Welcome To My Life Wins New York International Children’s Film Festival Audience Award

Welcome To My Life Wins New York International Children's Film Festival Audience Award

Welcome To My Life Wins New York International Children’s Film Festival Audience Award

Cartoon Network Studios’ short – Welcome To My Life has won an NYICFF (New York International Children’s Film Festival) Audience Award for children aged between 12 and 17 years old, congratulations to the pilot’s creator – Elizabeth Ito and to the animated short’s production team at Cartoon Network Studios. The New York International Children’s Film Festival is the largest children’s film festival in North America and is an Academy Awards-level event. Audience members of all ages can vote on the Festival-winning films and the winners are put forward for consideration at the annual Academy Awards.

Welcome to My Life follows the life of a young American monster named Douglas. However, it’s not easy for a monster to live alongside humans; even though to his classmates he appears to be a monster but really he’s a human in the inside. The short is formatted as a “mockumentary” and is an insight of someone’s life who struggles with their differences.

At present, there hasn’t been an announcement whether to say that Welcome To My Life has been greenlit, but winning an award at a major event for being well received by kids and teens in one of Cartoon Network’s targeted age demographics is a step forward towards consideration for it to become an actual show.

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Infinity Train Pilot Debuts On Cartoon Network USA 11th February 6am

Infinity Train Pilot Debuts On Cartoon Network USA 11th February 6am

Infinity Train Pilot Debuts On Cartoon Network USA 11th February 6am

Cartoon Network USA will premiere Owen Dennis’s Infinity Train pilot tomorrow morning. The pilot has been popular among cartoon fans on social media and has already developed a fan following since its debut on the Cartoon Network USA YouTube channel on 2nd November 2016. Viewers will have to wake up extra early tomorrow morning to watch the pilot on TV as it will air at 6am ET/PT immediately after the Adult Swim sign-off. In Infinity Train, the main protagonist, Tulip, must learn to set her personal interests aside to make her way through a mysterious train and help the king of all corgis save his people. Tulip is aided and accompanied by her robot friend – One-One (a robot that has a split personality both physically and mentally).

Owen Dennis – the show’s creator, has clarified on Twitter that Infinity Train still hasn’t been greenlit, but he’s pleased that the pilot will air on television.

The Infinity Train pilot is already available to watch anytime on Cartoon Network USA’s YouTube channel.

https://www.regularcapital.com/2016/11/infinity-train-new-cartoon-network-studios-pilot/

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Cartoon Network Studios New Animated Minisodes Get ‘Em Tommy

Cartoon Network Studios New Animated Minisodes Get 'Em Tommy

Cartoon Network Studios New Animated Minisodes Get ‘Em Tommy

On the run-up to Christmas, Cartoon Network USA uploaded a series of fast-paced animated minisodes and mini-mashups called “Get ‘Em Tommy”. Tommy (the titular character) puts VHS tapes into his head giving him special abilities to defeat his enemies. “Get ‘Em Tommy” was created by Victor Courtright.

Minisode: Punch Punchleton

Bob stows away on a ship with the Sneaky Lads in an effort to recover his stolen camcorder. Tommy and Fiona must find the Sneaky Lads hideout and help Bob recover his prize possession before the worst happens (like ticklies)!

Minisode: My Good Friend Ben

Tommy encounters Ben and is challenged to an amateur competition on the Big Empty Hill. Ben shows up to the challenge with his Bro Quan Doe fighting style as a defense against an “intimidating” Tommy.

Mashup Battles

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