Sunday, 23 June 2013

Best 3d Animation for Asia Image Apollo Awards 2013

Dream Defenders has won Best 3d Animation at the Asia Image Apollo Awards 2013 Presentation. Taking place on 18th June at the Marina Bay Sands held alongside BroadcastAsia.Out of 239 submissions received, 30 entries made the final cut after careful review by a panel of judges known for their extensive technical knowledge, critically acclaimed creativity, and years of experience in the media and entertainment industry. The results were tabulated and audited by international auditing firm PriceWaterhouseCoopers.

The Apollo Awards is an initiative aimed at honouring the best in Asia Pacific's production and post-production industries. With a jury that combines extensive technical knowledge, critically acclaimed creativity, and years of experience in the media and entertainment industry, this is the award for production and post-production artists in the Asia Pacific region.

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Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Tiny Island's Dream Defenders Debuts on Hulu This Summer 2013!

Dream Defenders tells the incredible story of Zane and Zoey serving as the last line of defense between the real world and the Dreamworlds. Controlled by evil Icela, the nightmare monsters come to life and are threatening to break through to the real world! The 26 episode series is available on the free, ad-supported Hulu and Hulu Plus subscription service. 

The series follows the adventure of Zane and Zoey, 14-year-old twins who can travel into the Dreamworlds -- the realm where humans dream. Supercomputer ZEUS provides the means, the twins provide the courage. Only new school friends Tucker and Patel share Zoey and Zane's secret adventures. Evil forces in the Dreamworlds, Icela, Nodd & Druul, unleash Momoks, nightmare monsters to haunt our dreams and turn us into Dreamwalker zombies. Zane and Zoey must defeat the monsters in the Dreamworlds and, with Tucker and Patel's help, keep the chaos in the real world under control. 

The series is based on original concepts developed by Tiny Island Productions, Singapore's leading Stereoscopic 3D CG animation production company. It focuses on producing "Future Proof" content across multiple new platforms. The Los Angeles-based writing team was supervised by industry veterans Eric and Julia Lewald, who have been showrunners together or individually on 14 series, including X-Men: The Animated Series and Young Hercules. The series made its first debut in the United States on 3net, the joint venture 24/7 3D Network from Sony, Discovery and IMAX, the world's first dedicated kids 3D programming block in September 2011. 

David Kwok, CEO, Tiny Island Productions, commented: "We recognised the value of reaching out to new digital audiences across multiple platforms and we are very fortunate to have Hulu as our partner." 

Available this summer to U.S. audiences on Hulu and Hulu Plus, viewers get the opportunity to participate in the "Momok (Nightmare Monsters) Design Competition" where winners will bring home 3d glasses free tablets. They will be the first few in the world to experience Dream Defenders 'flying out' from these 3D tablets without having to put on any 3D glasses. Viewers will also get to participate in a lucky draw with the top prize of return air tickets and a hotel stay on sunny and beautiful Singapore where they can get the chance to visit the animation studio behind the production as well as visit the Dream Defenders Exhibition. Details will be announced soon on DREAM DEFENDERS FACEBOOK 

About Tiny Island Productions (Pte. Ltd.) 

Tiny Island Productions is Singapore's leading Stereoscopic 3D CG animation production company. Established in 2002 and based in cosmopolitan Singapore, the company creates, manages and markets quality content for the global CG animation market. The company is producing a slate of CG animated television and film projects, available in Stereoscopic-3D, in collaboration with international partners from Japan, Korea, Hong Kong and Thailand. 

Most recently, the company's stereoscopic-3D CG animated original series "Dream Defenders" has been sold to 3Net, the 24/7 3D Network from Sony, Discovery and Imax, in the United States. The company had also previously worked with international distributor Dreamworks Classic and Thai-based producing company, Shellhut Entertainment, on a CG animated series, Shelldon, that was aired on major networks including NBC USA and France 5. Other earlier deals inked include a development deal with Los-Angeles based Saban Entertainment Group (SEG), with SEG providing development resources for a CG animated series. The studio has also just completed the production for the all new Ben 10 CGI Telemovie: Destroy All Aliens in both standard and stereoscopic 3d format. The show won 2 major awards. Gold for Promax Asia and Best 3d Programs for Asia Television Awards. 

For further information please contact: Tiny Island Productions --