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French animation production and distribution company Dandelooo has closed a deal with Czech animation production company, Krutart for the new 2-D series Kosmix (26 x 5’).

The deal sees  Emmy-award French production and distribution company Dandelooo acquire exclusive worldwide distribution rights to Kosmix, a fun astronomy for kids’ series co-produced by Krutart and Czech pubcaster Czech Television.

Directed by Vojtěch Dudek and Klára Jůzová and targeted at 4 to 8-year-olds, the series follows the adventures of Kit a lovable, brave and curious little robot as he explores the universe in his space travel TV show. 

Every episode focuses on a different planet or a space object with a simple personality.  Kit our tour guide around the universe visits them always leading to an adventure.  Through his explorations, he learns how space works and given the fact he is not a very experienced explorer he often runs into trouble but in the end that’s what helps him to learn.

Our Zippy Frames preview from CEE Animation Forum 2019

Kosmix (26x5, Vojtěch Dudek dir. Martin Jůza pr.) Already funded at 100% (Krutart, Czech Television), the little robot Kit is exploring the universe in his space travel TV show. Kosmix looks like a 2D version of Inside Out, with a different trait (lovable, brave, curious etc.) explored in each episode. The serialized nature of the project and the less-than-perfect characters could actually build engagement for its 4-8 aged target audience.

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