“DOGTANIAN AN THE THREE MUSKEHOUNDS” APOLO FILMS WILL REVIVE THE SONG OF YOUR LIVES

One for all and all for one, Muskehounds are always ready…”  Who has not sung this song in his life?

Apolo Films is going to make it sung again all over the world. The production of the animated film Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds will be released early next year in cinemas, bringing back the action-packed and humorous adventures of the famous characters in the series created by Claudio Biern Boyd.

The production process, carried out in Apolo Films studios in Pamplona and in the studios of COSMOS MAYA, will make the highest 3D quality to bring to the world screens a feature film to have fun and entertain the whole family.

It should be noted that the composition of the music of the feature film will be made by the award-winning composer Manel Gil-Inglada, currently working on the composition of soundtracks for cinemas and orchestral works.

Furthermore, an American Hollywood team directed by Doug Langdale, author among other animated productions of "Puss in Boots" and "Kung fu Panda", have participated in the adaptation of the script for the big screen.

All these facts make us face to a world-class production capable of competing with the best current productions.

Let's keep tuning the voices to sing the song again!

ONE FOR ALL AND ALL FOR ONE!

VARIETY.‘Dogtanian’ Animated Feature In The Works from Cosmos-Maya, Apolo Films.

India and Singapore-based animation outfit Cosmos-Maya is driving into the animated feature arena with “Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds,” an adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’ classic novel “The Three Musketeers.” A co-production with Spain’s Apolo Films, “Dogtanian” is an iconic television property that was first aired on MBS in Japan in 1981, Television Espanola in 1982 and the BBC in 1985. There have been several iterations of the show since, and some 40 years on, it is still airing in more than 100 territories. Emmy and Annie nominee Doug Langdale (“Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness”) is writing the film script, based on the original written by Claudio Biern Boyd, who is President of Apolo Films. Toni Garcia (“Invizimals”) is set to direct. Universal has boarded the project, taking SVOD for several territories including the U.K., France and Germany. Spanish partners on the project include TVE, Lusomundo and A Contracorriente, with financial support from ICO, Banco Santander, Sodena and Sonagar. Cosmos-Maya will part finance, co-produce and distribute exclusively in Asia. The company has set up a state-of-the-art independent studio to produce feature films. Garcia said: “It is fascinating to see the levels of workmanship at the studio. There is a culture of sharing and learning, which positively impacts the quality of the output and delivery time.” Cosmos-Maya chief executive Anish Mehta added: “With 25 years of rich experience in animation production, and the backing of American private equity firm KKR, which has a controlling stake in Cosmos-Maya, we are well poised for all-round growth.” “’Dogtanian’ will entertain children as it used to do their parents 40 years ago, following our philosophy: make kids happy,” said Biern Boyd, who wrote the original. The Cosmos-Maya catalogue includes animated shows “Motu Patlu,” “Inspector Chingum” and “Vir: The Robot Boy.” The company has several upcoming co-productions, including 2D animated series “Galactic Agency” with France’s 100 Animation, for French broadcaster Gulli.