13 MAY 2021

SNIPPLE TO PRODUCE "THE PROUD FAMILY: LOUDER AND PROUDER" FOR DISNEY+

In its ten anniversary, the animation studio has been commissioned by Disney Television Animation of its new series and will continue working on DreamWorks original series "The Mighty Ones".

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"The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder"

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Global animation studio Snipple has been commissioned to be the animation production partner for Disney Television Animation’s series "The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder" for Disney+. Moreover, the company has also been renewed to continue on DreamWorks Animation’s original series "The Mighty Ones".  

These new deals mark a significant milestone for Snipple, as it celebrates its 10th year.  The studio began in a rented 20-meter square office in Manila (The Philippines).  Since then, under the leadership of the founders, CEO Kaine Patel, President Jonathan Tinsay and Creative Director Romy Garcia, the company has grown from 20 people to over 800 and works with the world’s leading animation studios including Disney Television Animation, DreamWorks and Warner Media.  

Snipple’s illustrious portfolio of animation work includes "Animaniacs", "Green Eggs and Ham", "DuckTales", "Where’s Waldo", "Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Candace Against the Universe" and earlier this year, the company announced it had secured £6m funding from growth investor BGF to develop its own IP.  

CEO Kaine Patel says: “I have absolutely loved building our business and have made brilliant connections with some of the world’s leading networks along the way. We’ve developed an approach to animation focused on our people, quality, communication and delivery, allowing us to turn our hand to a wide variety of projects.”

President Jonathan Tinsay adds: “It’s incredible to remember how humbly we began. We’ve built from the ground up and nurtured creativity to support a culture which enables people to flourish.  At the same time, we’ve given the local animation industry a fresh outlook that rewards commitment with stability and growth.”