Galway animation firm sells pre-school series worldwide

Galway animation firm sells pre-school series worldwide

A Galway-based animation company, Dancing Girl Productions, has announced that seven countries have bought their pre-school animation series for broadcast.

The 39 x 7 minute series, called 'Joe & Jack', will appear in Australia, France, the Netherlands, Portugal, Canada, New Zealand and Korea.

The series will also air on Disney Junior Latin America.

In addition to television, CCI has also reached a home entertainment agreement with ABC Enterprises in Australia for the property.

Joe & Jack was developed and produced by Maeve Mc Adam and Villi Ragnarsson of Dancing Girl Productions.

The series was funded by the Irish Film Board, RTE, the Broadcast Authority of Ireland, the MEDIA programme of the European Union, Northern Ireland Screen, the Irish Language Broadcast Fund and the Section 481 tax incentive from the Republic of Ireland.

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