2030CE II


Season two of this action-packed series introduces several new characters. Zeus, a leather-clad rogue agent with a dark past, joins Rome, Jakki and Robby in their battle against Dr Rich as they attempt to unravel the mystery behind Hart’s strange condition. Our group of teen anti-heroes joins forces with the Storm Rebellion in its quest to topple the oppressive Nexes empire. Meanwhile, the genetically perfect decide to wage their own war against the normals in a bid for supremacy.


High definition

13 x 30 minutes

Colour

Producers

Yan Moore

Phyllis Laing

Rhonda Baker

Shawn Watson

Executive Producers

Kevin DeWalt

Angela Bruce

Directors

Robert de Lint

Richard O'Brien Moran

Stephen Hall

Scriptwriters

Yan Moore

Dennis Foon

Cast

Curtis Harrison

Jessica Lucas

Tatiana Maslany

Elyse Levesque

Production

Minds Eye Entertainment Ltd.
480 Henderson Dr.
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4N 6E3
Canada
(306) 359-7618
(306) 359-3466
mindseye@mindseyepictures.com
www.mindseyepictures.com


Buffalo Gal Pictures Inc.
70 Arthur St.
Suite 333
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3B 1G7
Canada
(204) 956-2777
(204) 956-7999
info@buffalogalpictures.com
www.buffalogalpictures.com


Distribution

Minds Eye International
480 Henderson Dr.
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4N 6E3
Canada
(306) 781-7353
(306) 359-3466
alesiuk@mindseyeinternational.com
www.mindseyeinternational.com



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ARTZONE


ArtZone is a pre-teen youth show intended for the intermediate and preteen age group (7-12). This enlightening arts and crafts show utilizes recycled materials, new materials and raw materials from the natural world to create many wonderful toys and gifts. Children will learn how to be resourceful and creative.


Betacam SP

26 x 24 minutes

Colour

Executive Producer

Dana Claxton

Managing Producer

Hugh Beard

Directors

Dana Claxton

Zoe Hopkins

Scriptwriter

Kim Soo Goodtrack

Hosts

Kim Soo Goodtrack

Bronson Pelletier

Production

Artzone Productions
c/o Force Four Entertainment Inc.
1152 Mainland St.
Suite 310
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6B 4X2
Canada
(604) 669-4424
(604)0669-4535
tv@forcefour.com
www.forcefour.com



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AYOYE II


In 1967, an Earthling named Ginette was abducted by aliens and taken to a distant planet, where she settled down and became a mother. Two generations later, Ginette’s grandchildren, Fléo and Déli, meet a a young Web surfer and convince their parental units to let them live on Earth. A close and hilarious encounter of the third kind ensues…


Betacam SP

80 x 25 minutes

Colour

Producers

Carmen Bourassa

Lucie Veillet

Executive Producers

Jacques Bonin

Claude Veillet

Directors

Pierre Théorêt

Hélène Girard

Agathe Carrier

Danielle Méthot

Scriptwriters

Pierre-Yves Bernard

Marie Perreault

Sylvie Pilon

Claude Paquette

Cast

Julien Bernier-Pelletier

Patrick Drolet

Salomé Corbo

Production

Téléfiction Productions inc.
4446, boul. Saint-Laurent
7e étage
Montreal, Quebec
H2W 1Z5
Canada
(514) 499-0972
(514) 844-5498
information@telefiction.com
www.telefiction.com


Distribution

Téléfiction Distribution et Marketing inc.
4446, boul. Saint-Laurent
7e étage
Montreal, Quebec
H2W 1Z5
Canada
(514) 499-0972
(514) 844-5498
information@telefiction.com
www.telefiction.com



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BANZAÏ!


Targeted at kids aged 9 to 12, Banzaï! is an amazing magazine-style show ably hosted by four young people and taped before a live audience. The show features interviews with celebrity guests, reports on the latest trends, a DJ, a Sumo wrestler, and a variety of challenges, games and musical segments.


DVC Pro

26 x 25 minutes

Colour

Executive Producers

Jaquelin Bouchard

Daniel Beauchesne

Line Producer

Thérèse Pinho

Directors

Éric Savage

Simon Barrette

Hosts

Patrice Bélanger

Mélanie Delorme

David-Alexandre Després

Marie-Hélène Jodoin

Production

Productions Pixcom inc.
1720, rue du Canal
Montreal, Quebec
H3K 3E6
Canada
(514) 931-1188
(514) 931-2126
info@pixcom.com
www.pixcom.com


Distribution

Pixcom International inc.
1720, rue du Canal
Montreal, Quebec
H3K 3E6
Canada
(514) 931-1188
(514) 931-2126
info@pixcom.com
www.pixcom.com



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BITTLES I, II (THE)


Welcome to the world of the Bittles, little characters who live inside books. They introduce the audience to the joys of reading and books. Rocco reads the stories, Comma builds the words and letters and Lolly paints the pictures, all assisted by the lovable Grump. The Bittles love books: they worry about the characters, try to guess the endings and pop in and out of the story with comments and questions. It all adds up to a rich, multi-layered approach to storytelling: television that entertains as well as educates.


Digital Betacam

26 x 28 minutes

Colour

Producer

Michael Decsi

Executive Producers

Paula Parker

Susan Ross

Director

Michael Decsi

Scriptwriters

Michael Decsi

Jeff Sweeney

Narrator

Jeff Sweeney

Cast

Jeff Sweeney

Todd Doldersum

Helene Beaulieu

Production

YTV Productions Inc.
c/o Maryke McEwen
23 Fraser Ave.
Toronto, Ontario
M6K 1Y7
Canada
(416) 534-1191
(416) 530-2223
mmcewen@ytv.com
www.ytv.com


Distribution – Canada

Nelvana Ltd.
25 Dockside Drive 5th Floor
Toronto, Ontario
M5A 0B5
Canada
(416) 535-0935
(416) 530-2832
webmaster@nelvana.com
www.nelvana.com


International distribution

Nelvana International Ltd.
c/o Emmanuelle Petry
5, rue de Bretagne
Paris, 
75003
France
33 1 42 71 08 28
33 1 42 71 01 44
emmap@paris.nelvana.com



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BLOBHEADS (THE)


Billy Barnes's life has just been complicated by the arrival of the Blobheads, a trio of morphing, mess-making aliens named Zerek, Kerek and Derek. The Blobheads have come from their planet to find the Most High Emperor of the Universe – also known as Billy's seven-month-old baby brother, Silas. Aimed at kids aged 8 to 12, and based on the series of books created by Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell, The Blobheads features a remarkable mix of CGI animation and live action.


