ithinkasia completed ten episodes of animation for the internationally distributed animation series, Joe & Jack. We also delivered online episodes for the complete series to international networks.
From the creators: Joe and Jack follows the exciting adventures of two best friends – a four-year-old boy named Joe and his cat Jack. Joe and Jack have the biggest imaginations and their days are filled with all sorts of comic adventures as they get into and out of trouble.
Producer, Villi Ragnarsson: "Most of the animation of the 39 seven minute episodes was in the very capable hands of ithinkasia and was delivered to the highest of international standards".
Produced by Dancing Girl Productions, Maeve McAdam, Villi Ragnarsson.
Directed by Jeremy Purcell.
"Good Lord, you can't even have a tree on your property anymore."
From the creators: the Neighbours is a two minute short film that tells the story of an elderly frog trying to find out who Scott Carrier is and why this tom cat is sitting oh so very high up in his tree, and how in the lord's name will he get him down.
Produced by A Man & Ink / ithinkasia.
Directed by Johnathon Peavoy.
Funan, the New People is ithinkasia's first co-production and is set for release at Annecy 2018. We are incredibly proud to have our Cambodian artists provide service work on this animated feature and to co-produce with studios in France, Belgium and Luxembourg. This film is Cambodia's first co-produced animated feature film.
2017 was a big year for our artists with credits on two internationally distributed feature films. We're honoured to have worked on Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles, an amazing film with beautiful art direction. A great credit for both our artists and studio.
The Khmer Smile is a tri-partite co-production between France, Italy and Cambodia.
For the first Singapore-Cambodia collaborated feature film, ithinkasia facilitated casting, crew and equipment hire.
From the creators: inspired by real events and set against the backdrop of Phnom Penh’s sex trafficking industry, the gritty and dramatic thriller “3.50” tells the story of a brash documentary filmmaker who ventures into the dark underbelly of Cambodia’s virginity trade to rescue a young girl taken from her village and sold into prostitution.
The multi-layered story crosses the narrative threads of a disgraced doctor, a foreign journalist, a taxi-driver, a street peddler, and a prostitute, as they navigate the socio-economic tensions that allow poverty and other social anxieties to flourish and is the first co-produced feature film between Singapore and Cambodia, involving cast and crew from both countries.
Set and filmed in modern-day Phnom Penh, the city stands as a microcosm of silent prayers and shattered dreams where disparate individuals are tormented by their conscience in desperate circumstances.
Produced for insurance giant Manulife, this TVC was directed by Malaysian Director Andy Mak. The ithinkasia crew wrapped this shoot in one day with three locations.
Working with a locally based agency, ithinkasia provided post production services for local telco Smart along with the subsequent campaign TVC's. This included both 3D and 2D animation.
Content is king! At ithinkasia we provide co-production finance models for animated feature films and also create original content from script to screen.
ithinkasia was commissioned by the 'Olympic Channel' to produce a children's documentary on Cambodian athlete Sorn Seavmey. The episode was a mix of live action and 2D animation and was completed entirely in ithinkasia's Phnom Penh studio.