Pentamedia Graphics

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Pentamedia Graphics

Pentamedia is a pioneer in software & digital media in Asia . The main activities are projects, products, consultancy & training in software & digital media.

The company has created numerous animated features, both traditionally and computer-animated, and once employed as many as 2000 employees. However, in the past few years they have laid off all but 200.

Pandavas: The Five Warriors received National Film Award for Best Feature Film in English in 2000.[1]Alibabba,[2]Son of Aladdin(Released as Mustafa and the Magician),[3]Legend of buddha[4] and Gulliver's Travels[5][6] were shortlisted for Academy Award for Best Animated Feature but were not able to get a nomination

Animated feature films[edit]

Title Release date Director(s) Notes
Sinbad: Beyond the Veil of Mists 18 February 2000 Alan Jacobs
Evan Ricks
co-produced with Improvision Corporation
First feature length computer animation film created exclusively using Motion Capture
Pandavas: The Five Warriors 23 December 2000 Ushaganesarajah National Film Award for Best Feature Film in English
Alibaba 26 July 2002 Ushaganesarajah co-produced with Ivory Films
Son of Aladdin 29 August 2003 Singeetam Srinivasa Rao International title "Mustafa and the Magician"
The Legend of Buddha 22 October 2004 Shamboo Falke
Gulliver's Travel 23 December 2005 Anita Udeep
Jai Vigneshwara TBD

Announced Projects[edit]

  • Laika in Space
  • Tarzan and Aliens
  • Sinbad & the Secret Colonis

Special effects in Live-action Films[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Raveena Tandon and Anil Kapoor bag National Awards". Retrieved 2009-01-05.
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  5. ^ Beck, Jerry. "The Animated Movie Guide: U.S. Theatrical Releases: 2005-2009". Retrieved 2009-01-05.
  6. ^ "Anita Udeep: From Hollywood with dreams". IndiaGlitz. 2008-04-23. Retrieved 2009-01-05.
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