Singapore signs deals on factual, drama and animation, series at MIPCOM 2012
The Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA) led a delegation of 20 companies to its 12th MIPCOM, offering a total of 55 programme titles for international sale and distribution, covering more than 300 hours of factual, drama and animation content.
Among the deals is Angel’s Gate, the world’s first transmedia business reality format, sold to Finland; Nightbreeds, a 3D action-adventure cartoon series marking the first international co-production between Singapore and Spain; the animated pre-school series Ella Bella Bingo; and new Asian Food TV Channel productions 36 Ways To Live, Back to the Streets, The Big Break and The Boss 2.
MDA also announced an MOU between The Foundation, Zodiak Kids UK production company, and Singapore-based animation production studio One Animation, through which they will begin development on a three-project slate of children’s animated television content beginning late 2012. One Animation is a content provider and financier specialising in high-end CGI animation for film and television.