WINNIE-THE-POOH de Mike de Seve

The Winnie-The-Pooh you never knew! He’s funny and cute and a kid like you! By Emmy-nominated Mike de Seve.

Beyond Pooh Corner: Ten New Tales from the Hundred Acre Wood
by Mike de Seve
(via The Lennon-Ritchie Agency)

With a mad craving for honey and twisted logic that would make Douglas Adams scratch his head till it’s sore, Winnie-the-Pooh is a creature of great passion and terrible ideas. Too bad he’s the only one who can save his home and all his fuzzy friends. The Hundred-Acre Wood will be taken over by the biggest belching honey plant that the industrial revolution ever spawned, and in three days, Pooh’s pals will all be kicked out for big-hive development. Their only hope: prove they have the deed to the land. That’s no problem; the deed is right over there in the honeypot. Oh bother, where did Pooh put it? Detective Pooh decides to head to a beehive, but many many bee stings makes Pooh delirious. Ah, there’s the solution! The vast honeycombs he seesbefore him lead to … the future! A brand-new series of Pooh adventures to enthral old and new alike, by one of the minds behindi conic series like Angry Birds and Sesame Street.

Mike de Seve is an Emmy-nominated animation writer and director working in feature films and television. He is founder of Baboon Animation, acollective of some of the most accomplished animation writers in the US, with 31 Emmys among them and clients including Disney, Netflix,Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, and Warner Brothers. At DreamWorks, Mike was a script consultant on six films, including Madagascar (on which hewas also a sequence director), Shrek 2 and Shrek 3, and he co-wrote the original story, with Mark Osborne, for Monsters VS Aliens. At Paramount,Mike was a director and writer on the feature film Beavis and Butt-Head Do America. In Television, Mike has head-written for and/or directed suchiconic series as Angry Birds Toons, Sesame Street, Pocoyo and Saturday Night Live, and for numerous major clients such as Disney, WarnerBros., Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon and DreamWorks He’s lately focused on applying his company’s skills and relationships toward progressivecauses – such as the launch of Baboon Animation Africa, integrating BIPOC talent into the industry, and addressing climate change with fun kids’content.

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