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Imira Entertainment to rep Spanish caster TVE’s library

Spain-based Imira Entertainment has signed a deal with Spanish broadcaster TVE to represent its library of originals and co-pros for international distribution. Imira is launching this catalogue, along with several other properties at MIPCOM next month.
September 5, 2013

Spain-based Imira Entertainment has signed a deal with Spanish broadcaster TVE to represent its library of originals and co-pros for international distribution. Imira is launching this catalogue, along with several other properties at MIPCOM next month.

The catalogue Imira takes on includes a range of kids’ entertainment content for audiences aged four through twelve, including  The Lunnis, Asha, Club Pizzicato and its spin off series Pizzicato and Leonart.

The Lunnis (104 x 27 minutes) is an original TVE production, featuring puppets who focus on educating as well as entertaining young audiences.

Asha (52 x 13 minutes) follows the titular character and her friends as they run a pirate TV station and encounter all of the adventures of growing up in an melting pot community.

Club Pizzicato (55 x 40-minutes) follows  four main characters and a series of guests who help young audiences appreciate classical music.

Pizzicato (25 x 30 minutes) present an interactive cultural program aimed to popularize classical music and dance for the whole family and

Leonart (104 x 25 minute) is produced in conjunction with the Supreme Council for Scientific Research, and includes a series of experiments and activities in each episode, centred on a general theme.

 

 

About The Author
Gary Rusak is a freelance writer based in Toronto. He has covered the kids entertainment industry for the last decade with a special interest in licensing, retail and consumer products. You can reach him at garyrusak@gmail.com

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