Brown Bag Films opens its Smithfield animation studios

Award-winning film production company to grow to 255 employees as it works on Watership Down adaptation

27th May, 2016
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Minister for Jobs Mary Mitchell OConnor joined Cathal Gaffney and Neil Court in Smithfield, Dublin. Pic: Maxwells

Brown Bag Films this morning launched its new 30,000 square foot animation studio in Smithfield, Dublin.

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor joined managing director Cathal Gaffney for the opening.

Among its productions are animated children’s series including Octonauts, Doc McStuffins, Bing and Henry Hugglemonster.

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