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Sony Pictures Animation Inks a Deal with Fred Seibert

Sony Pictures Animation has set a multi-year deal with Fred Seibert and his Frederator Studios to develop animated feature films, it was announced today by Bob Osher, president of Sony Pictures Digital Productions, and Hannah Minghella, president of production for Sony Pictures Animation. Seibert, a prolific animation producer, promises to be a rich source of original ideas as Sony Pictures Animation continues to advance its development slate.

"It is hard to imagine someone more passionate about animation than Fred Seibert, " said Bob Osher, who first worked with Seibert at Turner Entertainment, when Seibert was president of Hanna-Barbera Productions. "He is a remarkable creative resource."

"Frederator Studios is thrilled to be working with Bob, Hannah, and their team at Sony Pictures Animation," said Fred Seibert. "They've given us a unique opportunity to further develop our incubator for big animation ideas."

"As we look to make a wide variety of animated movies,
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Win Wow Wow Wubzy on DVD

Time for a family friendly contest. We are giving away copies of WOW WOW Wubbzy! “Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!,” the multimedia preschool sensation that airs on Nick Jr. in the U.S. and top outlets around the world, is getting ready to conquer home entertainment too. Wubbzy is a fun, lovable, curious little guy who just likes to play, play, play with his friends in the fun and wacky town of Wuzzleburg. It’s the funniest new preschool show that will keep kids laughing and yet provide those wholesome life lessons in a humorous and heartfelt way. Featuring a spectacular lenticular 3-D...
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Anchor Bay, Sony ink distribution deal

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has cut an international distribution rights deal with Anchor Bay Entertainment to sell the indie's home entertainment library in new markets around the world.

The three-year deal includes worldwide distribution rights -- outside of the United States, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom -- to various Anchor Bay catalog titles, including Hellboy Animated films; Manga Entertainment titles including Ghost In the Shell and the Streetfighter series; all 26 titles in the Masters of Horror series; six episodes in the Masters of Science Fiction series; and the pre-school hit Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!

Bill Clark, president of Anchor Bay, a unit of Liberty Media Corp.'s Starz Media, said the deal with Sony Pictures will give his company "unbeatable access to international territories where we haven't previously had a strong presence."

Anchor Bay will work closely with Sony Pictures on all facets of marketing and sales.

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