High definition

26 x 22 minutes

Colour

Producers

John Delmage

Beth Stevenson

Executive Producers

Steven Denure

Neil Court

Richard Landridge

Howard Busgang

Directors

Various / Divers

Scriptwriters

Various / Divers

Cast

Jonathen Malen

Shauna MacDonald

John Fitzgerald Jay

Luca Punzo

Sebastian Punzo

Paula Brancati

Geri Hall

Ali Makaddam

Gary Martin

Paul Panting

Production

Decode Entertainment Inc.
235 Carlaw Avenue
5th Floor
Toronto, Ontario
M4M 2S1
Canada
(416) 363-8034
(416) 363-8919
decode@decode-ent.com
www.decode-ent.com


Coproduction – United Kingdom

Wark Clements
Studio 7
The Tollgate
19 Marine Cres.
Glasgow, 
G51 1HD
Scotland
+44 207 470 1357
+44 207 636 1955

www.warkclements.com



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BONJOUR MADAME CROQUE-CERISE IV


Bonjour, Madame Croque-Cerise is an amusing series which aims to stimulate the imagination of children aged three to five. Each installment features a humorous or dramatic segment, puppets, songs, a story, a craft activity – and a great deal of unbridled fun. A charming and entertaining series for pre-schoolers and their parents.


DVC Pro

26 x 28 minutes

Colour

Producer

André Lauzon

Executive Producers

André Larin

Vincent Leduc

Michel Bissonnette

Paul Dupont-Hébert

Director

André Guérard

Scriptwriters

José Fréchette

Marie-France Landry

Manon Berthelet

Muguette Berthelet

Cast

Catherine Pinard

Claude Prégent

Michel P. Ranger

Sylvie Comtois

Production/Distribution

Zone3 inc.
1055, boul. René-Lévesque Est
Bureau 300
Montreal, Quebec
H2L 4S5
Canada
(514) 284-5555
(514) 985-4458
cdaneau@zone3.ca
www.zone3.ca



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CG KIDS II


CG Kids is a dynamic adventure series for kids aged 8 to 12 which explores our incredible country, coast-to-coast, from a kid’s perspective. The show enlightens children about Canadian geography through compelling stories that engage their hearts, their humour, and their minds. Each episode expands our children’s perceptions as they see how kid’s lives around the country are affected by the land around them, and the community in which they live.


Betacam SP

13 x 22 minutes

Colour

Producer

Jennifer McAuley

Executive Producers

William Johnston

Ronald Lillie

Lee Herberman

Directors

David Sutherland

Wendy Kirschner

Scriptwriters

Kate Miles

Franklin Young

Emily Andras

Hosts

Jennifer Racicot

Jamie Shannon

Dano Underwood

Production

Summerhill Entertainment Inc.
56 Shaftesbury Ave.
Toronto, Ontario
M4T 1A3
Canada
(416) 967-6503
(416) 967-1292
ablock@summerhill.tv
www.summerhill.tv


Distribution

Summerhill Entertainment Inc.
56 Shaftesbury Ave.
Toronto, Ontario
M4T 1A3
Canada
(416) 967-6503
(416) 967-1292
ablock@summerhill.tv
www.summerhill.tv



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CORNEMUSE V


Aimed at children aged three to five, Cornemuse features animal characters from around the world. Cornemuse, a very special veterinarian dog, has many happy friends: Kounga, a mischievous kangaroo; Rafi, an exuberant young racoon; Bagou, a rascally monkey; and Tibor, a shy young tiger. Through music, games, laughter and short skits, Cornemuse entertains children while introducing them to important concepts of everyday life.


Digital Betacam

40 x 27 minutes

Colour

Producers

Carmen Bourassa

Lucie Veillet

Executive Producers

Jacques Bonin

Claude Veillet

Directors

François Côté

Agathe Carrier

Alain Jacques

Laura Bari

Scriptwriters

Paule Marier

Nicole Lavigne

André Poulin

Andrée Lambert

Danyèle Patenaude

Cast

Danielle Proulx

Valérie Blais

Roxanne Boulianne

Sophie Bourgeois

Marie-Christine Lê-Huu

Production

Téléfiction Productions inc.
4446, boul. Saint-Laurent
7e étage
Montreal, Quebec
H2W 1Z5
Canada
(514) 499-0972
(514) 844-5498
information@telefiction.com
www.telefiction.com


Distribution

Téléfiction Distribution et Marketing inc.
4446, boul. Saint-Laurent
7e étage
Montreal, Quebec
H2W 1Z5
Canada
(514) 499-0972
(514) 844-5498
information@telefiction.com
www.telefiction.com



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DEGRASSI:THE NEXT GENERATION II


Degrassi: The Next Generation charts the big and little challenges of becoming an adult. Amidst the bustle of school, students face new trials and tribulations – from child abuse and date rape to the stiff competition that arises between friends – which test their friendships, their morals and their character. Speaking directly to its young audience, Degrassi: The Next Generation explores their dilemmas from their unique point of view.


16 mm

22 x 30 minutes

Colour

Producer

Linda Schuyler

Executive Producers

Stephen Stohn

Linda Schuyler

Directors

Bruce McDonald

Phil Earnshaw

Stefan Scaini

Scriptwriters

Aaron Martin

James Hurst

Yan Moore

Tassie Cameron

Cast

Lauren Collins

Ryan Cooley

Jake Epstein

Miriam McDonald

Production

Epitome Pictures Inc.
220 Bartley Dr.
Toronto, Ontario
M4A 1G1
Canada
(416) 752-7627
(416) 752-7837
info@epitomepictures.com
www.epitomepictures.com


International distribution

Alliance Atlantis International Television Distribution Ltd.
121 Bloor St. E.
Suite 1400
Toronto, Ontario
M4W 3M5
Canada
(416) 966-7729
(416) 967-9063

www.allianceatlantis.com



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DRAGON


Based on the renowned books by beloved children's author Dav Pilkey, Dragon is a claymation series aimed at children aged three to five. Who could resist the charms of this character and his imaginary world? Dragon explores themes that children everywhere can identify with: wanting a friend, being afraid of the dark, trying not to scarf down all your candy at once… Fresh and slightly off kilter, Dragon is often surprisingly touching.


