TV and web writer and Twitter personality Colm Tobin’s ‘Science Fiction’ animation series has been selected by the UK distribution firm Aardman at MIPCOM in Cannes.
The science-themed cartoon is aimed at eight to 12 year-olds and attempts teach science through the medium of comedy.
The series is currently airing on RTE and CBBC. Aardman is the distributor for popular shows like Wallace & Gromit and Shaun the Sheep.
‘Science Fiction’ is presented by young scientist Dr Sorcha Knowles alongside Professor Mike McCork and a supercomputer called Bud-E is used to dispel common myths surrounding.
It has been a good week for Irish content creators at MIPCOM in Cannes this week – yesterday Jam Media revealed that it will be createing 60 new jobs as part of an €8.5m investment after its TV series Roy was re-commissioned by the BBC.