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Brown Bag full of eastern promise Animation firm acquires Bali studio

3rd February, 2019
Cathal Gaffney, managing director of Brown Bag Films and chief operating officer of 9 Story Media Group Picture: Bryan Meade

Irish animation company Brown Bag Films is going tropical following its acquisition of a Bali-based studio.

Brown Bag Films will see its headcount rise to more than 1,000 following the purchase of full service animation studio, Base. This is the latest expansion for the film company, which has grown significantly since it was acquired by Canadian entertainment company 9 Story in 2015.

As part of the deal, Base founders Lily Wang and Daniel Harjanto Setyawan will remain working...

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