Toronto, Canada-based Cuppa Coffee Studios is getting a bigger home, expanding its downtown digs by 30,000 square feet.
The expansion is an addition to the animation shop’s current 50,000 square feet. The bigger, adjoining space will include 30 more stages for a total of 70 stop-motion stages.
The space is being carved out to accommodate the growth of all aspects of Cuppa’s production capabilities, including the addition of feature-film service work.
Cuppa Coffee is currently shooting season two of Glenn Martin, DDS for Nick at Nite and adult-skewing Ugly Americans for Comedy Central. It’s also the company behind kid-friendly fare like Bruno and Tigga and Togga. Shaheen says he is in discussions to produce two stop-motion features over the next three years.
From Playback Online