Multi-Emmy Award-winning Telegael is one of Ireland’s leading film, television and animation studios which produces live action and animation content for the global market. Based in An Spidéal, Galway, the Telegael group employs up to 350 people annually on a range of film and television productions.

Telegael has established a strong reputation internationally as a developer, financier and producer of content for the international market. The studio has co-produced in excess of 1,000 hours of film and television programming and its projects have been distributed to over 150 territories and translated into more than 50 languages. Broadcasters include Disney, Netflix, NBC Universal, BBC, ITV, Discovery, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, ZDF, Channel 5, KiKa, France3, TF1, SuperRTL, HBO, ABC, Seven (Aus), RAI, YLE, Acorn.

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Telegael #Industry: Toonz Media Group partners with Telegael, acquiring a majority stake - Toonz Media Group has acquired a majority stake in Galway-based large full-service Emmy winning production house Telegael.
Captain Morten and the Spider Queen #IrishAbroad: Two Irish animations win at the 23rd International Film Festival Schlingel - Two Irish animations, Captain Morten and the Spider Queen and The Breadwinner, won awards at the 23rd International Film Festival Schlingel in Germany.
Captain Morten and the Spider Queen #FilmFleadh: Captain Morten and the Spider Queen to have Irish Premiere at the 30th Galway Film Fleadh - Captain Morten and the Spider Queen, the first stop-motion animated film made in Ireland will make its Irish premiere at the forthcoming Galway Film Fleadh on July 15th.
Morten #IrishFilm: Morten, Ireland’s first stop-motion feature, to commence production at Telegael - Morten, which is slated to commence production at Telegael’s studios in Baile na hAbhann, Galway on Sep 19th, will be Ireland's first stop-motion feature.

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