Gumball at this year’s BAFTA

October 20th, 2016

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“The Amazing World of Gumball” is going to this year’s BAFTA Kids Awards! The series has received two nominations: One for Animation and one for Writing! Congratulations to the whole crew!

Go Gumball!

Petzi in Xiamen

August 30th, 2016

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Petzi might be a bit muddle-headed, but he comes around! The episode “Turtle Island” from our TV series “Rasmus Klump” (Petzi) has just been awarded with the silver award for Best Animated Series at the Xiamen International Animation Festival in China. Congratulations to the team!

Gruffalo and Beast at Prix Jeunesse

June 12th, 2014

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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!

And the winner is …

November 25th, 2013

After a triple nomination of ‘The Amazing World of Gumball’, the writing team has been awarded at yesterday’s award ceremony of the fabulous BAFTA Children’s Award. Congratulations to the team!

Update: You can also watch the award ceremony online:


Chicago, Tehran, Tokyo

November 7th, 2013

At the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival, our short film ‘Nearest and Dearest’ has been awarded with the 1st prize in the category ‘Children’s Jury Prize – Animated Television’ as well as the 2nd prize in the category ‘Adult Jury Prize – Animated Television Production’. ‘Princess’ Painting’ received the Diploma of Honor of the Rosh’d International Film Festival in Tehran. The picture above shows editor Annick Hillger (right) during the award ceremony of the Japan Prize for ‘Nearest and Dearest’.

‘Nearest and Dearest’ abroad

October 24th, 2013

Participating in the pre-school category our shortfilm ‘Schrecken ohne Ende’ by Max Stöhr, Michael Sieber and Sandra Brandstätter was awarded at this year’s Japan Prize. Along with the ceremony the film will have its premiere on Japanese television as well – synchronised in Japanese! Domo arigato Nippon!