Cartoon Network UK’s A Whale’s Tale Animated Short For The Hope Works Project Released Today 20th November

Cartoon Network UK's A Whale's Tale Animated Short For The Hope Works Project Released Today 20th November

Cartoon Network UK’s A Whale’s Tale Animated Short For The Hope Works Project Released Today 20th November

Cartoon Network UK’s animated short for the Hope Works Project – “A Whale’s Tale” was released online today (20th November) and can now be viewed on Cartoon Network UK’s YouTube channel or on Hope Works’ YouTube channel. The purpose of the animated short is to educate children about the effects of marine pollution. The Hope Works Project works with the biggest broadcasters around the world and Unicef (the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund). The Hope Works project aims to reawaken a generation’s hope through 12 films and resources. The films, each with a different theme, were created to inspire the values of kindness, tolerance and understanding in children around the world. All twelve films were released today, which is known as World Children’s Day. Hope Works is the creation of Lucy Murphy, head of kids’ content at Sky, and Alison Stewart, former head of production at BBC’s preschool channel – CBeebies.

In “A Whale’s Tale”, a whale under the sea tries to help smaller creatures who are struggling with plastic waste. On land, a young boy seeks help to clear the sea in his area, but neither the boy or the whale can succeed on their own. Boats and fishermen come to the boy’s aid to help clean the sea. The animated short was animated by Blue-Zoo Productions in London for Cartoon Network UK. Blue-Zoo has previously worked with Cartoon Network EMEA on various television presentation projects, including the The Amazing World of Gumball Song “clockwork machine” promo.

https://www.blue-zoo.co.uk/animation/gumball-machine/

https://www.blue-zoo.co.uk/animation/cartoon-network-christmas-village/

A Whale’s Tale Credits:

Written and directed by Robin Celebi & Giovanna Utichi
Original story by Giovanna Utichi
Executive Producer: Richard Kinning
Producer: Emma Healing

Animation studio: Blue Zoo

Artwork & Direction: Izzy Burton
Creative Producer: Lizzie Hicks
Producer: Damian Hook
Modelling: Emilie Browne, Pietro Licini & Jacopo Piccini
Lighting & rendering: Holly Bensley
Rigging: Leo Blackmur & Vasil Shotarov
Compositing: Izzy Burton, Nicholas Canticus & Joe Kinch
Animation: Mark Spokes, Dane Winn & Dagmara Ziemianska
Story Consultant: Ben Steer

Sound Design: James Clark & Clearcut Sound
Music Composition: Will Featherby, Kamal Kamruddin, Ben McAvoy, Sam McAvoy, Pete Yelland-Brown & WMP
Voice Over Artist: Tim Dann
Music Supervisor: Joseph Cullen & Cavendish Music

Follow the link below to view all twelve Hope Works film:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMewdq1hLq4GbE4KgpQ8nRA

https://www.blue-zoo.co.uk/feed/a-whales-tale/

Cartoon Network UK Produces Marine Pollution Educational Animated Short “A Whale’s Tale” For The Hope Works Project

Cartoon Network UK Produces Marine Pollution Educational Animated Short

Cartoon Network UK Produces Marine Pollution Educational Animated Short “A Whale’s Tale” For The Hope Works Project

Cartoon Network UK has produced an animated short for The Hope Works Project for the purpose of educating children on the effects of marine pollution called – “A Whale Tale”, and is a described by the Hope Works Project as an animation that that uplifts and delights whilst educating children about the harmful effects of marine pollution. The Hope Works Project works with the biggest broadcasters on earth and Unicef (the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund). The Hope Works project aims to reawaken a generation’s hope through 12 films and resources. Other Hope Works Project broadcasting partners include Disney EMEA, DreamWorks Animation, Sesame Workshop, KiKa (Germany), CBC (Canada), Hop! (Israel), VRT Ketnet (Belgium) and ABC (Australia).

In “A Whale’s Tale”, a whale under the sea tries to help smaller creatures who are struggling with plastic waste. On land, a young boy seeks help to clear the sea in his area, but neither the boy or the whale can succeed on their own. The animated short along with the other eleven shorts will be simultaneously released on Hope Works Project broadcaster partners’ TV channels and also on the Hope Works YouTube channel on World Children’s Day which will be held on Tuesday 20th November.

https://www.c21media.net/kids-industry-unites-for-hope-works-project/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMewdq1hLq4GbE4KgpQ8nRA

https://twitter.com/hopeworksproj