Toonbox is a Russian animation studio founded in Russia. It is currently based in Cyprus.

Toonbox
FoundedMay 5, 2008; 16 years ago (2008-05-05) (Moscow, Russia)
Headquarters
Key people
  • Pavel Muntyan (CEO)
  • Vladimir Ponomarev (CCO)
Websitewww.toonbox.studio

History change

The studio was founded in 2008, by Pavel Muntyan (CEO) and Vladimir Ponomarev (CCO).

Animated Shows change

Production year Title Episodes Seasons Director Scriptwriter
2008-2009 The Real Adventures of Belka and Strelka 6 1 Владимир Пономарёв Comedy Club
2009-2012 Russian Short Fairy-Tales 36 2 Andrey Bakhurin Andrey Bakhurin, Valentin Vinogradov, Inga Kirkizh
2009-2019 Mr. Freeman 32 2 Vladimir Ponomarev Pavel Muntyan, Anatoly Dobrozhan, Vadim Demchog, Ivan Trofimov
2010 The Bump 3 1 Arthur Merkulov Anatoly Dobrozhan
2012-2018 Qumi-Qumi 15 1 Владимир Пономарёв Владимир Пономарёв, Павел Мунтян, Станислав Михайлов, Артур Меркулов, Дмитрий Горбунов, Алексей Минченок, Владимир Афанасьев, Алексей Котёночкин, Олег Ужинов, Наталья Румянцева
2017 Qumi-Qumi 360 VR 4 1 Vladimir Ponomarev Vladimir Ponomarev, Pavel Muntyan
2010-2013 Shaman's Quest (1st season) 12 1 Arthur Merkulov Arthur Merkulov
2011-2012 The Fixies (partly in 2D) 7 1 Vladimir Ponomarev Aeroplan studio
2011-2014 Om Nom Stories 28 3 Arthur Merkulov, Dmitry Gorbunov Stanislav Mikhailv[1] Mike de Seve,[2] Jymn Magon,[3] Susan Kim,[4] Anne D. Bernstein [5]
since 2020 Bobby and the Bubble Bunch TBA TBA Vladimir Ponomarev Michael Mennies [1]

Animated short films change

  • The Hero as the Rock, 2010, directed by Alexandr Svirsky
  • Word and Words, 2010, directed by Alexandr Svirsky
  • The Magic Pot, 2010, directed by Andrey Bahurin
  • Onotole, 2010, directed by Dmitry Gorbunov, Artur Merkulov
  • Chepurnas, 2012, directed by Alexandr Svirsky

Awards change

  • Vinnician Festival, 2008, for the animated movie The Real Adventures of Belka and Strelka [6]
  • Russian Flash Awards', 2009, for the animated movie Three Acrobat Brothers (Best Animation) [7]
  • Open Russian Festival of Animated Film, 2010, for the animated movie The History Could Have Gone Differently (Best Applied Animation) [8]
  • On April 15, 2010 Mr. Freeman was awarded as the best video blog at the international Weblog competition The Best of Blogs in Berlin[9]
  • VI Multimatograph, 2010, for the series Shaman’s Quest (Grand Prix of the festival) [10]
  • Open Russian Festival of Animated Film, 2012, for the animated movie The Berry Pie (Best Kids’ Movie) [11]
  • X Moscow Festival of Native Movies, 2012, for the movie The Berry Pie (Audience Award) [12]
  • XXIV Animation Festival in Suzdal, 2019, for Qumi-Qumi series in an updated format (2D and 3D)

Other websites change

References change

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Michael Mennies".
  2. "Mike de Seve".
  3. "Jymn Magon".
  4. "Susan Kim".
  5. "Anne D. Bernstein".
  6. "IІ Между Народный ВИННИЦианский фестиваль комедийного и пародийного кино. - Ха-Ха-Ха".
  7. Team, RFA. "RFA Crisis: Russian Flash Awards".
  8. "Открытый Российский фестиваль анимационного кино - Архив - Архивный фестиваль - Итоги". Archived from the original on 2016-04-11.
  9. "В число лучших блогов в мире вошли три русскоязычных дневника".
  10. "Мультиматограф VI: Победители и призы".
  11. "Открытый Российский фестиваль анимационного кино - Архив - Архивный фестиваль - Итоги". Archived from the original on 2016-04-12. Retrieved 2022-05-29.
  12. "Московская премьера". 8 February 2013. Archived from the original on 8 February 2013.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)