Chocolate Liberation Front unveils new projects

Production company scores a host of new projects in Australia, Canada and the US.
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The new deals include Santo Sam & Ed’s Cup Fever, Dance Academy, Harriet The Spy and The Kids In The Hall.

Santo Sam & Ed’s Cup Fever is a social media experience produced by CLF for SBS and Australia’s leading production company Working Dog. During the World Cup, CLF delivered a seven-days a week, 24-hours a day online media experience to support the live TV coverage, achieving over one million visits to the social network extensions.

It is the biggest ever Facebook community for SBS, and a corresponding YouTube channel had over 750,000 views making it one of top Comedy Channels in Australia.

Also in Australia, CLF has been engaged by Werner Film Productions, ZDF and ABC3 to produce the Dance Academy choreography application: Dance Academy Dance Maker. Since its initial launch last month, the activity and online destination has received thousands of visits.

In Canada, Toronto-based animation studio 9Story has commissioned the to produce a promotional web destination for the new Disney Channel film, Harriet The Spy: Blog Wars.

Meanwhile, Accent Entertainment and CBC signed the firm to deliver the interactive strategy for the latest Kids In The Hall eight-part series ‘Death Comes To Town.’ This includes behind the scenes footage, original video shoots and an interactive hockey game.

CLF is also currently in production on The Wild Kratts interactive project for the Kratt Brothers, 9Story, TVO and PBS, with financial assistance from The Bell Broadcast & New Media Fund and The OMDC - an Asylum Seeker Simulation for SBS with the assistance of Screen Australia, Film Victoria and in conjunction with the Refugee Council and The Immigration Museum.

“We’re proud to have had the opportunity to work with some of the most amazing partners on their exciting, high profile projects. It’s been a fantastic first year,” said Frank Verheggen, director of The Chocolate Liberation Front, Australia.

Dan Fill, director of The Chocolate Liberation Front, added: “The multiplatform service work has complimented our original development beautifully and has given us the chance to work with partners we really admire.

"We look forward to making some announcements about our own original projects soon."

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