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Xilam’s Oggy and the Cockroaches pre-school spin-off, Oggy Oggy lands on Netflix

The French production company, Xilam Animation will produce an original CGO animated pre-school series, Oggy Oggy, based on the hit franchise Oggy and the Cockroaches, for the streaming platform, Netflix. In the new series, Oggy is freed from the ceaseless tyranny of the cockroaches and lives in a fantasy world …

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Xilam Animation names Manya Zhou its new head of business development for China

The French animation studio, Xilam has appointed Manya Zhou to the newly created position of head of business development for China with responsibility for developing the firm’s strategy in the region. This will include managing local linear and digital distribution, licensing and merchandising, and potential co-production opportunities. Additionally, Zhou will …

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Xilam in exclusive talks to acquire majority stake in Cube Creative

Xilam Animation has entered into exclusive negotiations to acquire a controlling stake of the shares and voting rights of the French animation production company, Cube Creative. Talks are ongoing for the purchase of 50.1 per cent of shares in the company that specialises in 3D animation. In line with its …

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Xilam names Capucine Humblot its new head of licensing and merchandising

The award-winning French animation studio, Xilam Animation, has named Capucine Humblot its new head of licensing and merchandising. Humblot will report to Morgann Favennec, EVP global sales development, and will be responsible for supervising Xilam’s consumer products activity across its portfolio of properties, including Oggy and the Cockroaches, Zig & …

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Xilam Animation details pre-school spin-off for Oggy and the Cockroaches

The French studio Xilam Animation is developing its first CGI animated series for the pre-school, presenting a new take on its Oggy and the Cockroaches with a younger-years spin-off called Oggy Oggy. The studio will start production next summer with two straight consecutive seasons and a global budget of $22 …

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