Colorado based animation studio Grand Design Productions is collaborating with San Diego’s PassmoreLab to add 3D production to two of Grand Design Production’s Starfish Cove CGI animated films. Utilizing PassmoreLab’s proprietary technology, the Starfish Cove films Never Trust a Krum and Da’ Codfather will be released for the first time in stereoscopic 3D for broadcast and distribution on 3D platforms around the world. Featuring state-of-the-art CGI animation, contemporary themes, powerful music and a cast of memorable characters, Starfish Cove delivers a fun-filled, family-friendly, 3D underwater entertainment experience for audiences of all ages.
“We are very excited about collaborating with PassmoreLab,” says John Douglas, founder and CEO of Grand Design Productions. “Being a pioneer and innovator in stereoscopic technology, they are natural partners for such a project and a company we can rely on to provide the finest 3D production possible for our films.”
Displayed in a stunning stereoscopic format, Starfish Cove is an animated series featuring an all-starfish cast that includes Bloo, Zozo, Poog and Weedle. Officer Crabihan also plays a key role in the series maintaining a constant vigil over Bloo and the gang in an effort to protect them from the most loathsome, despicable predator to ever set foot on the ocean floor — the Krum! In Never Trust a Krum, the Krum tries to lure Bloo into his lair but his nefarious scheme is thwarted by the ever vigilant Officer Crabihan while in Da’ Codfather, Bloo and the gang rescue a small codfish and learn that “one good turn deserves another” when his uncle Vito “Da’ Codfather” Codlione repays the favor by pledging his eternal allegiance to the little starfish.