Gang of Seven Animation, headed by animation industry veteran Tom Tataranowicz, has announced a new $100m Animation Film Fund in partnership with the Chinese Government.
One of the first films slated to be financed through the fund is a re-boot of the 90’s popular animated television series and merchandising phenomenon, Biker Mice from Mars, which was successfully syndicated around the world and ran from 1992-1996 and again with new episodes in 2006-2007.
Gang of Seven (G-7 Animation) is a long established artist run studio. With a membership roster of such animation industry notables as Rich Arons, Dennis Venizelos, Bob Kline, Rik Maki, Bernie Wrightson, Dick Sebast and other accomplished associates. They collectively have over 20 Emmys amongst them. Recently, they have completed pre-production on their theatrical feature length CGI animated The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus, based on the classic book by L. Frank Baum, author of The Wizard of Oz.