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‘The Day Henry Met’ wins Pulcinella Award for Best European Work
20 Apr 2015 : Seán Brosnan
‘The Day Henry Met’ comes from Dublin-based animators Wiggleywoo
Dublin animators Wiggleywoo have won a Pulcinella Award for Best European Work for their animated series ‘The Day Henry Met’.

‘The Day Henry Met’, which is supported by the Irish Film Board, follows four-year-old Henry, who every day meets something new. He always wants to learn and find out more. No matter what Henry meets, they’re always delighted to talk, laugh and share their amazing world with him.

The series is funded by RTÉjr, The Irish Film Board, Section 481 and Creative Europe and from pre-sales, having been presold into key territories around the world including to Nick Jr. in the UK and Ireland, TVO Canada, YLE Finland and SVT Sweden.

‘The Day Henry Met’ will be premiered on RTÉjr from June 2015 with other channels set to roll out the series in the autumn.

Other Irish projects to have been nominated at the Pulcinella Awards include ‘Punky’ from Geronimo Productions which was nominated in the Educational and Social Issues Work category, ‘Somewhere Down the Line’ from Cartoon Saloon which was nominated in the Short Film category, as well as ‘Bing’ from Brown Bag Films which was also nominated in the category of Best European Work.




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