LoveLove Films are currently in development with Bottle Island, a fun and fast-paced 2D / 3D mixed-media edutainment preschool adventure series that encourages young children to care for their planet by reinforcing themes such as conservation, preservation and the issues surrounding plastic pollution.
The series follows a group of quirky friends as they work together to try and save the island from the rubbish that washes up on the shore. Through their eco-adventures, the characters discover the wonders and perils of the world around them.
Using characters from the series, LoveLove Films produced a short, educational animation with the United Nations for World Environment Day 2018 highlighting the importance of combating plastic pollution for children, and the everyday ways in which they can stop plastic pollution around the world. Read our Case Study to find out more.
Running Time: 11 minutes
Ergle & Anne’s Unplanned Land Band
When Ergle and Anne’s family are thrust back into the 21st century by a mistake from their foolish time manager father in the 26th century, they try and do whatever it takes to fit in, even if that does mean forming a band with the “prehistoric” instruments they find; an odd shaped box with strings that makes a twanging noise called a guitar, and a zebra themed rectangle called a keyboard that can make sounds reminiscent of the future they have unwillingly left behind. Ergle and Anne comment on the world around them through witty dialogue and absurd songs in this musical-comedy series that comes straight from the future.
Running Time: 22 minutes
Pop Paper City
Pop Paper City is a vibrant 3D craft show with adventure, set in a place where dreams can become reality. The series focuses on a group of unique friends who live at Pop Paper City, the capital of the stunning and endlessly peculiar paper world. Each episode, the characters in Pop Paper City find a new way to have fun together by creating new parts of their already impressive world. Live action sequences within the show teach children how to make the paper creations along with the characters, encouraging ‘doing as well as viewing’.
Running Time: 5 minutes
Sprongles are the endlessly inquisitive robotic little creatures that live in the walls and floors of the Space Mission Ship, a spacecraft which goes on interplanetary missions. The Sprongles are characterized by their unique language, which consists of babble and gibberish, and they are always unintentionally causing havoc on the spacecraft, whether it’s by snooping, getting in the way or tampering with something on the ship. Through their adventures, the characters learn how to work together and discover how and why things work along the way.
Running Time: 5 minutes