God’s Gang, the production company behind new animation "God’s Gang" led by former Disney exec Nimrod Avraham May, announces that Bruce Daitch, former COO and CFO of DreamWorks Animation and VP of Animation at Netflix, is joining its advisory board.
Daitch joins an award-winning team of animation veterans behind the series, including director Ehud Landsberg ("Transformers: Cyberverse") and writer Rob Kutner ("The Daily Show"). Daitch will help facilitate new partnerships in funding, production and broadcasting worldwide, for new episodes and other content of the series.
"God’s Gang" is the first animated series of its kind, a highly original multicultural and multinational series bringing together four extraordinary heroes from different faiths; Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Judaism. Through martial arts, themes of unity and extraordinary adventures, the four characters showcase the power of peace, kindness, and unity for audiences aged 9-19 with a universal appeal. The series has already gained huge momentum online, with the 13-minute pilot bringing in over 3 million views.
The series is created by Nimrod Avraham May, former Marketing Exec at Disney, whose vision was brought to life by the team at Infinite Frameworks in Singapore. May’s production banner God’s Gang brings together an international team from over 13 countries that is committed to keeping its projects free from AI-generated content.
Bruce Daitch says, “I am beyond proud to join a team that is so committed to changing the world, one martial arts superhero at a time. From all of my experience I understand the power of animation as an educational tool – especially when it’s fun and engaging. The God’s Gang team have nailed it, and I am excited to work with them.”
Nimrod Avraham May, CEO of God’s Gang., adds, “As a father, God's Gang is a product of my dream for my daughters to live in a world where peace, love, compassion, kindness and truth are the values that society is built upon. Bruce joining our team means we can reach even bigger audiences across the world and bring people together regardless of their cultural background or religion.”