DV Cam

26 x 12 minutes

Colour

Producers

Lorraine Richard

Greg Dummett

Executive Producers

Vivianne Morin

Louis Laverdière

Director

Philip Marcus

Scriptwriter

Steve Westren

Production

Cité-Amérique inc.
5800, boul. Saint-Laurent
Montreal, Quebec
H2T 1T3
Canada
(514) 278-8080
(514) 278-4000
info@citeamerique.com
www.citeamerique.com


Coproduction – Germany

Clayart (Scopas)
Westerbachstrasse 28
Frankfurt, 
D-60489
Germany
49 69 78992-0
49 69 78992-223

www.scopas.de


Coproduction – South Korea

Image Plus
B2-202, K.P.C.C. Bldg.
#506, Shinsa-Dong
Kangnam-Gu, 

Korea
82-2-515-1850
82-2-543-1812

www.clayanimation.co.kr


Distribution

Cité-Amérique International
4200, boul. Saint-Laurent
Bureau 1480
Montreal, Quebec
H2T 2R2
Canada
(514) 843-3355
(514) 843-9574
info@cite-amerique.com
www.cite-amerique.com



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EDGEMONT IV


Savvy, bittersweet and laced with humour, Edgemont follows the lives of a group of teens as they grapple with the trials and exhilaration of coming-of-age. The stories are drawn from the fabric of suburban teenaged life: the often-whimsical struggle for identity, the roller-coaster of first love, the pain and confusion of family break-up, the bonds of friendship and the shock of betrayal, the crunch as pipe-dreams collide with reality…. When you’re young, absolutely everything matters.


Digital Betacam

18 x 23 minutes

Colour

Producer

David Bouck

Coproducer

Stacey Kaser

Executive Producers

Michael Chechik

Ian Weir

Directors

Anthony Atkins

Bill Gereghty

Tom Braidwood

Gary Harvey

Cast

Dominic Zamprogna

Jennifer Lind

Vanessa King

Kristin Kreuk

Production

Water Street Pictures Ltd.
111 Water St.,
Suite 204
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6B 1A7
Canada
(604) 681-6543
(604) 688-1425
omni@omnifilm.com
www.edgemont.tv


Distribution

Water Street Releasing Ltd.
111 Water St.
Suite 204
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6B 1A7
Canada
(604) 681-6543
(604) 688-1425
omni@omnifilm.com
www.omnifilm.com



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GUINEVERE JONES II


Guinevere Jones follows the adventures of Canadian teen Gwen Jones as she faces a new life in Australia. In the first episode, Gwen is told that she is the reincarnation of Queen Guinevere of the King Arthur legends. As if she doesn't already have enough modern-day problems to deal with! Her mother is ill and Gwen has been placed with kind but flaky foster parents who run a new-age shop in Melbourne. And then, an old guy named Merlin appears out of nowhere and says it is her destiny to fight evil.


13 x 24 minutes

Colour

Producers

Kim Todd

Tim Williams

Lynne Bayonas

Executive Producers

Kim Todd

Elizabeth Stewart

Tom Parkinson

Bruce Gordon

Directors

Arnie Custo

Peter Sharp

Bill Hughes

Pino Amento

Scriptwriters

Elizabeth Stewart

Jesse McKeown

Cast

Tamara Hope

Yani Geliman

Bridget Neval Froese

Coproduction – Australia

Crawfords Australia
259 Middleborough Rd.

Box Hill, 
3128
Australia
61 398952211
61 398905732
admin@crawfords.com.au
www.crawfords.com.au


Distribution – Canada

Gwen Productions / Original Pictures Inc. / Ibis Entertainment
29 Lewis St.
Toronto, Ontario
M4M 2H2
Canada
(416) 787-2511
(416) 787-6094
info@originalpicturesinc.com
www.originalpicturesinc.com


International distribution

Renown Pictures Ltd.
Scottsbridge House,
Scottshill

Rickmansworth, 
WD3 3BB
England
441 92 369 5333
441 92 369 5275
renownpictures@yahoo.co.uk


Film Brokers International
330 North Screenland Dr.
Suite 133
Burbank, California
91505
United States
(818) 842-8998
(818) 842-8335
filmbrokers@aol.com
www.guineverejones.com



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HENRY'S WORLD


Henry is the third youngest of five children. When he was just five years old, Henry discovered that eating his mother’s mushy carrots gave him the extraordinary ability to make his wishes come true. His unusual wishes are often played out with unexpected consequences and his insatiable curiosity invariably spells disaster, but Henry also learns some of life’s lessons along the way.


Digital Betacam

13 x 30 minutes

Colour

Producers

Alan Gregg

Paul Vella

Executive Producer

Adam Shaheen

Director

Dave Thomas

Scriptwriters

Various / Divers

Cast

Samantha Reynolds

Tracey Moore

Julie Lemieux

Fiona Reid

Production

Henry’s World Productions Inc./Alliance Atlantis Communications Inc.
121 Bloor St. E.,
Suite 1500
Toronto, Ontario
M4W 3M5
Canada
(416) 934-7143
(416) 967-9063
info@allianceatlantis.com
www.allianceatlantis.com


Coproduction – United Kingdom

TV-Loonland UK
Royalty House, 72 - 74 Dean St.
London, 
W1V 6AE
England
44-207-434-2377
44-207-434-3344
tv-sales@loonland.com
www.loonland.com


Distribution – Canada

Alliance Atlantis Motion Picture Distribution Ltd.
121 Bloor St. E.
Suite 1500
Toronto, Ontario
M4W 3M5
Canada
(416) 967-1174
(416) 967-1350
info@allianceatlantis.com
www.allianceatlantis.com


International distribution

Alliance Atlantis International Television Distribution Ltd.
184 - 192 Drummond St.
2nd Floor
London, 
NW1 3HP
England
44-171-388-8107
info@allianceatlantis.com
www.allianceatlantis.com



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HOZE HOUNDZ VI


Hoze Houndz, six of the wackiest fire-fighting dogs ever to ring a bell, roll a hose or crash a truck, are the stars of this fast-paced animated series that features cartoon chaos instead of teamwork and rescues. Hoze Houndz is a smart-mouthed, off-the-wall show with zippy animation and the kind of loony storylines that could only occur in a town called Bonehead Hollow.


Digital Betacam

13 x 23 minutes

Colour

Producer

Mark Edwards

Executive Producer

Sheldon Wiseman

Directors

Chris Roy

Stacey Eberschlag

Scriptwriters

Duncan MacKenzie

Eric Lunsky

Dale Schott

Peter Sayn-Wittgenstein

Cast

Rick Jones

Lianne Picard-Poirier

Michael O'Reilly

Thelma Farmer

Production

Amberwood Productions Services Inc.
987 Wellington St. West
2nd Floor
Ottawa, Ontario
K1Y 2Y1
Canada
(613) 238-4567
(613) 233-3857
info@amberwoodent.com
www.amberwoodent.com


Distribution – Canada

Amberwood International Corporation
987 Wellington St.
2nd Floor
Ottawa, Ontario
K1Y 2Y1
Canada
(613) 238-4567
(613) 233-3857
info@amberwoodanimation.com
www.amberwoodanimation.com


International distribution

TV-Loonland UK
Royalty House, 72 - 74 Dean St.
London, 
W1V 6AE
England
44-207-434-2377
44-207-434-3344
tv-sales@loonland.com
www.loonland.com



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I LOVE MUMMY


Thirteen-year-old James and his wacky, working-class family inherit a 3,250-year-old mummy which promptly comes to life, puts his spoiled, regal, Ancient Egyptian feet up on the coffee table, and proceeds to hog the remote.


