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IMIRA SIGNS DEAL WITH AMC TV FOR FILLY FUNTASIA

17 Jun - 2020

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Imira has signed a deal with Hungarian television major AMC TV for broadcast of the hugely popular girl brand series

After mesmerising kids in the rest of the world, the magical world of Filly Funtasia is all set to marvel little ones in Eastern Europe. Imira, the distribution arm of kids and family entertainment major Toonz Media Group, has signed a deal with Hungarian television major AMC TV for broadcast of the hugely popular girl brand series.

AMC will air its first season of the show comprising 26 episodes of 22 minutes in their channel Minimax servicing East European countries including Hungary, Romania, Moldova, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Ex-Yugoslavia (Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia).

The Filly brand, with its legacy of 13 years in the market and millions of toys sold, has a tremendous fan base and debuted recently in China as the number one animation series for girls and number two for all animation on the Chinese video streaming platform iQiyi. The vibrant and colourful Filly world conveys important messages on teamwork, mutual respect and remaining curious.

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