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Imira Entertainment scores pre-NATPE sales

Barcelona, Spain-based Imira Entertainment (formerly Icon Animation) has inked a bevy of deals as it heads into NATPE being held in Las Vegas later this month.
January 10, 2008

Barcelona, Spain-based Imira Entertainment (formerly Icon Animation) has inked a bevy of deals as it heads into NATPE being held in Las Vegas later this month.

US Free TV channel !Sorpresa! TV has snapped up Spanish-language rights to Lola & Virginia. And Discovery Kids Latin America has picked up the Spanish-language version of Millimage’s preschool series Louie (39 x 26 minutes) for a March launch. Imira has also sold Mexican home video rights for the series to En Pentalla.

The 26 x 26-minute Skyland will start airing on Ecuadorian Free TV channel Ecuavisa, following the launch of the show on Nickelodeon International channels and Nicktoons in the US. Finally, Miami’s Beverly Hills Entertainment has picked up TV and home video rights to new 70-minute animated film Christopher Coolumbus.

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