6th November 2018 - Comments Off on

My Father's Dragon
Netflix have just announced  new slate of animated event programming for kids and families around the world.

The six all-new projects together with Netflix’s previously announced titles now comprise a slate that features a variety of animation styles - including CG (Kris Pearn’s The Willoughbys), 2D (Nora Twomey’s My Father’s Dragon), and stop-motion (Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio). The programming is designed to meet the tastes of every member of the family - from preschoolers (Rajiv Chilaka’s Mighty Little Bheem) to kids (Craig McCracken’s Kid Cosmic) to parents and their children together (Jorge Gutierrez’ Maya and the Three) - so that families everywhere can find something that fits their unique DNA.

"To have the kind of creative encouragement Netflix are providing is an incredible opportunity for our filmmaking team. We are all so excited to bind our skills together and begin My Father’s Dragon." Nora Twomey, Director.

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15th June 2018 - Comments Off on Cartoon Saloon Twitter

Cartoon Saloon Twitter

We have been having issues with our Twitter account at the moment and as you will probably notice its nowhere to be found on the twitterverse. We are working on getting it back up and running and we ask that you bear with us at this time. We will update you again through our other social media platforms if anything changes.

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22nd May 2018 - Comments Off on The Breadwinner Exhibition has opened

The Breadwinner Exhibition has opened

We are so delighted to share with you The Breadwinner Exhibition which opened on May 12th and will run until July 29th 2018.

The exhibition is an interactive experience drawing its inspiration from the Oscar Nominated film and best selling novel from Deborah Ellis.

It has some original artwork from the film as well as a paper cutout space where you can create your own characters and artwork.

It is hosted by Butler Gallery which is located in the basement of Kilkenny Castle and is open from 10am to 5.30pm daily. Entrance is free to everyone.

Film by Allen Kiely Photography