that is their dog Zuma!
Rollie & Friends
Fast paced, action packed and full of fun, this animated series for pre-schoolers features best friends Rollie the Roller Coaster and Tootie the Runaway Train Ride as they learn to cope with the ups and downs of life, alongside their friends in Sunshine Cove. Rollie is an enthusiastic, young Roller Coaster who aspires to be the best ride in the whole of Sunshine Cove. Rollie knows the way to become the best is to learn from all the other rides, especially the older, more experienced ones like Miss Sunshine the Ferris Wheel and Captain Splash the Pirate Ship. While Rollie is eager to learn, he’s also eager to please, and is always happy to help when and where he can.
Cut the Rope has been an instant success since its debut in October, 2010. The game remains a top app throughout mobile markets, browsers and desktops, and has been downloaded more than 600 million times to date. In addition to the games, there is also Cut the Rope comics and Om Noms very own animation series “Om Nom Stories”. They’ve also recently extended the Cut the Rope franchise with toys, board games, apparel, accessories and other branded merchandise.
Zou is a French animated children’s television series inspired by the books of Michel Gay made by the Cyber Group Studios. It is broadcast by Disney Junior (UK & Ireland), Disney Junior (Portugal), Disney Junior (Latin America), and PBS Kids Sprout as well as NBC Kids (United States). It has also been made available on Hulu, to members of the site’s Hulu Plus paid model. The series of episodes, lasting 10 minutes each, are transmitted two at a time, the second immediately after the first one, except on PBS Kids Sprout, where the episodes are shown individually. The characters include Zou, Elzee, Mum, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, Nana, Mr Zoey, Zinnia, Zac and Elzee’s mum.
Boy and the Dinosaur™ is a preschool series about an ordinary Boy and his extraordinary friend, Dinosaur. It blends big, visual storytelling and broad, physical comedy with plenty of original music and a simple educational philosophy. Boy is an ordinary, four year old boy. He loves climbing, exploring and playing – but, most of all, he loves dinosaurs! One night, Boy wished so hard on a shooting star that his wish came true… and Boy got Dinosaur!
Dragon Ball Z commonly abbreviated as DBZ is a Japanese anime television series produced by Toei Animation. DBZ is the sequel to the Dragon Ball anime and adapts the latter 325 chapters of the original 519-chapter Dragon Ball Manga series created by Akira Toriyama.
Discover a world where buildings talk, where animals stop you while you walk. Discover a world where mountains smile, where teacups chat to you a while. There are 120 different Worldeez to collect; 15 from each country, including a boy and a girl together with the items which make up their world. These are divided into 4 categories: food items; arts & culture; landscape and nature and architecture.View Project
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Dubit have always been at the forefront of technology that engages young people. From launching the first kids game world back in 1999, through to creating the first kids’ virtual reality game on Oculus Rift in 2014.
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1461 is an Independent Producer of Children’s CGI-animated content. Working exclusively with Foothill Entertainment for Distribution. The company has several projects in production and development with key presales and co-productions in place.
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