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Gaumont Animation

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Gaumont Animation
TypeSubsidiary of Gaumont
IndustryAnimation
PredecessorKievnauchfilm
Founded1997 as Alphanim
2009 as Gaumont Alphanim
2013 as Gaumont Animation[1]
FounderChristian Davin[2]
Headquarters,
Key people
Nicolas Atlan (president)
ProductsConsisting animation productions (TV series, movies)
DivisionsGaumont Animation USA (West Hollywood, CA.)
Websitewww.gaumont.us

Gaumont Animation (founded in 1997 as Alphanim)[2][1] is a French animation studio. It was acquired by Gaumont Film Company in 2008 as a return to television production, and an entry into English-language productions, after Gaumont Television was sold in 1999. It was rebranded as Gaumont Animation in 2013.[2][1] The company's animated catalog comprises over 800 half-hours, broadcast in over 130 countries. Productions include Noddy (after the rights were acquired from DreamWorks in 2013),[1] Trulli Tales, Belle and Sebastian,[3] Furiki Wheels, and F is for Family (season three) for Netflix. Gaumont has numerous properties in development for television. In 2020, the company optioned the rights to develop the comic book series Usagi Yojimbo from the creator, writer, and illustrator Stan Sakai.[4] Other projects include Do Re & Mi, an animated musical series for preschoolers, Molly and the Cryptos, Bionic Max, and The Star Shards Chronicles.

Film projects in development include Plunder, and a musical adaptation of Paul McCartney's novel High in the Clouds.

Productions

Series

Films

References

  1. ^ a b c d Dale, Martin (14 May 2014). "Intl. Film Award: Gaumont Animation Hones Inhouse Series, Feature Films". Variety.
  2. ^ a b c Tartagliobe-Vialatte, Nancy (19 November 2007). "Gaumont eyes acquisition of animation house Alphanim". Screen Daily.
  3. ^ Mayorga, Emilio (2 September 2015). "Biarritz Rendez-Vous: Gaumont Animation to Develop 'Belle and Sebastian' (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety.
  4. ^ "Comic legend Stan Sakai and 'Usagi Yojimbo' embark on a new adventure with Netflix in an all-new animated kids series 'Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles'". Netflix Media Center. July 15, 2020. Retrieved July 15, 2020.
  5. ^ Gawayn profile

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