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Frantic Films rebrands Red Apple

Winnipeg-based prodco Frantic Films, which acquired Toronto-based prodco Red Apple Entertainment in December 2008, is pulling Red Apple under its banner, so all products across both companies will now carry the Frantic Films name. Frantic's CEO Jamie Brown says the rebrand will offer a clearer identity to clients and further integrate the two operations. This rebrand follows the company's recent acquisition of the international rights to the library of prodco The Eyes.
January 20, 2010

Winnipeg-based prodco Frantic Films, which acquired Toronto-based prodco Red Apple Entertainment in December 2008, is pulling Red Apple under its banner, so all products across both companies will now carry the Frantic Films name. Frantic’s CEO Jamie Brown says the rebrand will offer a clearer identity to clients and further integrate the two operations. This rebrand follows the company’s recent acquisition of the international rights to the library of prodco The Eyes.

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