Friday, October 11, 2013

The DreamVision Company Wants to Be the Next Pixar

The DreamVision Company on Target to Re-Define Family Entertainment Landscape Globally. The Next Disney/Pixar?

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Industry leaders are tracking the family entertainment market radar as The DreamVision Company continues to mark strategic territory within the lucrative CGI animation space with their proprietary and envied emotionally driven process and expansive family brand.

In a calculated move earlier this year, DVC mass released a family friendly short entitled "Hooked" into the respective marketplace that has now garnered nearly 30 million unprecedented viral views and international awards securing a strong and vocal following globally. It appears that DreamVision is on target to redefine the family entertainment and animation marketplace with content that is designed to fill an obvious void with an audience that is clamoring for what DVC is offering.

The highly valued Fort Worth/Orlando and South Africa based company shook the platform in June with the announcement of an array of clear brand based development including full length CGI musical motion pictures, live action dramas, animated and live action television series/specials, theatrical & music productions and ground breaking theme park resort development domestically and internationally.

Under the direction of CEO & Chairman Rick Silanskas and former Executive Vice President of Entertainment for Disney Worldwide, Ron Logan, DreamVision encompasses one of the most sought after and powerful classic teams in family entertainment. Logan was also the founder and first President of Disney Theatrical (Beauty and the Beast) and inducted as a Disney Legend in 2007.

DVC corporate representatives have confirmed that the highly anticipated newest generation of The DreamVision Company proprietary CGI Animation will be strategically revealed in the upcoming short "Unsung Hero" scheduled for release during the 4th quarter 2013.

The DreamVision Company will maintain operations in Florida in cooperation with their new global headquarters in Texas and animation division in South Africa.

No comments:

Post a Comment