Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales

Hans Christian Andersen is celebrated for his great fairytales and stories. His books have been published in 145 different languages. This series of his most popular fairy tales is produced in celebration of the 200th anniversary of his birth. One of the locations for the recordings of the famous fairytales is the monastery of Borglum in the Northern part of Denmark, where Hans Christian Andersen himself once lived. The fairytales come alive through magnificent puppet theatre and narration, exactly as they have been told when the great storyteller was alive. The series feature 20 fairytales including The Ugly Duckling, The Little Match Girl, The Emperors New Clothes and many other beautiful stories. Click here to see the trailer!  
Running Time: 20 Episodes Various Minutes Genre: Live Action

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Film and Television

Markets and Festivals

These are the film and television festivals and markets we attend in order to market our films and series, meet with our buyers and look for potential acquisition opportunities.

Close to each event we will publish our screenings and meetings schedule for potential availability.

  • American Film Market
  • Cannes Film Festival
  • European Film Market
  • Hong Kong Filmart
  • KidScreen Summit
  • NATPE Budapest
  • NATPE Miami
  • Toronto International Film Festival