Prana Studios

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Prana Studios
Type Private
Industry Visual effects, CGI animation
Founded 2005
Headquarters United States, India
Website Prana Studios

Prana Studios, Inc. is an American computer animation and visual effects company, founded in 2005 in Los Angeles, USA, with a wholly owned subsidiary in Mumbai, India.[1][2]

Prana's first computer-animated feature work, on the The Weinstein Company feature Hoodwinked!, was released in 2005.

In 2006, The Weinstein Company launched new series of direct-to-video CG feature length films called Unstable Fables - they were produced amongst others, by The Jim Henson Company and Prana Studios.[3] The first released was 3 Pigs and a Baby, the second released was Tortoise vs. Hare and third released was The Goldilocks and the 3 Bears Show.

Prana produces stories and CG imagery for US domestic, international and Indian domestic Bollywood markets, including Koochie Koochie Hota Hai for Dharma Productions,[4] as well as the upcoming computer-animated film adaptation of the children's book Punk Farm for MGM.

On March 29, 2013, Prana Studios affiliate 34x118 Holdings, LLC won the bidding of Rhythm and Hues in a bankruptcy auction against other visual effects/CGI animation studios, Prime Focus and Brave Vision. Another contender, Psyop, was eliminated early in the process.[5] The sale was "valued at about $30 million."[6]

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