Shoes, shoes and feet!

November 17th, 2016

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Our feet carry us lots of places and yet, we don’t spend much time thinking about them! In this week’s episode of the ZDF series’ Löwenzahn, director Klaus Morschheuser and designer Domareen Fox show the importance of our feet and how shoes were invented!

You don’t need to walk anywhere to watch our two shorts though, catch them this Sunday, the 20th on KiKa at 11:05am or directly online here and here.

The history of potatoes

October 13th, 2016

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Just in time for World Food Day, the ZDF series Löwenzahn, focuses on the potato again! Within the episode, director Moritz Schneider tells us about the origins and history of the potato. You can watch it this Sunday, 16th October at 11:05 on KIKA. If you just LOVE potatoes as much as we do, watch it directly online!

It’s about potatoes

May 8th, 2015

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On this week’s Löwenzahn, director Moritz Schneider tells you the story of how the potato became one of the most famous vegetables in europe.
You can watch it instantly online or this Sunday at 8:10am on ZDF.

Season of ‘Liebe’

December 1st, 2014

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On Sunday December 7th, the children’s TV show “Löwenzahn” features an animated short by us that explains (almost) all about love, puberty and reproduction. The film was directed by Paul Cichon and you can watch it at 8:10 am on ZDF or one week later at 11:05 am on KIKA. On ZDF TiVi you can also find an excerpt to watch now.

Digging deep

April 16th, 2014

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In our latest Löwenzahn shortfilm by Monika Thenhündfeld and Matthias Bäuerle, you can find out what the archaeologists Schliemann, Carter and Thompson are looking for … and what they finally find. The film has its tv premiere this Sunday, 20th of April at 8:10 am on ZDF and will be repeated at 11:05 am on KIKA.

With a little bit of luck…

January 27th, 2014

Here are two designs our colleague Sebastian Koch made for two ‘Löwenzahn’ shorts. Both films, created by Linus Stetter and Thilo Kienle, are about luck and superstition. They had their premiere beginning of this year. Marcus Schäfer made additional designs. If you’re interested in a short preview, have a look at our website.