BEST ANIMATION AWARD GOES TO ARCTIC DOGS WHOSE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS ARE OWNED BY IERVOLINO ENTERTAINMENT

The animated film Arctic Dogs, whose characters are owned by the production company Iervolino Entertainment, won the famous Pulcinella Award for Best Animation at the traditional Italian Cartoons on the Bay festival, dedicated to film, television and animation. 

This film is listed as one of the most streamed animated movies on Netflix in America this year, while its sequels are equally successful on digital platforms. Namely, the company Iervolino Entertainment, founder of Iervolino Studios in Serbia, bought the intellectual rights for seven characters from the movie Arctic Dogs last December, including the rights to sell, use music and print, as well as commercial rights, with the aim of producing various animated short formats. 

Among them are Puffins, an animated series starring Johnny Deppin the creation of which employees of the domestic Iervolino Studios also participated. It was in the first place in terms of viewership on the Apple TV platform in the first week of its showing. A similar success was achieved by Arctic Friends, an animated series that follows the polar fox Swift, and which was the most viewed children’s and family title on the same platform in Italy. 

“The continuous success of the Arctic Dogs proves once again that our investment in intellectual property was a good decision and we will continue to go in that direction in the future. Also, I am immensely pleased that the famous Cartoons on the Bay festival recognized our work and that tells me that the quality of our animation is currently among the best on the market, said Andrea Iervolino, CEO and founder of Iervolino Entertainment.   

You can watch the trailer for the movie Arctic Dogs on this link 

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