CGI Animated Movie ‘The Super Elfkins,’ Budgeted at $9.7 Million, Boarded by Sola Media (EXCLUSIVE)

Sola Media has boarded CGI animated movie “The Super Elfkins” as sales agent and will unveil first footage at the European Film Market in Berlin.

The film, which has a budget of Euros 9 million ($9.7 million), will be released in Germany in December 2024 by Tobis Film. It is a sequel to “The Elkfins – Baking a Difference,” which was sold to more than 200 countries worldwide, and won best feature film at Giffoni Film Festival.

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In the new film, the world of the Elfkin girl Elfie is turned upside down when she discovers a technologically advanced Elfkin gang that surpasses her clan in fun and excitement. Can Elfie’s friendship with Bo, the youngest member of the rival gang, bridge the gap between the Elfkin clans that have been apart for over 250 years?

Solveig Langeland, managing director of Sola Media, said: “With a budget of Euros 9 million and enchanting character designs, this animation feature invites audiences into the world of our secret little helpers, packed with more gadgets, action, and excitement than ever before. We anticipate unveiling the first glimpses of Elfie and her new companion, Bo, and believe this story about two Elfkin clans meeting after many years of separation will inspire audiences worldwide.”

The director is Ute von Münchow-Pohl, whose credits include “Rabbit Academy,” “The Elfkins – Baking a Difference,” “Rabbit School” and “Raven the Little Rascal.” The art director is Heiko Henschel, who is known for his work on “The Amazing Maurice,” “Oooops 2” and “Rabbit Academy.” The animation director is Juan Jose Bravo, who worked on “Deep” and “Animal Crackers.”

The film is being produced by Akkord Film and co-produced by Arx Anima and SERU Animation, which already worked with Sola Media on “Rabbit Academy.” Tobis is also a co-producer.

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