ImagineFX about Soi

February 21st, 2017

IFX

Soi had the pleasure of being interviewed by Julia Sager for this month’s issue of ImagineFX. The article features some of the artists working here as well as work from “The Gruffalo”, “The Amazing World of Gumball” and “Petzi”. Make sure to check it out if you get the chance!

Sneak Peak

July 8th, 2013

Here are two pictures of one of our current projects. Directed by Johannes Weiland and Klaus Morschheuser, designed by Sandra Brandstätter, the film is about trials and tribulations of a girl, a mountaintop and a lion in a ballet tutu.

It will have its premiere this autumn within the ZDF kids series ‘Siebenstein’.

A shiny Lola for “Princess & Dragon”!

November 9th, 2012

Our shortfilm “Die Prinzessin, der Prinz und der Drache mit den grünen Augen” was a awarded with the 2012 “Deutscher Kurzfilmpreis” (~best german short 2012). The film was directed by Jakob Schuh and Bin Han-To and produced at our Berlin studio. We’d like to thank the jury for their kind words, we’re very honored, and we’d once more like to thank the film’s lovely team for their commitment and hard work! Thanks so much.

The Princess says “Merci Beaucoup”

October 14th, 2011

Production has finished on Soi’s latest short for ZDF’s “Siebenstein” last week. In an amazing six weeks the lovely Adeline Grange, Benoit Tranchet, Bong Nguyen and Florian Parrot did a wonderful job bringing to life an emancipatory tale about a princess, her husband, and a dragon with a plan. The directors Jakob Schuh & Bin-Han To and all of studio soi would like to thank the entire team!

Ludwigsburg narrowly defeats Berlin.

August 18th, 2011

Dept. of Slow-News-Week: A highly dramatic, narrow away win yesterday for Studio Soi LB (represented by Carsten Bunte and Tobi von Burkersroda) against Studio Soi B (with players Bong Nguyen and Florian Parrot) in a breakneck first edition of the LB/B pingpong-tournaments. Very exciting!

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.)