Monster Entertainment is coming to MIP Junior and MIPCOM fully loaded with new animation. The Irish distributor has three new series in production, "Tiny Toot" (26x7' for 2-5 year olds) from Toolbox Film in Denmark, already pre-sold to DR in Denmark, SVT in Sweden, NRK in Norway, YLE in Finland and RTE in Ireland. The first 13 episodes will be completed in November and the last 13 in March 2024. "Doodle Girl" (26x7' for 4-8 year olds) from Studio Meala in Ireland, commissioned by RTE in Ireland and due to be delivered in September 2024 and "Holt" (26x11' for 6-11 year olds) from Igloo Animations in Ireland and Digitoonz in India, commissioned by RTE, due to be delivered in June 2025.
Additionally, the company brings to Cannes the second seasons of "Fia’s Fairies" (52x7' total for 3-7 year olds), the no.1 rated Irish preschool animation series, from Ireland’s Little Moon, "Urban Tails" (52x2' total for 4-8 year olds), from Pink Kong in Ireland, commissioned by RTE, "Pins and Nettie" (52x5' total for 2-5 year olds) from Daily Madness, "Peek Zoo" (52x7' total for 4-8 year olds) from Ireland’s Igloo Films, commissioned by RTE.
Monster Entertainment is also representing the internet sensation non-verbal "Noodle and Bun" (26x5' for 4-12 year olds) from South Africa’s Polycat Animation, pre-sold to Canal Plus, the hybrid live action/animation "Storybud" (30x7' for 8-12 year-olds) from Ireland’s Kite Entertainment, commissioned by RTE, Season 8 of hit STEM series, "Earth to Luna" (208x12'), from Brazil’s TV Pinguim, commissioned by Discovery Latin America.
Other company highlights include the worldwide hit preschool series "The Day Henry Met…"(104x5' for 3-6 year olds), from Ireland’s Wiggleywoo and the delightful non- verbal animation series, "Ollie", from Lumiere in Belgium (52x4' for preschool).