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China’s key cultural industry project in 2015
The Wonder Deer, an animated TV series launched by DreamEast Film Co., is infused with core values such as love, braveness, friendship and responsibility and transmits positive energy to the audience.
The project invites qualified animation masters at home and abroad to make up a consultant team, tries its best to explore the charm of Chinese culture, makes full use of international mature operation modes and creation skills and finally creates high-quality original animation works suitable for the audience and improve China’s animation to a world level.
“We specifically created Valt the Wonder Deer with an international audience in mind, blending the best of Hollywood and Chinese storytelling to tell a story with universal appeal,” said Yuan “Phabey” Wang, CEO, DreamEast Pictures USA. “Partnering with Jetpack will bring Valt and its adventurous stories of courage, friendship and love to kids everywhere.”
Wang will oversee development, production, marketing and operations for the studio, which opened in 2015 with a mission to showcase Chinese culture, stories and philosophies to a global audience through original film and television content.
Wang was most recently general manager of CineArc Entertainment, a consulting and production company specializing in China/U.S. co-productions. Prior to CineArc, she was project manager at Bruno Wu’s Seven Stars Entertainment, and before that was a film script analyst at the censorship committee at China’s State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT.)
DreamEast recently appointed Jetpack Distribution to handle international distribution of “Valt The Wonder Deer,” its debut series executive produced by John Andrews. The 52-episode 2D animation series was screened recently in China on broadcast channel BTV Kaku Kids Channel and online at Tencent, where it has received over 35 million views. DreamEast recently began development on the second season of “Valt,” as well as a feature film and two additional animated television series, for production later this year.