(TORONTO, Canada- September 10, 2019) Sinking Ship Entertainment (SSE) is thrilled to announce that Dino Dana The Movie will screen at the 2019 GSCA International Trade Show and Conference. This is the first time Canada’s leading kids’ production, distribution and digital company will screen a title at the GSCA, showcasing its first film ever created for the museum market.
“Sinking Ship is very excited to bring Dino Dana The Movie to giant screens around the world. This new endeavor will allow fans of the Emmy Award-winning series to experience their favourite palaeontologist in training on a bigger scale than ever before,” says Marilyn Kynaston, Sinking Ship Head of Sales and Distribution for Europe. “We’re so excited to be moving into the giant screen space with our family friendly movies.”
Joining Kynaston at the GSCA will be Sinking Ships’ Manager of Museum and Non-Theatrical Sales, industry expert Jennifer Lee Hackett. Jennifer, who has experience ranging from the Smithsonian, National Geographic and nWave, will lead the sales of Dino Dana The Movie and its companion AR and VR experiences to museums, science centres and the attraction market.
A 42-minute version of the film will screen at IMAX Victoria in the Royal BC Museum on Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 9:50 am. The film will be available to the museum, science centre and attraction market starting June 2020.
For further information:
Amanda Fruci, Head of Communications
416.533.5172 Ext. 2258,
About Sinking Ship Entertainment
Sinking Ship Entertainment is an award-winning production, distribution and interactive company specializing in family and kids’ live action and CGI blended content. In 2019 they set their sights on growth and launched a new animation series division. Since opening its doors in 2004, Sinking Ship has produced over 500 hours of content, and through their globally recognized in-house distribution division, has sold to over 200 countries internationally. The company has rapidly earned a global reputation for high quality, groundbreaking original series and companion interactive experiences. Overall, Sinking Ship has won 17 Daytime Emmy® Awards and a variety of other international awards including Canadian Screen Awards, Youth Media Alliance Awards, Fan Chile Awards, Parents Choice Awards, the Shaw Rocket Prize, and the Prix Jeunesse International. In addition to production, Sinking Ship operates a cutting edge VFX and Interactive Studio, creating multi-platform digital experiences and interactive content for audiences around the world. The Toronto-based company is home to over 175 shipmates.
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