Gruffalo and Beast at Prix Jeunesse

June 12th, 2014


Last week, our short film ‘The Gruffalo’ by Jakob Schuh and Max Lang has been choosen as the best children’s fiction programme of the last 50 years at this year’s Prix Jeunesse in Munich. ‘The Little Boy And The Beast’ by Johannes Weiland and Uwe Heidschötter has been one of the finalists of this section as well.

Congratulations to the teams!

It’s a Soi Christmas on German TV this year!

December 21st, 2012

On Sunday as part of the children’s show Siebenstein our very first shortfilm “Torvald und der Tannenbaum” will be shown at 10:35 am on KiKa in HD.

In the morning of the 24th the ZDF will show our half-hour-special “Der Güffelo” at 10:10 am
followed at 10:40 by “Das Grüffelokind” which airs for the first time on German television.

Have a HAPPY CHRISTMAS everyone!

in the mail…

October 8th, 2012

We found the cutest piece of corresponence in the mail today, a handpainted greeting card by the very talented french animator Charlotte Cambon.  Thanks so much, Charlotte!

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Nice package!

September 11th, 2012

Oh, the joys of the internet, look what we found on amazon UK:  Starting Oct. 1st you can apparently order both “The Gruffalo” and “The Gruffalo’s Child” in one sweet looking tin suitcase, just big enough for a Mouse-sandwich and a piece of Gruffalo-crumble, once you’ve removed the DVD’s. Nice!

Christmas Day? The Gruffalo’s Child!

December 24th, 2011

In anticipation of “The Gruffalo’s Child”, directed by Johannes Weiland and Uwe Heidschoetter, the BBC had kindly asked us to produce this little, gruffalo-themed christmas ident, directed by Jakob Schuh, which they’ve aired the hell out of, we’ve been told, these past few weeks. Thank you, BBC! Well, the wait is almost over, you can finally watch “The Gruffalo’s Child” tomorrow, Dec. 25th, 06.30pm, and then again Dec. 26th, 09.35 am on BBC1. We wish you a Merry Christmas!

Max and Lulu in London.

July 18th, 2011

How is Gruffalo codirector Max Lang doing these days? Here‘s a sweet little article with the answer. (In German.)