About Polygon Pictures
Polygon Pictures (PPI) is a digital animation and digital content studio in Japan. In addition to long-form, fully CG television series, PPI creates digital animation for films, video games, exhibitions, websites, and smart devices. PPI also manages licensing for its studio's original character properties.
Latest Polygon Pictures News
May 4, 2023
Nelvana strikes development deal with Polygon Pictures on Japanese animation Bakugan: Armoured Alliance Nelvana, the Canadian distributor and producer behind Max & Ruby and Franklin, has struck a development deal with Japanese Knights Of Sidonia studio Polygon Pictures. The deal will see the two companies partner on the creation of original Japanese animated children’s programming, which draws inspiration from existing legacy content as well as new IP. Founded in 1983, digital animation studio Polygon Pictures has meanwhile worked on titles including Knights Of Sidonia, multiple Transformers series, Star Wars Resistance, Stillwater and Pingu in the City. Assisting Nelvana and Polygon with the new venture is veteran animation expert Rika Sasaki, who has experience managing Japanese IP for global export from her previous roles at d-rights Inc., ADK Emotion and Shogakukan-Shueisha Productions. Colin Bohm, EVP of content and corporate strategy for Corus Entertainment said the partnership would seek to uncover “the next big global hit” and praised Polygon as “a truly innovative and creative studio”. Shuzo Shiota, president of Polygon Pictures, added: “Over the past 10 plus years, Doug Murphy, president and CEO of Corus Entertainment, Colin, and I have had many impassioned discussions about how we can synergise our strengths, to create global hits out of properties originating from Japan. With the help of Rika, I believe the time is finally ripe to achieve this goal.”
Polygon Pictures Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Polygon Pictures founded?
Polygon Pictures was founded in 1983.
Where is Polygon Pictures's headquarters?
Polygon Pictures's headquarters is located at 1F Daiwa Azabu Terrace, Tokyo.
What is Polygon Pictures's latest funding round?
Polygon Pictures's latest funding round is Corporate Minority.
Who are the investors of Polygon Pictures?
Investors of Polygon Pictures include GREE.
Who are Polygon Pictures's competitors?
Competitors of Polygon Pictures include Chowa Giken and 4 more.
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