March Entertainment is a Canadian producer of digital animated entertainment for television and the World Wide Web. The company's properties include the television series Chilly Beach, Maple Shorts, Yam Roll and Dex Hamilton.
Founded in 1996 as a producer of web content, March Entertainment's Chilly Beach Flash animation series would be broadcast on CBC Television starting in 2003. The property also yielded two movies, The World is Hot Enough and The Canadian President.
In 2007, the company co-produced the series Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist. The company also co-produced G2G, which aired on Australia's Nine Network in September 2008 and is currently airing on Canada's CBC-TV.
Currently, March is animating Mia and Me, an international co-production with Rainbow S.p.A., broadcaster ZDF and Lucky Punch. The show, which mixes live action and CGI animation, was the most requested program at 2010's MIPJunior conference.
March Entertainment is also responsible for the websites iLaugh and Edge of Toon.
- Chilly Beach (2003)
- Maple Shorts! (2005)
- The Very Good Adventures of Yam Roll in Happy Kingdom (2006)
- Uncle Joe's Cartoon Playhouse (2006)
- Chilly Beach: The World Is Hot Enough (2008)
- G2G: Got to Go! (2008)
- Chilly Beach: The Canadian President (2008)
- Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist (2009)
- Playmobil: The Secret of Pirate Island (2009)
- 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM. "Program Guide - Programs". CBC.ca. Retrieved 2012-01-04.
- "MARCH ENTERTAINMENT INC. | March Entertainment Co-Produces Full 3D movies for Playmobil". Newswire.ca. 2009-11-27. Retrieved 2012-01-04.
- TV (2010-10-06). "Mia and Me is MIP Jr.’s Most-Requested Show". Animation Magazine. Retrieved 2012-01-04.
- March Entertainment
- March Entertainment at the Internet Movie Database
- iLaugh.com - a broadband comedy portal
- Chilly Beach
- Yam Roll
- Edge of Toon
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