Prime Entertainment Group has closed a range of deals for animation content with international partners ahead of the Annecy Film Festival.
Croatia's public broadcasting company, HRT Croatia acquired the 24 minutes special "Ariol's Airplane Trip." Based on a best-selling comic strip, "Ariol" follows the story of ablue donkey who goes on amazing adventures with his many friends. Following two very successful seasons, Ariol's third season was recently released, with two 24 minutes specials. "Eesti Rahvusringhaaling," Estonia’s National Broadcasting Company and one of the most prominent radio and television, acquired a collection of short animation films, including the critically acclaimed and award-winning "A Tiger With No Stripes" and "The Pocket Man."
“The Triplets of Belleville” has known major success these last months, especially on the eve of the 120th anniversary of the Tour de France. The legendary “The Triplets of Belleville", a multiple awards recipient including 2 Oscars nominations, has been acquired by a major European PayTV Channel. Prior to that, the iconic movie has also been licensed in many territories like Japan, Germany, Spain, China, Taiwan, South Korea, the UK, and others.
Prime’s ever-growing animation catalogue provides a large choice of programs for every range of age. In recent years, they have notably distributed the high-profile series “Runes” in multiple territories like the US, the UK and Switzerland, as well as the awarded “Vanille," “Looking for Santa” and “Bellysaurus” to various companies such as Kika in Germany, NHK in Japan, and Rai in Italy.