BOOBOO DOLLS - Die Sorgenfresser
Zipper closed, worries away! That is the principle of BOOBOO DOLLS.
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HAHN FILM, HELLE FREUDE and FRIENDLY FRITZ are the co-producers of Gerhard Hahn’s written story for HELLE FREUDE and in collaboration with the illustrator Sascha Wüstefeld have developed a new series, BOO BOO DOLLS.
Night after night, the BOO BOO DOLLS lookout for bad dreams.
If fears, worries or troubles sleeping brew up above children’s heads, the BOOBOO DOLLS open their zippered-mouths and – Yum! – eat them all.
All children have dreams with happy endings! - At least with BOO BOO DOLLS nearby you have nothing to fear.
A series from Gerhard Hahn.
© HELLE FREUDE I Hahn Film
Gerhard Hahn's pitch for his new TV series, Booboo Dolls ('Sorgenfresser' in German) at the cartoon forum in Stavanger, Norway, captivated experts and was watched by a record number of 295 viewers. The unanimous opinion from editors, investors and peers is that Booboo Dolls has enormous potential!
The numerous co-production offers will now be considered in order to finalise the financing of the TV series.
The first book, 'Don't be scared, Lily' ('Keine Angst, Lilly' in German) will be exhibited at the Frankurt Bookfair and is written by Gerhard Hahn and illustrated by Sascha Wüstefeld.
PRESS RELEASE. September 27, 2009. (Gerardo Michelin, CARTOON)
GERMAN COMPANY HAD A STAR ROLE AT CARTOON FORUM’S 20th ANNIVERSARY
Hahn Films’ “BooBoo Dolls” was the most attended project at the event
Cartoon Forum Rogaland revealed that European animation remains resilient thanks to its creative wealth, high quality and significant sales potential. The 20th anniversary of the event – which drew to a close on September 25 in the Norwegian city of Stavanger, County of Rogaland – also showed that animation productions are becoming increasingly attractive and competitive on the international stage.
Over 700 professionals present at this event got a sneak preview of 61 new projects to come out over the next few years. Together, these projects – the latest generation of animation series for television and new media platforms – sum up 310 hours of content and a total budget of 148 million EUR.
The ten projects that garnered the most interest among broadcasters, investors, producers and distributors at the meeting were “Boo Boo Dolls” (Germany); “Granny O’Grimm” (Ireland); “Skybabies” (UK); “Kinky & Cosy” (France); “Me and my Robot” (France), “The Flying Squirrels” (Spain); “The Secret Life of Suckers” (Spain); “Copy Cut” (France); “Pigly” (France); and “Dustbunnies” (UK).