Tata Sky introduces World’s finest kid’s films with ‘Kids’ Showcase’
Over 40 national & international films catering to children of age 4 to 14 years
Mumbai, 22 May, 2016: Tata Sky, pioneer of innovative services in the DTH industry, will be launching an exclusive array of kids-based cinema from multiple countries with the launch of Tata Sky Kids' Showcase service.
Launched on 21st May, Kids' Showcase features films from across the globe; including Denmark, Norway, France, Japan, Russia, Czech Republic, Finland, United Kingdom and United States of America apart from Indian movies. The bouquet of over 40 kids film on Kids' Showcase will feature Indian, English, foreign feature & short films.
Paolo Agostinelli, Chief Content & Business Development Officer, Tata Sky said, "With Kids' Showcase, Tata Sky aims to create an opportunity for our kids to enjoy some unique, mostly unseen, high quality content, coming with different perspectives from India and around the world. Not just as some fun times, this could be an opportunity for them to share some quality time with their parents, hopefully stimulating reflections and discussions around a broad range of beautiful, diverse and meaningful stories."
Children can look forward to an exciting mix of award winning and nominated films, features and shorts from renowned studios such as Celluloid Dreams, Ghibli, Trust Nordisk, Folimage, Entertainment One and many more. Some of the movies acquired for the platform are The Nut Job, Labrinthus, Giraffada, Secret of Kells, Gattu, Jalpari, La Cage and many more.
This new showcase service will air children's films selected with the help of eminent children's content curator, Monica Wahi, who is the founder of South Asian Children's Cinema Forum and curated kids content at festivals such as The Mumbai Film Festival.
Kids Showcase will run movies all day back-to-back and children can watch what they like on both the television and the Tata Sky Mobile App. With a bouquet of 21 kids channels, and 4 unique interactive services, Tata Sky has been continuously bolstering offerings for children.