Osa Estudio

Maria Rosario Carlino

Director
rcarlino@osaestudio.com.ar
+54 351 4644330
www.osaestudio.com.ar

Profile – Argentine Animation Catalogue

 

Animation Studio based in Córdoba, Argentina, dedicated to the development and production of original IP’s for TV and Cinema.

Estudio de Animación radicado en Córdoba, Argentina, dedicado al desarrollo y la producción de contenidos originales para TV y CINE.

Produced Titles

– Anton (TV Series, 2012)
– Renata, Nazareno y el Mundo de los Sentimientos (TV series, 2014)
– Jardin Movil (Tv Series, 2015)
– ¿Me lo Puedo Quedar? (Pilot TV Series, 2018)

 

Current projects looking for coproduction

Anton and the Strange World

TV Series – 13 x 7 min.
Status: In development
Tecnique: Stop motion
Director: Maria Rosario Carlino
Animation: Agustín Touriño, Juliana Gal
Script: María Rosario Carlino, Matías Ferreyra
Technique: Stop Motion
Genre: Fantasy / Adventure
Target: 5 to 7 years old

Budget: USD 350.000
Secured Budget: 5%
Financing: Polo Audiovisual Cordoba, Incaa, Pakapaka

Looking for: Coproducers / Distributors / Sales Agents

ANTON is a blue boy who has a particular way of interpreting the things that happen to him: the questions he asks himself, his little everyday problems, find amazing answers in a Strange World which is just one step away.
The GIANT WOMAN, her goofy aunt, and SELVA, a girl who knows how to float, will be his adventure companions: Together they will meet mysterious talking animals, they will rescue monsters at risk, and they will face dubious enemies.

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Can I keep him?

Series – 13 x 3 min. + 13 x 1 min.
Status: Production
Directors: Patricia Gualpa
Animator: Juliana Gal
Writters: Julieta Secco, Mara Arrieta
Technique: Digital Cut Out
Genre: Animated Documentary
Target: Adults

Budget: USD 120.000
Secured Budget: 50%
Financing: Polo Audiovisual Córdoba

Looking for: Co producers, sales agents, distributors, web platforms

Synopsis: A dog named Shakira, a lonely actor, a dog that sees ghosts, a photographer named “cat”, a cat that reads classics… These are stories of animals and humans, and how meeting each other changed their lives. The narrative is built from both perspectives -human and animal- mixing documentary, fantasy, humor and drama.

Teaser

 

Steps to Fly

ShortFilm – 6 min.
Status: In Development
Director: Nicolas Conte
Animation: Nicolás Conte
Script: Nicolas Conte, María Rosario Carlino
Technique: Stop Motion
Genre: Drama
Target: Kids 6 to 8 years old

Budget: USD 58.000
Looking for: Co-producers, pre-sales

Storyline: Locked up in a room that has an awning window, a Bird teaches a Little Bird how to fly, even if he has no wings. The appearance of a mysterious black book will ruin his plans, and reveal to Little Bird an unexpected possibility to escape.