GD Entertainment Fund will be making its inaugural visit to MIPCOM next month seeking investment in entertainment and digital IP across all entertainment genres.
Original Imira series Lucky Fred, co-produced with Televisió de Catalunya, Rai Fiction, Telegael and GSW Animation, is now in its second season and has its own geo-localized app, while new show Escape Hockey from DQ Entertainment features ‘watch & play’ technology.
Yes, it sure looks like it. I posted it on 10 Sep. Maybe it's just the formal passing of resolutions over there and nothing more. I think the really good period will come shortly after MIPCOM next month.
It's good that we're getting news of this deal - DQE aren't always very forthcoming with updates. A network deal in the US for one of our major products, albeit just in Spanish, is encouraging. However it would be nice to get some guidance on the potential financial impact.
I'd much rather have seen an update on the progress of the movie. The last I heard was that the script is up to its 7th iteration, but this was months ago. A high profile funding/distribution deal could have a serious impact on the SP.
On a different note, I was just reviewing the forecasts on my holdings and it seems the inaugural dividend for next year is currently expected to be around 3.5%, covered 9 times. Again, official guidance in this regard would be well received. This stock isn't on the radar of income investors, but if that projection holds up then it soon will be.
M6 has commissioned Lanfeust Quest from Paris-based Gaumont Animation and India’s DQ Entertainment. The series will bow on Wednesday, September 25 on the French commercial channel.
The adaptation of the bestselling comic and manga franchise Lanfeust Of Troy is now a 26 x half-hour, CGI comedy targeting kids six to 11.
Directed by Antoine Charreyron (The Prodigies, Galactik Football) and Tarik Hamdine, the show was also acquired by Lagardere’s Canal J. In this series, 14-year-old Lanfeust is in charge of protecting Planet Troy.
Gaumont and DQE will be shopping the series at MIPCOM next month.
MILAN: Planeta Junior Italia has been tapped to manage all licensing categories for The Adventures of Peter Pan, which recently debuted on RAI Due in Italy and is also airing on DeA Kids.
Planeta Junior Italia is handling publishing, apparel, back to school, toys, gifts, albums and stickers, among other categories. Partners have already been signed for apparel, food, publishing and other product categories. The series is being produced by DQ Entertainment in co-production with ZDF, De Agostini and Method Animation.
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