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Treehoppers and cartoons at Breakthrough

Toronto-based prodco Breakthrough Films & Television are busy at work on two new productions, one on the lives of treehoppers in Ecuador in the science/adventure 1 x 1-hour or 2 x 1-hour doc, Mini-Monsters of Amazonia, and the other on the impact of animated characters that have left their mark on pop culture. Stay Tooned is a 13 x 30-minute live-action factual entertainment series.
January 6, 2009

Toronto-based prodco Breakthrough Films & Television are busy at work on two new productions, one on the lives of treehoppers in Ecuador in the science/adventure 1 x 1-hour or 2 x 1-hour doc, Mini-Monsters of Amazonia, and the other on the impact of animated characters that have left their mark on pop culture. Stay Tooned is a 13 x 30-minute live-action factual entertainment series and will be internationally distributed by Breakthrough, while Mini-Monsters is a coproduction with Mona Lisa Productions in association with the CBC and will be distributed by both Breakthrough and Marathon France.

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