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  • GEOLINO

    In the footstep of its big sister 360° GEO Reports, GEOlino is the perfect documentary series for inquisitive boys and girls aged 5 to 16 years. It portrays the daily lives of outstanding children and tells fascinating animal s...

    CHILDREN
    • Serie (5 Seasons | 50 Episodes available)

    • Producer(s):

      ARTE GEIE, MEDIEN KONTOR Movie GMBH

    • Territories:

      Worldwide (except Belgium, Switzerland and Germany).

    • Production year:

      2012

    • Language(s):

      German, English, French

    • Rights:

      TV, DVD, NON-THEATRICAL, INTERNET, VOD

    In the footstep of its big sister 360° GEO Reports, GEOlino is the perfect documentary series for inquisitive boys and girls aged 5 to 16 years. It portrays the daily lives of outstanding children and tells fascinating animal stories. Season 6 soon!
     

    The documentaries inspire children to think and explain the world: from the nucleus to the Big Bang, from children in India, to the Amazon jungle, to polar scientists in the eternal ice of Antarctica.

  • SUPERMAN

    Launched in September 1941 with the release of the initial entry, Superman, the cartoons were produced by Max Fleischer. The first cartoon was received to critical acclaim and was nominated for an Academy Award.

    CHILDREN
    • Serie (17 Episodes available)

    • Producer(s):

      LOBSTER FILMS, FAMOUS STUDIOS, FLEISCHER STUDIOS

    • Territories:

      Worldwide.

    • Production year:

      2000

    • Language(s):

      English, French

    • Rights:

      NON-THEATRICAL, TV, VOD, DVD, INTERNET

    Launched in September 1941 with the release of the initial entry, Superman, the cartoons were produced by Max Fleischer. The first cartoon was received to critical acclaim and was nominated for an Academy Award.

    The Superman shorts look like feature films, complete with tracking shots and a stunning variety of camera angles, each of which necessitates a new background. Artists duplicate real illumination, molding the characters with light and dark, and providing them with dramatic shadows. The films move at an accelerating pace, with cuts coming faster and faster toward the climaxes, propelled by Sammy Timberg's dynamic musical scores. Special effects involving fires, rays, and explosions set the screen ablaze.
    The second cartoon, "The Mechanical Monsters", was released near the end of 1941. It features Superman battling an army of gigantic, flame-spewing, flying robots in a series of sensational scenes. Later special effects extravaganzas include "The Bulleteers", in which an airborn torpedo smashes through the skyscrapers of Metropolis, and "The Magnetic Telescope", in which an astronomer's harebrained invention sends an asteroid hurtling earthward. When not struggling with mad scientists, Superman takes on ferocious forces of nature like gorillas (in Terror on the Midway) or dinosaurs (The Arctic Giant).
    In 1942 Paramount Studios acquired Fleischer Studios and gave it the new name of "Famous Studios." They produced the last 8 of the 17 shorts and continued the series until 1943.

  • CARTOON FACTORY

    With 75 films, Cartoon Factory is both a historical monument and a moment of pleasure for children aged 7 to 77...

    CHILDREN
    • Producer(s):

      LOBSTER FILMS

    • Territories:

      Worldwide.

    • Production year:

      2000

    • Language(s):

      English

    • Rights:

      NON-THEATRICAL, TV, DVD

    With 75 films, Cartoon Factory is both a historical monument and a moment of pleasure for children aged 7 to 77...

    During the thirties in the US, cartoons were one of the major types of film. Walt Disney's contemporaries constantly innovated and created new and original worlds... A considerable amount of research, and reediting, done for ARTE by the best specialists of the genre, has saved a number of these cartoon classics. With more than 75 films, we rediscover Alice, as well as the fabulous adventures of Popeye and Olive. We also discover Bosco, Tom and Jerry, at the time when they were not yet a cat and a mouse... Cartoon Factory is both a historical monument and a moment of pleasure for children aged 7 to 77.

  • THE AMUSING MUSEUM

    A child, who we follow throughout the series, discovers, in each new program, a different art technique and tells us a story inspired by the work he encounters (painting, sculpture, tapistry...).

    CHILDREN
    • Director(s):

      JAUBERT (ALAIN), JAUBERT (MARIE-JOSE)

    • Producer(s):

      MUSEE DU LOUVRE - SERVICE CULTUREL - PRODUCTIONS AUDIOVISUELLES, PALETTE PRODUCTION, FRANCE 5

    • Territories:

      Worldwide.

    • Production year:

      2000

    • Language(s):

      French

    • Rights:

      NON-THEATRICAL, TV, DVD

    A child, who we follow throughout the series, discovers, in each new program, a different art technique and tells us a story inspired by the work he encounters (painting, sculpture, tapistry...).

    The stories he tells are often very simple, closely linked with a childhood imagination: day/night, house/country... Fairy tales and fables mingle with art.

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