DV Cam

26 x 22 minutes

Colour

Producers

Ellis Iddon

Ira Levy

Phil Meagher

Peter Williamson

Directors

Steve Wright

Gail Harvey

John Bell

Chris Bould

Scriptwriters

Jackie May

Julie Strassman-Cohn

Carol Comisso

Brad Abraham

Cast

Elyes Gabel

Reece Thompson

Kelly Turner

Neil Crone

Production

Breakthrough Films & Television Inc.
122 Sherbourne St.
Toronto, Ontario
M5A 2R4
Canada
(416) 766-6588
(416) 769-1436
business@breakthroughfilms.com
www.breakthroughfilms.com


Coproduction – United Kingdom

Winklemania Productions Ltd.
Cromwell Park
Chipping Norton, 
0X7 5SR
England
44(0)1608 644444
44(0)1608 64122
info@winklemania.net
www.winklemania.net


Distribution

Breakthrough Enterprises Inc.
122 Sherbourne St.
Toronto, Ontario
M5A 2R4
Canada
(416) 766-6588
(416) 769-1436
mcordoni@breakthroughentertainment.com
www.breakthroughentertainment.com



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IGLOU-GLOU II


What could be cuter than two whitecoats (baby seals) on a snowbank? Iglou-glou invites preschoolers aged three to five into the world of these cuddly creatures. It’s fun and irresistible!


Betacam SP

39 x 22 minutes

Colour

Producer

André Lauzon

Executive Producers

André Larin

Vincent Leduc

Michel Bissonnette

Paul Dupont-Hébert

Director

Pierre R. Thériault

Scriptwriters

Manon Berthelet

Muguette Berthelet

Cast

Michel P. Ranger

Michel Ledoux

Production/Distribution

Zone3 inc.
1055, boul. René-Lévesque Est
Bureau 300
Montreal, Quebec
H2L 4S5
Canada
(514) 284-5555
(514) 985-4458
cdaneau@zone3.ca
www.zone3.ca



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LÉGENDE DU SAPIN DE NOËL (LA)


Seven-year-old William lives in a small village, where his best friends are three trees and three animals. Although two of the trees, Fir and Apple, have a tendency to quarrel, harmony generally prevails. That is, until the day that the village priest announces plans to expand the church - meaning that Fir will most likely have to be cut down. What follows is a wonderful story of friendship and togetherness and the birth of an unforgettable legend!


Digital Betacam

30 minutes

Colour

Producer and Director

Nancy Savard

Scriptwriters

André Jean

Nancy Savard

Production/Distribution – Canada

Productions 10e ave inc.
209, rue Jean-Juneau
Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Quebec
G3A 2W1
Canada
(418) 877-0101
(418) 877-0101
productions@10ave.com
www.10ave.com


International distribution

TF1 International -
125, rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau

92138
France
(331) 41.41.15.04
(331) 41.41.31.44

www.tf1international.com



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MACARONI TOUT GARNI V


Aimed at six- to eight-year-olds, this series offers viewers plenty of fantasy, magic and comedy. Macaroni and his buddy, Snoro, are a pair of virtual characters who share good times as only best friends can. They are joined by several “real” characters, including their creator, Louis-Martin.


DVC Pro

70 x 26 minutes

Colour

Producer

Marjolaine Bourgeois

Executive Producer

Jean-Pierre Morin

Directors

Pierre Mondor

Brigitte Couture

Pierre Lord

Scriptwriters

Nathalie Champagne

Denis Thériault

Rachel Cardillo

Danielle Létourneau (Zoomba)

Cast

Louis-Martin Despa

Nathalie D'Anjou

Anne Casabonne

Jean Harvey

Production

Vivaclic inc.
1973, rue Falardeau
Montreal, Quebec
H2K 2L9
Canada
(514) 527-9700
(514) 527-9625
receptionvivavision@vivavision.ca


Distribution

Avecom Distribution inc.
1973, rue Falardeau
Montreal, Quebec
H2K 2L9
Canada
(514) 526-5252
(514) 527-9623
avecom@sympatico.ca



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MARMITONS (LES)


Les Marmitons teaches children aged 9 to 12 about fine cooking and healthy eating. Scenes showing chef Christophe Alary preparing the recipe of the week are interspersed with "news" clips, speaker’s corners, experiments and info briefs.


DV Cam

26 x 27 minutes

Colour

Producers

Michel Laliberté

Sylvie Pagé

Director

Sophie Bégin

Scriptwriter

Annie Laforest

Host

Christophe Alary

Production

Productions Tout Écran inc.
2333, av. Chapdelaine
Bureau 800
Saint-Foy, Quebec
G1V 4X4
Canada
(418) 657-1744
(418) 657-1655
productions@toutecran.ca



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MOI


Produced in English and in French, this series aimed at preschoolers revolves around the daily experiences of three child actors, aged four to six. Family, friends, playtime, emotions – the series looks at these and other topics which are important to children and to their educational development. Mixing fantasy and reality, imagination and real life, Me Too is a fun-filled and comforting series which teaches children to develop at their own pace.


Betacam SP

45 x 15 minutes

Colour

Producers

André Lauzon

Patricia Lavoie

Executive Producers

André Larin

Vincent Leduc

Michel Bissonnette

Paul Dupont-Hébert

Directors

Hélène Girard

Pascale Cusson

Jacques Laberge

Isabelle Courval

Scriptwriters

Lina Danylo

Manon Berthelet

Muguette Berthelet

José Fréchette

Cast (French version)

Lucie Beauvais

Jérémy Monette

Claudia Marchand

Zébulon Vézina

Cast (English version)

Helen King

Brad Jipa

Andreya Sullivan

Production/Distribution

Zone3 inc.
1055, boul. René-Lévesque Est
Bureau 300
Montreal, Quebec
H2L 4S5
Canada
(514) 284-5555
(514) 985-4458
cdaneau@zone3.ca
www.zone3.ca



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MOI II


Produced in English and in French, this series aimed at preschoolers revolves around the daily experiences of three child actors, aged four to six. Family, friends, playtime, emotions – the series looks at these and other topics which are important to children and to their educational development. Mixing fantasy and reality, imagination and real life, Me Too is a fun-filled and comforting series which teaches children to develop at their own pace.


