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1. Paramount Makes A Bet on Spanish Feature Animation

Spanish feature animation is having its moment. Late in 2014, Ilion studio's "Mortadelo y Filemón contra Jimmy el Cachondo" opened head-to-head in Spain against DreamWorks's "Penguins of Madagascar," and ended up grossing more than its big-budget American competitor.

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2. “Tad, The Lost Explorer” trailer

As part of my on-going series to bring awareness to the dozens of animated features being produced throughout the world, few of which ever come to the U.S. – This is the Russian trailer to Tad, The Lost Explorer, which Paramount is releasing in Spain next fall. It’s a feature length 3D film, a sequel to director/creator Enrique Gato’s two award-winning Indiana Jones-inspired spoofs called Tadeo Jones.

Foreign made features are getting better and better – it’s only a matter of time before there is an explosion of diverse films, by studios and independents, competing with Hollywood for your attention in theatres, TV and through digital means. This is a very good thing, sez I.

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