FantaWild Animation will be flying to MIPTV 2011 in Cannes, France, to welcome buyers and visitors from every corner of the world at the China United Pavilion (Stand 05.01A) from April 4 to 7, 2011.
After a great success at MIPCOM 2010, FantaWild will cause another stir around at the upcoming MIPTV2011 with a wide spectrum of animated series. Two latest programs are hotly anticipated at this festival. Chicken Stew - Tales from the Salted-Egg Temple is going to offer its first hilarious taste of kung fu. With the comedic style inherited from its predecessor—the rollicking Chicken Stew, it unfolds, however, a different story in which Uncle Wattles and Free Range set on a road towards kung fu excellence. The other fresh production that FantaWild will showcase is One and a Half Heroes, a 3D detective comedy that features two sleuths, The Federal Knight and his disciple Little Bon-Bon, who try to solve knotty mysteries on the vast plain of ancient China with their boundless energy and quick wit.
Having been shortly shortlisted for the Czech AniFest 2011 competition, Brainy Bubbly Bug Buddies will be taken to the festival to share their funny but educative stories with kids of 3 to 8 worldwide.
The new candidate for Italy’s Pulcinella Awards 2011—Boonie Bears will also be found on the list.
FantaWild Animation celebrates outstanding performance over the past year, both at home and abroad.In2010,Fantawild’s animations that were approved for distribution recorded 12,818 minutes, making it the second largest animation producer in China. In the family of kung fu series, Kung Fu Masters of the Zodiac-12 Zodiac Way stood out as China’s only selected work in Asian Content Exchange of MIPCOM 2010, and brought home the Creative Awards, granted by China Animation Association. And its twin brother Kung Fu Masters of the Zodiac-Origins of the Twelve even went further to be on the finalist of MIP Junior Kids’ Jury 2010. As the first member of the family, Kung Fu Masters of the Zodiac was so riveting to be nominated for Italy’s Pulcinella Awards 2010, and became the most popular program of CCTV Children’s Channel in the first half of 2010. Apart from its being nominated for Japan TBS Digicon6 Awards 2010, the Chicken Stew topped in rating during when aired at CCTV Children.