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'Find Me in Paris' Takes on Italy

'Find Me in Paris' Takes on Italy

Federation Kids & Family will work with Planeta Junior for licensing its tween live action series “Find Me in Paris” for the Italian market.

Planeta Junior will take on the licensing rights to the series revolving around music, ballet and modern dance. A first key book deal has already been signed with Milan-based publisher Mondadori, which will launch in 2019.

“We are thrilled to have a brand of such high standard to work with,” says Simone Fenu, country manager, Italy, Planeta Junior. “The high production budget, on-location filming in Paris and the Opera Garnier, and the world-class choreography, have made this a compelling brand across all categories. We are really proud to work side-by-side with a top entertainment company like Cottonwood.”

“With major licensing partners in France and Germany already working on a strong merchandise program ranging from books and magazines, to bedding, fashion, toys and stationery, we have no doubt ‘Find Me in Paris’ will become a hot and fashionable property in Italy,” says David Michel, managing director, Federation Kids & Family. “We are delighted to benefit from Planeta Junior’s licensing experience, and we’re fully committed to working with the best licensees in the Italian market to build ‘Find Me in Paris’ into a long term franchise.”

Now in its second season, “Find Me in Paris” launched on the Disney Channel Italy in November 2018, alongside a worldwide debut on platforms across the globe including: NBC Universal Kids and HULU (U.S.), Nickelodeon (U.K.), France Télévisions and Disney (both in France), ZDF (Germany), ABC (Australia) and VRT (Belgium), among others.

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