/ Discover over 20 animated projects /
Animoon is a producing company for animated series, and short and full-length animated films. We specialise in developments of animated projects, and create animated brands.
/ Production Company /
Animoon produces animated projects of high artistic and narrative quality, mainly based on original ideas.
Portfolio of the studio consists of short, and full-length animated films, and animated series, with projects dedicated to a wide audience – starting from the youngest, through teenage viewers, families and adults
Animoon works closely with executive producers who specialise in different animation techniques, thus the artistic variety of the studio’s portfolio. Animoon’s production are made thinking about viewers from Poland and from abroad. Each one of our projects is developed and promoted as a separate brand.
Animation helps to portray the world of imagination and make it understandable for others.
Animation helps to open oneself to the work of many talented people. It’s an incredibly inspiring field, focusing in itself so many creative careers.
Developments/ we enhance ideas /
Studio specialises in development of projects.
Commisioned, we can realise a thorough development process of animated projects, regardless the format. We work with experienced creators – screenwriters, script doctors, and authors of graphic delivering – designers of characters and illustrations. We develop the project, bringing it from the idea stage into production.
Smodo/ motion capture for dolls /
SMODO is an innovative stop-motion technology which connects the classic puppet animation with the newest ways of portraying movements. Using SMODO, instead of with a puppet, the animator works with its armature equipped in colourful markers. A special marker tracking system brings the armature pose into a 3D software, in which the armature is merged with a digital puppet model. In effect, on the computer screen the animation artist can see the whole puppet, just like in classic animation. SMODO technology guarantees cost-reduction, post-production stage shortening, and simplifying the work on the filmset. SMODO is also an innovative education tool. The technology idea originated with Grzegorz Wacławek, who is also responsible for it’s further development, together with Pelican Capture Sp. Z.o.o (Limited Liability Company).
Momsi/ app for the youngest /
MOMLI is a mobile app dedicated for the youngest kids in preschool age (3-6). The app gives access to animations and songs in english, all high quality content in graphic design, music and text. The app is accessible on smartphones and tablets, and guarantees safe-view access. Momli is supported by the Momli Vevo channel on YouTube, where all of the songs, trailers and some episodes will be published.
More informations about the MOMLI
SFA/ The Film Animation Association /
The Film Animation Association (SFA) was formed out of a strong passion combined with experience and knowledge, which we want to share with lovers of film animation. We wish to reach people of all ages for whom animation can be the beginning of an entirely new chapter in life.
Our mission is to educate and demonstrate the interdisciplinary nature of animation and the uniqueness of the artists that it brings together. Through workshops and meetings with outstanding screenwriters, illustrators, and animators, we offer insights into industry secrets and explain the ins and outs of the business.
The Film Animation Association
/ Meet the people behind the studio /
Grzegorz Wacławek is a producer and director of animated films, and a creator of the SMODO technology. He graduated from Animation at the department of Film Special Effects at the Polish National Film School in Łódź (PWSFTviT), and Graphic Design at The Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. He debuted with his film “Beyond the old age”, and worked next to two Oscar-award producers, Hugh Welchman and Gareth Unwin. Hugh Welchman had a huge impact on his creative producer path, which inspired him to establish Studio Animoon in 2013. Grzegorz is a co-founder and a member of the Polish Animation Producers Association (SPPA), where he took the chairman role for two cadences.
Piotr Szczepanowicz is a director, screenwriter and a producer of animated films. He graduated from the University of Opole and the Polish National Film School in Łódź.
He worked cooperating during many animated film projects such as “Peter and the Wolf”, “The lost town of Świteź”, “The Magic Piano” or “Zienegort”. Currently, he is post-production supervisor Mariusz Wilczyński’s full-length “Kill it, and leave this town”. He also worked doing multimedia (Underground Square Central Museum in Krakow, Museum of WWII in Gdańsk, Centennial Hall in Wrocław) and advertising productions. In years 2014-2016 he worked in the Polish Film Institute as an expert. Together with Małgorzata Więckowicz-Żyła, he is an author of the full-length film script “Moomins and the Winter Wonderland”, and series such as “Toru SuperFox”, “Sol and Liv” and “Town called Mamoko”.
Zofia Jaroszuk graduated from Film and Culture Management Studies at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow.
Between 2010-2014 she worked in the Krakow Film Foundation on projects Polish Shorts and Polish Animations, dedicated to promotion of Polish movies abroad. Between January 2015 and June 2016, she worked as a coordinator in the Polish Animation Producers Association (SPPA). She’s part of Animoon since 2015, where she works as a producer and production manager during the projects of short and full-length animation films and series.
Karolina Sendecka is a production manager.
She graduated from the Film Art Organisation Production department in the Polish National Film School of Łódź. As a production manager and a set manager she worked on short and full-length films, and advertisements. In Animoon she is responsible for two series – “Adventures of Stanisław from Łódź” based on the drawings of Marek Raczkowski, and “ Proffesor Frolic”, based on the comic stripes of Zbigniew Lengren.
Karolina Barciszewska is a production manager.
She graduated from SGH Warsaw School of Economics and Polish National Film School in Łódź. Between 2011 and 2016 she was working professionally within marketing field. Her career in film production took off in Warsaw-based Koi Studio where she’s collaborated on short and feature-length films. Production work gives her a lot of satisfaction and joy. At Animoon she overlooks the production of „How I become Supervillain” by Krzysztof Ostrowski – among others and collaborates on several other projects.
Animoon Sp. z o.o.
ul. Chmielna 24/24
NIP 525 256 11 66
Sąd Rejonowy dla m.st. Warszawy w Warszawie,
XII Wydział Gospodarczy Krajowego Rejestru Sądowego
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