Mondo's World Characters have been tested with over 1.000.000 kinds in Brazil.
TV Series  

   
  What came before the beginning? What will happen after the end? We will never know all of the answers… But we will never stop asking questions… And telling stories.

About The Serie:
How Many :26x11minutes

Age:4-8/Lower School (Boys & Girls)

Bias:Edutainment

Inclination:Empowering / Culturally Diverse

Co-production:Looking for partners with experience that will make this a better show.

Distribution:Looking for world wide disctribution.

Contact:
André Breitman
andre@2dlab.com.br
(5521) 2533-6673
Pilots:
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Why the Kangaroo jumps on two legs?
Based on an Australian Aboriginal legend, Kids will learn Why the Kangaroo jumps on two legs. They will also learn that the Kangaroo is named Bora, will learn about the songs, instruments and body paint used by the Aborigines and even participate in a Corroboree a secret and sacred aboriginal ceremony.
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Where did the night come from?
Based on a creation myth of the Brazilian Indians, this story takes us back to the age of dreams, when objects had life and when the "Big Snake" - a terrible witch kept the Night locked inside a coconut. Directed by Andres Lieban for the "Mondo's Myths" series, this animation has a strong style inspired by the geometric designs of the clay artifacts made by the Brazilian Indians.

One Wonderful minute

"If a child can't learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn.”
(Ignacio Estrada)


About The Serie:
How Many :104x1minutes

Age:4-8/Lower School (Boys & Girls)

Bias:Edutainment

Inclination:Empowering / Culturally Diverse

Co-production:Looking for partners with experience that will make this a better show.

Distribution:Looking for world wide disctribution.

Contact:
André Breitman
andre@2dlab.com.br
(5521) 2533-6673
Pilots:
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The puffer fish
Just imagine if  you could triple your size every time a bully appeared!
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the chameleon
Can you imagine all the cool things you could do if you were like a chameleon?
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vaccines!
The superheros of the body.
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the tip of your tongue
Do you know why something tastes so good? - It’s because of your toungue!
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looking around
Our eyes are like windows. When light comes in it brings different images. That’s how we can see deferent shapes and colors.

 

About The Serie:
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Contact:
André Breitman
andre@2dlab.com.br
(5521) 2533-6673
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