Certainly, a few keynotes, experiential labs, and closed-door sessions later, the event's attendees will have healthily boosted their knowledge base for content connectivity.
Animation production studios and their distribution associates return to MIPTV 2011 in greater and more effective numbers this year (Check out the 2011 animation highlights.). The diversity of new and entertaining programming has grown quite amicably. The following Animation Insider feature news article will spotlight a few animation studios and distributors whose animated properties are particularly notable this season:
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There's also the Paris, France-based Cyber Group Studios represents a number of titles, either co-produced as distributor, including the raucous 2D animation Nina Patalo, produced by Je Suis Bien Content (page seven / watch); and Grimm Studio, from Seoul, Korea, goes to work on Cobot, in addition to a slew of CG game cinematics and film visual effects commission (page eight / watch). Video is available for each series/studio profiled.
Additional animation note for MIPTV 2011 include Italy's Rainbow Group gathering new support for it's spin-off project Pop Pixie and the second season of Huntik: Secrets & Seekers; the launch of Kioka, an adorable preschool title from Goldilocks Studio (Seoul, Korea) and Awol Animation (Paris, France); more hype surrounding Voltron Force from the UK's Classic Media; and a number titles represented or produced by Studio 100 Media (Munchen, Germany), such as the revised Maya the Bee series and children's adaptation Woodlies, both are in production for 2012.