Polish Animated Series Distributed in Over 60 Countries

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    WARSAW: The Polish animated series for children Agi Bagi produced by Badi Badi FX Studio, has been sold to over 60 countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, USA and most recently to Asia.

    Agi Bagi, a 13-episode animated series, is one of the most popular Polish productions of the genre sold internationally in the last couple of years. Badi Badi FX Studio produced the show in 2014 in coproduction with Zav And, Studio Spot, Animoon, National Audiovisual Institute and with co-financing from the Polish Film Institute. The series premiered in 2015 and since then has been successfully distributed in over 60 countries in Europe, Africa, Middle East and the USA.

    "Most recently Agi Bagi was sold to TV broadcasters in Asia including China, Vietnam, India and South Korea," Badi Badi FX Studio informed FNE.
    Agi Bagi follows the adventures of the residents of a planet that has two sides: Agi and Bagi. Its residents – Agingas and Bagingas - in a friendly way show each child how to join forces to solve many problems. Each episode tells a story about the environment and ecology, owing to that the little ones learn the most important things about our planet by playing.

    "The Agi Bagi series in a unique way conveys educational elements that are essential for the child's development, but are often overlooked in fairy tales for the youngest part of the audience," Badi Badi FX Studio told FNE.

    Tomasz Niedźwiedź, who is also the co-author of the script alongside Bartosz Słomka, directed the show. The producer of the show is Dominika Osak. In Poland the series is available on TVP ABC and Polsat Jim Jam, as well as online via ipla.tv, player.pl, strefabajek.pl, chilli.tv and YouTube. The first season has also been released on DVD.

    Badi Badi FX Studio is currently working on a second, 26-episode season of the show with a premiere date to be announced.