QB9 presented two new original productions at MIPCOM and MIPJR:“ “Krakatoa” and “Rejected”.
Marcelo Liberini, CEO of QB9, participated in “The Digital Strategists Show & Tell” conference where he presented several “Gaturro” success stories, including the multi-screen strategy that was used. He also announced the launch of two new series: “Krakatoa”, a co-production with Nuts Studios, and “Rejected”, a co-production with Hook Up Animation Studio.
“The addition of the two new productions, “Krakatoa” and “Rejected”, is a very important step in the growth and consolidation of QB9 Entertainment both in the local market and abroad.
This shows our commitment not only to providing television programming for kids and tweens but also to enriching the 360º experience and to strengthening our relationship with our audience through communication points that complement the series, such as events, games, trivia, apps and much more” Liberini explained.
The original animated audiovisual project, “Krakatoa”, was chosen as a finalist in the MIPJR International Pitch 2014 contest from among more than 150 projects from 29 countries. The awards presentation will be held on October 12th of this year in Cannes as part of the MIPJR international fair.