Betacam SP

26 x 15 minutes

Colour

Producers

André Lauzon

Patricia Lavoie

Executive Producers

André Larin

Vincent Leduc

Michel Bissonnette

Paul Dupont-Hébert

Directors

Liliane Bergevin

Pierre Thériault

Scriptwriters

Muguette Berthelet

Manon Berthelet

Nathalie Champagne

Élise Cartier

Cast (French version)

Lucie Beauvais

Jérémy Monette

Mélodie Lapierre

Sylvain Savaria

Cast (English version)

Helen King

Brad Jipa

Andreya Sullivan

Production/Distribution

Zone3 inc.
1055, boul. René-Lévesque Est
Bureau 300
Montreal, Quebec
H2L 4S5
Canada
(514) 284-5555
(514) 985-4458
cdaneau@zone3.ca
www.zone3.ca



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MENTAL BLOCK


Donovan Mackay needs help. His parents are going through their second adolescence, while he’s going through his first. His best friends Ira and Shelley don’t even register on the cool metre at school. And his main crush, Chloe, is so far out of his league she doesn’t know he’s on a team. Luckily, Donovan has four teenagers living inside his head: Sparks, Maynard, Skipper and RJ. Their mission: to get Donovan through another day of Junior High.


Betacam SP

13 x 24 minutes

Colour

Producer

Patricia Lavoie

Executive Producers

André Larin

Michel Bissonnette

Vincent Leduc

Paul Dupont-Hébert

Stéphane Laporte

Directors

Michael Kennedy

Giles Walker

Sean Dwyer

Craig Pryce

Scriptwriters

Leila Basen

David Preston

Cast

Eric Knudsen

Stefano Faustini

Alexina Cowan

Jodie Lynn Resther

Production

Zone3 inc.
1055, boul. René-Lévesque Est
Bureau 300
Montreal, Quebec
H2L 4S5
Canada
(514) 284-5555
(514) 985-4458
cdaneau@zone3.ca
www.zone3.ca


Distribution

Alliance Atlantis Motion Picture Distribution Ltd.
121 Bloor St. E.
Suite 1500
Toronto, Ontario
M4W 3M5
Canada
(416) 967-1174
(416) 967-1350
info@allianceatlantis.com
www.allianceatlantis.com



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MENTORS V


Mentors follows the adventures of siblings Simon and Crystal Cates after their cousin, Oliver, bestows his wondrous invention, a time machine, on them. Using this ingenious device, Simon and Crystal zap historical figures into their 21st century lives to help them resolve a particular challenge they’ve encountered. Accompanied by their mentors and friends, Simon and Crystal find themselves in exciting, time-tripping adventures where anything (and any time) is possible!


16 mm

13 x 23 minutes

Colour

Producers

Margaret Mardirossian

Will Dixon

Executive Producer

Kevin DeWalt

Directors

Will Dixon

Francis Damberger

Grant Harvey

Rick Stevenson

Scriptwriters

Marty Chan

David Wiechorek

Jon Cooksey

Ali Marie Matheson

Josh Miller

Cast

Stevie Mitchell

Samantha Krutzfeldt

Production

Anaid Productions
3132 Parsons Rd.
Suite 208
Edmonton, Alberta
T6N 1L6
Canada
(780) 413-9285
(780) 465-0580
anaid@anaid.com
www.anaid.com


Production/Distribution

Minds Eye Pictures (AB) Ltd.
8951 51st Ave.
Suite 318
Edmonton, Alberta
T6E 5J3
Canada
(780) 944-1055
(780) 465-0804
mindseye@compusmart.ab.ca
www.mindseyepictures.com


Distribution – Canada

Family Channel
BCE Place
181 Bay St., P.O. Box 787
Toronto, Ontario
M5J 2T3
Canada
(416) 956-2030
(416) 956-2035
info@family.ca
www.family.ca


International distribution

Minds Eye International
480 Henderson Dr.
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4N 6E3
Canada
(306) 781-7353
(306) 359-3466
alesiuk@mindseyeinternational.com
www.mindseyeinternational.com



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MIXMANIA


MixMania is an audacious interactive series which led to the creation of two bands, whose 12 - to 17 - year-old members were chosen by TV viewers via the Web. From auditions, to dancing and singing lessons, to public appearances, to media scrutiny of their daily lives, MixMania allows the band members to make their dreams of fame come true! Everything culminates in a live show – where the audience has the last word.


Betacam SP
Mini DV

10 x 50 minutes

Colour

Producer

André Lauzon

Executive Producers

André Larin

Vincent Leduc

Michel Bissonnette

Paul Dupont-Hébert

Directors

Nicolas Desrosiers

Simon Dallaire

Nancy Lambert

Sylvia Jacques

Scriptwriters

Martine D'Anjou

Manon Berthelet

Muguette Berthelet

Pascal Blanchet

Host

Luck Mervil

Production/Distribution

Zone3 inc.
1055, boul. René-Lévesque Est
Bureau 300
Montreal, Quebec
H2L 4S5
Canada
(514) 284-5555
(514) 985-4458
cdaneau@zone3.ca
www.zone3.ca



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MOLE SISTERS (THE)


Based on the beautiful, lyrical picture books by Montréal-based author and illustrator Roslyn Schwartz, The Mole Sisters is a series of half-hour animated episodes for pre-schoolers, each comprising six short stories. The series follows the escapades of the Mole Sisters – two upbeat, intrepid adventurers discovering and enjoying their natural environment.


Digital Betacam

13 x 27 minutes

Colour

Producers

Curtis Crawford

Claudine Massin

Executive Producers

Frank Taylor

John Travers

Director

Kervin Faria

Scriptwriters

Clive Endersby

Katherine Sandford

George Tarry

Dave Ingham

Narrator

Maria Darling

Production

Mole Sisters Productions (N.S.) Ltd.
222 George St.
Sydney, Nova Scotia
B1P 6Y9
Canada
(902) 539-6999
(902) 539-2181

rlorway@helixstudio.com


Production/Distribution – Canada

Mole Sisters Productions Inc.
c/o Funbag Animation Studios 55 Murray St., 4th Floor
Ottawa, Ontario
K1N 5M3
Canada
(613) 562-3590
(613) 562-3518
frank@funbag.com
www.funbag.com


Coproduction – United Kingdom

Mole Production Ltd.
53 Greek St.
1st Floor,
London, 
W1V 3DR
England
011 44 207 434 2487
011 44 207 287 7204
john.trav@virgin.net


International distribution

Screentiger Ltd.
53 Greek St.
1st Floor,
London, 
W1V 3DR
England
011 44 207 434 2487
011 44 207 287 7204
john.trav@virgin.net



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CHRISTMAS ORANGE (THE)


When young Anton Stingley, who was born on Christmas Day, awakes on Christmas morning to find that, instead of the 600 toys he had requested, his gift from Santa is a single orange, he is outraged. There is only one thing to do: sue Santa! The story unfolds with humour and drama as Anton discovers the true meaning of that one sweet orange.


