Animated sitcom Tweetville is premiered
It is a lively animated series by the Parovoz studio for family watching.
The new series by the creators of the popular animated projects Be-Be-Bears, Fantasy Patrol, Leo and Tig, Heroes of Envell and others is premiered on November 24 in the MOOLT app and from December 2 on Russian TV channels, including MULT and Carousel. The animated sitcom “Tweetville“, produced by the Parovoz studio with the support of the Ministry of Culture, describes cheerful everyday life of a large sparrow family. The series, directed by Anton Lanshakov, will appeal to any family with children. After all, you can find a little of yourself in each of the Tweets!
Director Anton Lanshakov:
«All of the cases in the animated series are based on real-life situations, on that stupid and ridiculous incidents which you want to forget from time to time. But it’s good that we’ve preserved them and created an episode or two from each. Sometimes poor experience is a good thing. Just don’t use these words as an excuse for hiding a birthday cake in a washing machine. “Tweetville” is a family sitcom about a large sparrow family. However, don’t be fooled. They look like birds but they do stupid things like real humans. All of the characters are based on real people, though I promised not to reveal true identities. Otherwise, my sister will kill me. And my parents will do the same».
She has five children, and can do anything for the sake of her family. Mom is a master of balance, does yoga.
Most often he is a professional engineer, from time to time he is an amateur fisherman, but sometimes he is a big kid.
She is a 16 year-old young blogger who dreams of popularity. The girl becomes responsible in case it is required.
He is a 13 year-old excellent, rational, introvert student. The boy is a superhero at heart and sometimes in real life.
Roma and Borya
The 8-year-old twins are hyperactive and chaotic pranksters, amateurs of pirate battles.
She is a 2 year-old source of unexpected solutions to the complicated problems of the characters, and, by chance, the reason of the same problems.
Production designer Sergei Moiseev:
The deliberately cartoonish 2D Tweetville characters are inscribed in photorealistic backgrounds. Such technique is a stylistic feature of the entire series. It allows the viewer to trust the story of the characters quickly and plunge into the carton world.
The funny, bright and perky sparrow sitcom “Tweetville” is full of humor and family charm; it raises the topics, which parents and children from 2 to 16 experience from day to day.
Welcome to enjoy cheerfulness and childishness with “Tweetville”!
The animated series is broadcast on November 24 in the MOOLT app, on December 2 on the MULT and Ani TV channels; on December 3 on Moolt&Music and Mom and on December 4 on the Carousel TV channel. Also on December 30, episode 10 of the animated series is shown by Russian cinemas as part of the interactive newsreel “MOOLT in the Cinema”. The animated sitcom Tweetville is also available on Okko streaming service.
ABOUT THE ANIMATED SERIES TWEETVILLE
Directed by Anton Lanshakov
Idea by Alexey Mironov
Screenplay by Anton Lanshakov, Alexey Lototsky, Anastasia Sokolova
Producers: Anton Smetankin, Evgeny Golovin, Marie Lida, Elena Zamkova
Design by Sergey Moiseev
Music by Alexander Billion
Voiced by Alexander Skidanov, Olga Zubkova, Prokhor Chekhovskoy, Leon Tafara, Yulia Pilipovich, Eva Finkelstein
Produced and copyright by the Animation studio Parovoz
Episode length: 11 minutes
Season 1: 26 episodes
Audience: Family, age 8-11