Singapore’s Tiny Island to work on Cartoon Network Asia’s BEN 10 CG Feature

By AMRITA VALECHA | 23 August, 2011 - 12:30

Non-stereoscopic and stereoscopic-3D versions of first CGI Ben 10 feature to be produced by Singapore studio.
Tiny Island Productions, Singapore’s leading Stereoscopic 3D CG animation production company, today announced that they are working with renowned American director Victor Cook and Silas Hickey, Creative Director for Animation, Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific, Inc.on the production of both non-stereoscopic and stereoscopic-3D versions of Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens, a 66 minute television movie written by Marty Isenberg, slated for premiere in 2012 on Cartoon Network globally.

The first sneak peek of Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens was revealed to fans at San Diego’s Comic-Con 2011 last month. “The opportunity to work on a project based on such a famous Cartoon Network franchise such as Ben 10 has been an amazing and challenging experience for our production team,” commented David Kwok, CEO of Tiny Island Productions.

“Using computer graphics to bring visual effects and characters to life enhances the highly action-adventure driven nature of the Ben 10 property. The addition of stereoscopic-3D depth will create another new experience for fans of the well-loved franchise.”

“Tiny Island Productions is one of Asia’s leading animation studios and it has been great working alongside such talented CG animation experts who have become an extension of the Cartoon Network Asia team,” said Hickey. “Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens continues the Cartoon Network promise to animate kids’ lives and is set to bring this successful franchise to an awesome new level.”

Ben 10, created by Man of Action (Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, Duncan Rouleau, Steve Seagle), has been a Cartoon Network hit internationally, spawning a highly successful global merchandise line. The property was first launched as a 2D television series in 2006 and has continued to expand into multiple series and features.