Digital Betacam

23 minutes

Colour

Producer

Cathy Schoch

Executive Producers

Delna Bhesania

Barry Ward

Director

Ian Freedman

Scriptwriters

Cindy Filipenko

Geoff Berner

Cast

Danny McKinnon

French Tickner

Don Brown

Scott McNeil

Ellen Kennedy

Production

Bardel Entertainment Inc.
548 Beatty St.
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6B 2L3
Canada
(604) 669-5589
(604) 669-9079
info@bardel.ca
www.bardel.ca


Distribution

Brenda Wooding
1919 Pinehurst Rd.
Los Angeles, California
90068
United States
(323) 876-4028
(323) 876-4024
bwoodingmedia@prodigy.net



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PAUL ET SUZANNE


Twins Paul and Suzanne are young children in a puppet family which also includes Bernard and Rose, their parents, Rémi the baby, Pipo the dog and Minou the cat. The family members learn how to overcome difficult situations and face their fears – and teach young viewers aged two to seven how to meet the challenges of everyday life.


DV Cam

26 x 30 minutes

Colour

Producers

Louis Paquin

Charles Lavack

Executive Producer

Louis Paquin

Director

Marcel Collet

Scriptwriter

Janine Tougas

Production

Les Productions Rivard inc.
354 Marion St.
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R2H 0V3
Canada
(204) 233-0694
(204) 231-4010
rivard@productionsrivard.com
www.productionsrivard.com



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PHUNKEE ZEE


Live action and game animation combine in this sci-fi series chronicling the adventures of an unlikely team of heroes who join forces in a quest to save the universe from evil. Led by the fearless alien operative, Zixx Phunkee Zee, 12-year-olds Adam and Griff contribute their strategy game smarts to the battle in the Keep, a third-dimension labyrinth which operates like a game.


Digital Betacam

13 x 24 minutes

Colour

Producers

Alexandra Raffe

Victoria Woods

Executive Producers

Alexandra Raffe

Debbie Nightingale

Paul Cadieux

Robert Carney

Directors

Stacey Stewart Curtis

Graeme Lynch

Adam Weissman

Jim Donovan

Scriptwriters

Jeffrey Hirschfield

Sarah Dodd

Kate Schlemmer

Dean Lewis

Cast

Barbara Mamabolo

Alex Hood

Jamie Johnston

Production

Phunkee Zee I Ltd.
c/o Savi Media Inc.
439 Wellington St. W.
Suite 105
Toronto, Ontario
M5V 1E7
Canada
(416) 597-8484
(416) 597-9596
mail@savi-media.com









Distribution

Filmoption International Ltd.
3401, rue Saint-Antoine Ouest
Westmount, Quebec
H3Z 1X1
Canada
(514) 931-6180
(514) 939-2034
email@filmoption.com
www.filmoption.com



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RAMDAM II


Ramdam is an interactive comedy-drama series which takes us into the heart of a blended family. The family’s story is told from the point of view of Simon and Sélina, preteens who end up living under the same roof after their parents fall madly in love. Living together isn't always easy, and the characters find themselves in a variety of situations that are often funny, often moving.


DVC Pro

100 x 26 minutes

Colour

Producer

Sylvie Tremblay

Executive Producer

Jean-Pierre Morin

Directors

Pierre Lord

Pascale Cusson

Simon Barrette

Albert Girard

Scriptwriters

Sylvain Charbonneau

François Avard

Fabienne Cortes

Dominique Drouin

Cast

Mirianne Brûlé

Hugo Dubé

Mariloup Wolfe

Sophie Vajda

Production

Vivaclic inc.
1973, rue Falardeau
Montreal, Quebec
H2K 2L9
Canada
(514) 527-9700
(514) 527-9625
receptionvivavision@vivavision.ca


Distribution

Avecom Distribution inc.
1973, rue Falardeau
Montreal, Quebec
H2K 2L9
Canada
(514) 526-5252
(514) 527-9623
avecom@sympatico.ca



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ROAD SCHOLARS II


Road Scholars is a documentary series which captures the history and beauty of exotic locations as seen through the eyes of eight teenagers learning outside the lines.


DVC Pro
Mini DV

8 x 24 minutes

Colour

Producers

Jane Hawtin

Kathleen Monk

Executive Producer

Jane Hawtin

Director

Jason Pinchonski

Cast

Amber Allicock-Hawtin

Jason Matheson

Daniel Howe

Casey Ross

Nitya Das

Adrianne Gore

Shawn Ahmed

Tyler Mifflin

Production

Amberlight Productions
2 Haig Ave.
Toronto, Ontario
M1N 2W1
Canada
(416) 694-3131
(416) 694-2784
jane@amberlight.ca
www.roadscholars.ca


Distribution

Thomas Howe Associates Inc.
1200 Bay Street
Suite 500,
Toronto, Ontario
M5R 2A5
Canada
(416) 925-3766
(416) 925-3116
info@thamedia.ca
www.thamedia.ca



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ROBOROACH III


RoboRoach is the hilarious adventures of two cockroach brothers – one's half computer and the other's all pest! The subject of an experiment in the science lab, Rube has been transformed into a super-charged RoboRoach, capable of lifting tall buildings and a single hound. His scheming brother, Reg, tries to cash in on Rube's fortune, but always turns up empty, crying, "Why me, why all the time meeee!"


Digital Betacam

26 x 23 minutes

Colour

Producer

Julie Stall

Executive Producers

Lisa Olfman

Joy Rosen

Director

Drew Edwards

Scriptwriters

J.D. Smith

David Finley

and others / et autres

Cast

Ted Dykstra

Scott Thompson

Production/Distribution – Canada

Portfolio Entertainment Inc.
110 Eglinton Ave. E.
Suite 602
Toronto, Ontario
M4P 2Y1
Canada
(416) 483-9773
(416) 483-6537
portfolio@portfolio-ent.com
www.portfolioentertainment.com


International distribution

RTV Family Entertainment AG
23 Moehlstr.
Munich, 
81675
Germany
49-0-89-99 7271-10
49-0-89-99 7271-91
www.rtv-ag.de



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SADDLE CLUB (THE)


When The Saddle Club was started, it focused on Lisa, Carole and Stevie and their adventures together. Now, the girls are growing up and turning into young women. Although the series still features horses and escapades, the girls are also grappling with the issues and problems of adolescence. This series features sibling rivalry, financial hardship for the Regnerys, the issues of prejudice and bigotry, and the things that happen in today’s world.


Digital Betacam

26 x 30 minutes

Colour

Producer

Lynn Bayonas

Executive Producers

Nick McMahon

Bruce Gordon

Paul Bronfman

Steve Levitan

Directors

Arnie Custo

Mark deFriest

Scriptwriters

Graeme Farmer

Rhonda Olson

Cast

Keenan MacWilliam

Sophie Bennett

Lara Marshall

Production/Distribution – Canada

Protocol Entertainment Inc.
80 Spadina Avenue
Suite 405
Toronto, Ontario
M5V 2J4
Canada
(416) 966-2711
(416) 599-6100
steve@protocolent.com
www.protocolent.com


Coproduction – Australia

Crawfords Australia
259 Middleborough Rd.

