Thursday, July 21, 2011
The Cloud Bread merchandise had it's big launch today and our display was mobbed. A really lovely display and a great response from everyone.Lots of very original work there and good looking character art. Today the floor was just open to buyers and industry people and we still had a big line out front. A very good day for all!
Posted by Woody Y. at 5:05 AM
Friday, April 29, 2011
Friday, March 25, 2011
Sunday, March 13, 2011
This episode is our homage to 'The Princess Bride'. Hongbi and her classmates are reading fairy tales and discussing them afterwards. Boo is unhappy that the giant always plays the part of villain. The kids agree and revise 'Jack and the Beanstalk' and 'Puss and Boots' to their tastes...making them very different stories.
Monday, February 14, 2011
Hongshi's Kindergarten class is presenting a play and Hongshi is disappointed in his role as butterfly. On the 'Big Day' , Ed gets stage fright. This is a really sweet episode that highlights the personalities of Hongshi's friends. A very sensitive handling of a child sized moral
Posted by Woody Y. at 12:43 AM
Saturday, February 12, 2011
One last post on the ANNIES, here is our cast picture from the celebration. From left Kirk Thornton, (the voice of Dad, Boo and Ed),Mona Marshall (the voice of Hongbi and Cookie), Our Director Jay Jang, Dr Heung Soo Park, Executive Producer and CEO of GIMC, Barbara Goodson(the voice of Ruiz, Wooli, Nunu), Wendee Lee, (the voice of Hongshi,Mom and Mimi), Rene Veilleux our Voice Director, Sylvia Edwards, LA Production Manager/Associate Producer, Larry Huber our Creative Producer. A great night was had by ALL!
Posted by Woody Y. at 4:50 PM
Saturday, February 5, 2011
This just in today, we have been accepted for the International Family Film Festival.
This is always a great event and is in Hollywood this year at the historic Raleigh Studios.
We have been really happy to get so much genuine interest in our international production in Los Angeles.
Posted by Woody Y. at 11:31 PM
We all want to thank ASIFA again for the nomination for 'Best Animated Television Program for Children' and for the wonderful reception given us at the ANNIES tonight. To be considered next to a wonderful show like 'Spongebob Squarepants' (the winner) was an honor in itself. It was a great line-up in all categories this year and a great opportunity for an international production like ours to be invited.
Posted by Woody Y. at 11:18 PM