Nelvana

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Deals: A71, IndieCan, Blue Ant, Motion 58

Deals heat up at the Whistler Film Festival, Blue Ant sells more than 500 hours of content across Asia-Pacific, plus more from Raven Banner, Nelvana and Sinking Ship.

Private Eyes

Deals: eOne, Raven Banner, Corus

Private Eyes sets its sights abroad with a raft of international deals, Raven Banner acquires three Canadian features, plus more deals.

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Nelvana rebrands and refocuses

President Scott Dyer on why his company is doubling down on strong stories and shifting away from a merch-first strategy.

Ride series

Corus sets fall premieres for YTV, Treehouse, Teletoon

Three Canadian original series are featured in the schedule, including Breakthrough Entertainment’s Ride (pictured).

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Georgaklis moves from Teletoon to Nelvana

Industry veteran Athena Georgaklis has shifted roles within Corus Entertainment, leaving Teletoon to head up development for Nelvana.

Hotel Transylvania pic

Disney Channels Worldwide acquires Hotel Transylvania TV series

The series was produced in Toronto by Nelvana and Sony Pictures Animation.

Powerpuff girls

Deals: Corus, eOne, MCE, Breakthrough

Corus Entertainment and the Cartoon Network ink a multi-year broadcast and merchandising deal, plus more deals of the week.

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Trucktown gains licensing traction

More than a dozen licensing agents spanning South America, the Middle East, Asia and Europe are on-board Nelvana’s preschool brand.

Scout and the Gumboot Kids

Deals: Lionsgate, Picture Box, PNP, Nelvana

Picture Box Distribution has acquired the global licensing rights to Scout and the Gumboot Kids (pictured), plus more deals of the week.

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Nelvana inks raft of SVOD deals

Corus Entertainment-owned Nelvana has sold more than 800 episodes of content from its kids animated and live-action library to multiple SVOD services around the world.

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Deals: Mongrel, eOne, Lionsgate, Nelvana

Mongrel Media takes the Canadian rights to Michael Moore’s Where to Invade Next (pictured), plus more deals of the week.

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Trucktown and Mike the Knight reach new audiences

Nelvana sells preschool series Trucktown to Discovery Latin America, while hit series Mike the Knight is growing its distribution in French Canada and LatAm.