Box Hill, 
3128
Australia
61 398952211
61 398905732
admin@crawfords.com.au
www.crawfords.com.au


International distribution

Eaton Films Ltd.
10 Holbein Mews
Lower Sloane St.
London, 
SW1W 8NN
England
171 823 6173
44 171 823 6017



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SCIENCES POINT COM


Sciences Point Com aims to introduce kids aged 9 to 12 to the world of science. In its third season, the series explores various situations at the end of which cast members emerge a little wiser and more mature. Neither preachy nor academic, the show takes viewers on a series of humorous adventures tailor-made for its young and energetic cast.


Betacam SP

39 x 24 minutes

Colour

Producer and Executive Producer

Robert Charbonneau

Line Producer

Marie-Pierre Gariépy

Directors

Jean-Claude Caprara

Martin Cadotte

Scriptwriters

Guy Boutin

Daniel Marchildon

Luc Thériault

Jean-François Lepage

Cast

Nicole Blundell

Paul Lemelin

Maxime Morin

Vincent Poirier

Production

Les Productions R. Charbonneau inc.
450, rue Rideau
Bureau 301
Ottawa, Ontario
K1N 5Z4
Canada
(613) 230-0913
(613) 230-0916
cri@istar.ca


International distribution

Distributions Michelle S. Import-Export inc.
419, rue de la Tramontane
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec
J2W 2W6
Canada
(450) 348-7769
(450) 348-1049
distrms@sympatico.ca



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SECRET WORLD OF BENJAMIN BEAR (THE)


Fun-loving Benjamin Bear guides Howie, an irrepressible rookie teddy bear, through madcap adventures in their quest to help others. Ben and Howie are part of the lovably chaotic Tanner household, where something is always going wrong. It’s Ben and Howie’s job to help their kids Maxwell and Eliza without them ever knowing, no matter how hopeless, hairy or high-risk the circumstances. The trick is to not get caught doing it!


Digital Betacam

13 x 30 minutes

Colour

Producers

Mark Edwards

Ken G. Anderson

Executive Producer

Sheldon Wiseman

Director

Chris Schouten

Scriptwriters

Jill Brett

Bob Ardiel

Dale Schott

Production/Distribution – Canada

Amberwood Productions (Benjamin Bear) Inc.
987 Wellington St.,
2nd Floor
Ottawa, Ontario
K1Y 2Y1
Canada
(613) 238-4567
(613) 233-3857
info@amberwoodanimation.com
www.amberwoodanimation.com


Coproduction – United Kingdom

Secret Bear Productions Ltd.
89 Giles St.
Edinburgh, 
EH6 6BZ
Scotland
44 131-554-0194
44 131-553-6007
kganderson@skryptonite.com
www.skryptonite.com


International distribution

TV-Loonland UK
Royalty House, 72 - 74 Dean St.
London, 
W1V 6AE
England
44-207-434-2377
44-207-434-3344
tv-sales@loonland.com
www.loonland.com



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SILVERWING


Shade Silverwing is an undersized teenage bat whose bravado launches him on both a personal odyssey and an adventure of epic proportions. Featuring the best aspects of the action genre, Silverwing deals with issues that have particular meaning for young people: self-esteem, independence, interpersonal relationships and moral dilemmas.


Digital Betacam

13 x 22 minutes

Colour

Producer

Cathy Schoch

Executive Producers

Delna Bhesania

Barry Ward

Max Howard

Director

Keith Ingham

Scriptwriters

Richard Side

Gary Jones

Deborah Peraya

Louise Moon

Cindy Filipenko

Cast

Bill Switzer

Sharon Alexander

Richard Newman

Pam Hyatt

Micheal Dobson

Production

Bardel Entertainment Inc.
548 Beatty St.
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6B 2L3
Canada
(604) 669-5589
(604) 669-9079
info@bardel.ca
www.bardel.ca


Distribution

Brenda Wooding
1919 Pinehurst Rd.
Los Angeles, California
90068
United States
(323) 876-4028
(323) 876-4024
bwoodingmedia@prodigy.net



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SWAP TV


Two Kids. Two Lives. One Weekend. Swap TV is a half-hour documentary television series for tweens. In each episode, two kids with very different lives swap places and live in each other's shoes for an entire weekend. There's plenty of laughter and learning as the kids are faced with many challenges throughout the "swap" experience.


Mini DV

13 x 22 minutes

Colour

Producer

Kevin Gillis

Executive Producers

Ira Levy

Peter Williamson

Directors

Daniel Oron

Paul Kilback

Duncan Christie

Production

Breakthrough Films & Television Inc.
122 Sherbourne St.
Toronto, Ontario
M5A 2R4
Canada
(416) 766-6588
(416) 769-1436
business@breakthroughfilms.com
www.breakthroughfilms.com


Distribution

Breakthrough Enterprises Inc.
122 Sherbourne St.
Toronto, Ontario
M5A 2R4
Canada
(416) 766-6588
(416) 769-1436
mcordoni@breakthroughentertainment.com
www.breakthroughentertainment.com



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TÉKITOI


Based on “spontaneous” footage shot with kids aged 10 to 12, Tékitoi explores issues of identity among today’s pre-teens. How do they view themselves, and how do others view them? How do they relate to their cultural heritage? A fascinating voyage into the often-troubled world of adolescence, this series encourages viewers, both young and not-so-young, to reflect on the place teens occupy in today’s society.


DV Cam

26 x 27 minutes

Colour

Producer and Executive Producer

Robert Charbonneau

Director-Coordinator

Louise Rochon

Production

Les Productions R. Charbonneau inc.
450, rue Rideau
Bureau 301
Ottawa, Ontario
K1N 5Z4
Canada
(613) 230-0913
(613) 230-0916
cri@istar.ca


Distribution

Distributions Michelle S. Import-Export inc.
419, rue de la Tramontane
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec
J2W 2W6
Canada
(450) 348-7769
(450) 348-1049
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TIMEBLAZERS


When it comes to figuring out how the modern-day world got to be the way it is, 13-year-old Shakira has a couple of powerful secret weapons – Sam and Jen, two globe-trotting daredevil historians who literally spin through the ages to bring the past to life. These TimeBlazers show how castle moats became modern toilets; how ancient hieroglyphics led to text messaging; and how the whole concept of home security actually started with the cavemen.


