Kidscreen 2024: Banijay, Rai Kids, and France TV to launch "Mini Heroes of the Forest"

This show is a 3D preschool comedy-adventure produced by Movimenti Production and MoBo and co-produced by Zodiak Kids & Family France. It has been commissioned for two seasons, totaling 52 x 7’ episodes.

5 FEB 2024

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Banijay Kids & Family announced a new animated series, "Miniheroes of the Forest," with broadcast partners Rai Kids and France TV. They will be two seasons totaling 52 episodes of 7 minutes each. This 3D pre-school comedy adventure is based on the books of the same name by French publisher Auzou, which have been released in more than 15 countries. The show is produced by Movimenti Production and MoBo and co-produced by Zodiak Kids & Family France. The distribution will be handled by Banijay Kids & Family Distribution.

Executive Producers are Magali Fuzellier for Movimenti Production, Ilaria Mazzonis for MoBo, and Ludovic Taron for Zodiak Kids & Family France. The series is directed by Massimo Montigiani, and the headwaters are Christian De Vita and Ilenia Provenzi.

Giorgio Scorza, CEO of Movimenti Production, got excited about the quality of the content and the message it promotes: "We are passionate about Miniheroes of the Forest, which we love for its simplicity, the tenderness of the protagonists and the messages it conveys. The adventures and those mini mega powers that are in each of us are sure to captivate audiences immediately. MoBo, with its 3D animation expertise, was the obvious choice to bring on board, and we're also delighted to welcome our friends from Zodiak Kids & Family France," said.

Finally, Benoît Di Sabatino, CEO of Banijay Kids & Family, added: "Movimenti Production has created a show of poetic tenderness for a pre-school audience. Marking another dynamic internal collaboration within the group, we are very pleased the team has chosen Zodiak Kids & Family France and Banijay Kids & Family Distribution as co-production partners and distributors, respectively." Y," said.