Hoooray! 300 000 tickets sold for Bamse and the Witch's Daughter!
..and more good news! Now it has been launched in Norway - alle snakker norsk!
"Molly Monster - The Movie" nominee at the Berlinale 2017!
From left to right on the picture on top; Christian Ryltenius - Director, David Menken – voice for Bamse, Louis Elman - Voice Director, Bob Saker – voice for Shellman and Martin T. Sherman – voice for Little Hop.
Left to right on the picture below; Jon Nohrstedt – Producer, Christian Ryltenius – Director, Suzy Westerby – voice for Hatiora the Witch, Barbara Barnes – voice for Tessan Vole, Naomi McDonald – voice for Lova and Louis Elman – Voice Director.
It’s been a lot of fun to have Tilde Volk-Jonsson in the studio, for her 2 weeks work experience.
During those hectic days she managed to do her own animated teaser for ‘Energy Boy’.
On the picture below, she and Martin Sommenvik is going through the animation.
Have a look at the fantastic result!
‘Molly Monster – The Movie’ is presented at the Cartoon-Movies in Lyon in the category ‘In Production’.
We are showing new material and even some footage in Colour.
Here is the link to the Cartoon-Movie Teaser;
We are proud to announce that ‘Bamse and the City of Thieves’ is nominated for the prestigious Swedish film Award ‘Guldbaggen’
for one out of three most popular Films in Swedish Cinemas, in terms of tickets sold, during 2014.
Development is starting on the Bamse sequel that will be titled ‘Bamse and the Witch’s Daughter’.
We are very pleased to sign on Lars Bällsten, Thomas Holm and Peter Jando for the Conceptual Art,
Story Sketches and Inspirational Drawings.
Lars and Thomas worked on ‘Bamse and the City of Thieves’ as Designers and Layout Artists and are both seasoned artists on the Bamse Comic book.
Peter Jando worked as an Animator and BG artist at Penn Film Studio and has several Feature Films and TV-series on his CV.
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra with Composer Henrik Lörstad recording the score for ‘Bamse and the City of Thieves’.
Reinard Fox and Bamse, featuring Magnus Härenstam and Peter Haber in the recording studio for the Swedish voice track. Two legends in the Swedish film industry.
From left to right: Johan Kindblom – Writer, Edith Enberg-Salibi – Katta-Lo, Tomas Tivemark – Writer, Tea Stjärne – Nalle-Maja, Maria Bolme – Brummelisa, Dan Andréasson – Co-Producer, Tomas Bolme – Narrator, Peter Haber – Bamse, Magnus Härenstam – Reinard Räv, Ola Andréasson – Co-Producer, Steve Kratz – Skalman, Morgan Alling – Lille Skutt, Christian Ryltenius – Director, and Shebly Niavarani – Vargen.
New report about the process behind our current project "Bamse och Tjuvstaden".
A reprint with drawings and sketches is also available.
For more information, visit: http://serieframjandet.se/2013/05/28/bild-bubbla-195-bamse-40-ar/