Friday February 28, 2020

‘Inspirational’ cartoon series gets green light

20th September, 2015
Andrew Kavanagh, chief executive/founder, and Gary Timpson, managing director, Kavaleer Picture: Bryan Meade

Animation firm Kavaleer Productions has raised €1.9 million in funding for a cartoon starring a little girl who wants to be an inventor.

The Dublin-based company received funding from the Irish Film Board, the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, Gorilla Post Production, RTE and the Section 481 tax credit for the 39-part series, which is targeted at pre-schoolers.

Kiva Can Do! features a seven-year-old Irish-Indian girl who wants to grow up to be the world’s greatest inventor....

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