Betacam SP

13 x 30 minutes

Colour

Producer

Jim Corston

Executive Producers

Nancy Chapelle

Wilson Coneybeare

Director

Wilson Coneybeare

Scriptwriters

Hugh Hardy

James Hurst

Steve Westren

Wilson Coneybeare

Cast

Jasmine Richards

Mike Ackerman

Heidi Leigh

Production

CCI Productions Inc.
18 Dupont St.
Toronto, Ontario
M5R 1V2
Canada
(416) 964-8750
(416) 964-1980
info@ccientertainment.com
www.ccientertainment.com


Coneybeare Stories Inc.
30 College View Ave.
Suite 2
Toronto, Ontario
M5P 1J4
Canada
(416) 322-5474
(416) 322-0157
wconeybeare@rogers.com


Distribution

CCI Releasing Inc.
18 Dupont St.
Toronto, Ontario
M5R 1V2
Canada
(416) 964-8750
(416) 964-1980
info@ccientertainment.com
www.ccientertainment.com



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CHÂTEAU MAGIQUE III (LE )


The Toy Castle is a stunning, live-action pre-school series which uses dance, music and mime to tell delightful stories aimed at two- to six-year-olds. The colorful, fairy-tale toy characters come alive each night in the safety of the magical castle, dancing and playing together to learn important values and life lessons. The stories use narration and are simple to version in any language.


Betacam SP

19 x 22 minutes

Colour

Producers

Neil Bregman

Katherine Jeans

Executive Producer

Neil Bregman

Director

Katherine Jeans

Scriptwriter

Nancy Trites Botkin

Narrator

Rick Jones

Cast

Jorden Morris

Elizabeth Olds

Production

Sound Venture Productions
126 York St.
Suite 219
Ottawa, Ontario
K1N 5T5
Canada
(613) 241-5111 ext. 250
(613) 241-5010
neil@soundventure.com
www.soundventure.com


Distribution

Sound Venture International Inc.
126 York St.
Suite 219
Ottawa, Ontario
K1N 5T5
Canada
(613) 241-5111
(613) 241-5010
info@soundventure.com
www.soundventure.com



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UNE GRENADE AVEC ÇA ?


This comedy-drama looks at life behind the scenes at the Montréal franchise of the "Captain Creigton" international fast-food chain. Far from successful, the Montréal outlet is literally the chain’s weakest link. The series focuses on the restaurant’s appealing young employees, who have more on their minds than work when they’re on duty: they joke around, fall in love, annoy one another, pick fights, argue and make fun of the boss!


Betacam SP

24 x 24 minutes

Colour

Producer

Diane England

Executive Producers

André Larin

Vincent Leduc

Michel Bissonnette

Paul Dupont-Hébert

Directors

Martine Boyer

Simon Barrette

Scriptwriters

Jean Pelletier

Sylvain Ratté

Martin Doyon

Cast

Michel Laperrière

Catherine Proulx Lemay

Patrick Chouinard

Maryse Bourque

Production/Distribution

Zone3 inc.
1055, boul. René-Lévesque Est
Bureau 300
Montreal, Quebec
H2L 4S5
Canada
(514) 284-5555
(514) 985-4458
cdaneau@zone3.ca
www.zone3.ca



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WUMPA'S WORLD II


Welcome to Wumpa’s World, a series for preschoolers about a small band of friends living within the Arctic Circle. The natural beauty and loving support of Wumpa the Walrus, Tiguak the Polar Bear, and Seeka and Tuk the snow bunnies help make this vast landscape a perfect home for our young heroes, Zig and Zag. As Zig and Zag discover life above the 70th parallel, young viewers learn about friendship, community and courage.


DVC Pro

26 x 14 minutes

Colour

Producers

Luc Martineau

Greg Dummett

Executive Producer

Vivianne Morin

Directors

Chuck Rubin

Claude Boucher

Hélène Girard

Scriptwriters

Bernice Vanderlaan

Steven Westren

Kathy Moss

Cast

Tim Gosley

Peter Khol

Jani Lauzon

Production

Cité-Amérique inc.
5800, boul. Saint-Laurent
Montreal, Quebec
H2T 1T3
Canada
(514) 278-8080
(514) 278-4000
info@citeamerique.com
www.citeamerique.com


Distribution

Cité-Amérique International
4200, boul. Saint-Laurent
Bureau 1480
Montreal, Quebec
H2T 2R2
Canada
(514) 843-3355
(514) 843-9574
info@cite-amerique.com
www.cite-amerique.com



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YAKKITI YAK


This animated series centres on 12-year-old Yakkity Yak, who dreams of becoming a famous comedian. Yakkity lives with his Granny and their boarder, Professor Crazyhair, in the small town of Onion Falls. Without the distractions of the big city, Yakkity and his two best friends, Keo and Lemony, depend on their overactive imaginations and the quirks of their friends and family to keep things fun and exciting.


Digital Betacam

26 x 30 minutes

Colour

Producers

Jamie Turner

Kathy Antonsen-Rocchio

Sandra Walters

Executive Producers

Chris Bartleman

Catherine Nebauer

Tim Brooke-Hunt

Greg Ricca

Executive Story Editor

Vito Viscomi

Directors

Jay Falconer

Mark Gravas

Scriptwriters

Dennis Heaton

Steve Sullivan

Jono Howard

Cast

Lee Tockar

Brian Drummond

Andrea Libman

Pam Hyatt

Production/Distribution – Canada

Studio B Productions
190 Alexander St.
6th Floor
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6A 1B5
Canada
(604) 684-2363
(604) 602-0208
info@studiobproductions.com
www.studiobproductions.com


Coproduction – Australia

Kapow Pictures
5 Ridge St.
Level 1
Sydney, 
2060
Australia
011 61 2 9929 4455
011 61 2 9929 4755
producer@kapowpictures.com
www.kapowpictures.com.au


International distribution

MTV Networks International
1515 Broadway,
46th Floor
New York, New York
10036
United States
(212) 258-7260
(212) 846-1806



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YVON OF THE YUKON III


After being frozen for 300 years, a dysfunctional but loveable French explorer finds himself in a "modern" town, where his 17th-century goals (i.e., conquering the New World) just don't fit.


Digital Betacam

13 x 22 minutes

Colour

Producer

Kathy Antonsen-Rocchio

Executive Producers

Blair Peters

Chris Bartleman

Director

Greg Sullivan

Scriptwriters

Dennis Heaton

Leslie Mildiner

Vito Viscomi

Victor Nicolle

Cast

Drew Reichelt

Kirby Morrow

Glen Gould

Phil Hayes

Production/Distribution

Studio B Productions
190 Alexander St.
6th Floor
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6A 1B5
Canada
(604) 684-2363
(604) 602-0208
info@studiobproductions.com
www.studiobproductions.com


Coproduction – Philippines

Top Draw Animation Inc.
3rd Floor, JEMCO Building C
Raymundo Ave.
cor. Bernal Street Rosario
Pasig City, 

Philippines
011.632.640.1512
011.632.640.1623
wayned@topdraw.com.ph
www.topdraw.com.ph



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