Prana Studios

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Prana Studios, Inc. is an American computer animation and visual effects company, founded in 2005 in Los Angeles, United States, with a wholly owned subsidiary in Mumbai, India.

Prana Studios' investors include Reliance Industries and Mahindra Group.[1]

Prana Studios was founded in April 2003 by Arish Fyzee, Kristin Dornig and Pankaj Gunsagar.[2] In 2003, Prana opened its Mumbai office.[3]

In 2008, The Weinstein Company launched a series of direct-to-video CG feature-length films called Unstable Fables - they were produced amongst others, by The Jim Henson Company and Prana Studios.[2] The first released was 3 Pigs and a Baby, the second released was Tortoise vs. Hare and third and final released was The Goldilocks and the 3 Bears Show.

Prana produces stories and CG imagery for US domestic, international and Indian domestic Bollywood markets, including Kuch Kuch Hota Hai for Dharma Productions,[4] as well as the upcoming French animated film Why I Did (Not) Eat My Father.

On March 29, 2013, Prana Studios affiliate 34x118 Holdings, LLC won the bidding of Rhythm and Hues Studios in a bankruptcy auction against other visual effects/CGI animation studios, Prime Focus and Brave Vision. Another contender, Psyop, was eliminated early in the process.[5] The sale was "valued at about $30 million."[6]

In the Late Fall of 2017, A Little Curious has competed to try for Lost, Found, Hit while the aftermarket of HBO.

This page was last edited on 16 July 2018, at 09:48 (UTC).
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