The latest from Kavaleer.

Kavaleer helps make dreams come true!

16 October

Last year Kavaleer helped make dreams come true, as eight year old Kayla became a voice-over  star in an episode of Wildernuts. Having written to RTEjr’s Una’s Dream Ticket, expressing her wish of being the voice of a cartoon character, Kavaleer set about making her dream a reality! Una’s Dream Ticket sees Una Foden from […]

Kavaleer bring, ‘Dougie Noir’ 52 x 11, to Mipcom

29 September

Following a very successful Cartoon Forum, and continuing the studio’s aim of creating a broad range of kids shows with real-world spinout, Kavaleer will be taking ‘Dougie Noir’, a 52 x 11  boy-skewed action-comedy to Mipcom.  Their latest show features an eponymous eight year old kid detective who also suffers from ADHD, a condition that […]

UK’s Happy Audience acquire ‘KIVA CAN DO’ 52×11

29 September

UK’s Happy Audience has acquired the worldwide distribution and merchandising rights to Kavaleer Productions’ latest series ‘Kiva Can Do!’ A 52 x 11’ show for pre-schoolers whose hero needs only a cardboard box, some bits and bobs, and whole lot of imagination to have a grand adventure. The series received funding from the Irish Film […]

Kavaleer launch ‘Dougie Noir’ at Cartoon Forum.

22 September

Last Thursday 17th September, we were proud and delighted to launch our latest show, ‘Dougie Noir’ a 52 x 11 boy skewed action-comedy series for 6-11s featuring the world’s first consulting circus detective! Kavaleer’s creative helmsmen Andrew Kavanagh and Gary Timpson presented the concept before a room of 195 friends, colleagues and clients, making it […]

Wildernuts – New Episodes starting Monday 13th July on RTÉjr!

10 July

“Weekdays on RTÉjr – 9.10am and 15.10pm Weekends on RTÉjr – 9.20am and 14.10pm Captain Quilty and his intrepid crew travel around their island home in their magical flying ship, the Cloudhopper, exploring different habitats and meeting the strange and funny creatures that live there. The Wildernuts help the young viewer discover the wonders of […]

Dougie Noir features in iKids

11 April

A great write up on one of our latest projects – “Dougie Noir” in iKids. The following is an excerpt but you can read the full article here → In a partnership that’s taking educational mobile game content to heady new levels, Irish companies Kavaleer Productions and neuroscience lab Cortechs have joined forces to launch […]

‘Deadly’ wins Best Short at the inaugural Irish Animation Awards

19 March

We’re excited and delighted that Kavaleer Productions latest short film, ‘Deadly’, picked up the Best Animated Short Film award at the first Irish Animation Awards and in the face of some very stiff competition. Director, Aidan McAteer and Kavaleer MD Gary Timpson,  took to the stage to receive the wonderful award (designed by Eimhin McNamara) […]

Pablo partners up!

25 February

Kavaleer and Indee Productions from Belfast celebrate a successful co production partnership for the show ‘Pablo’ in Miami. In this beautiful drawing Andrew Kavanagh and Gary Timpson from Kavaleer and Grainne McGuinness and Gavin Halpin from Indee productions are raising a glass of orange with Pablo. They are all really excited about the collaboration which pools their considerable talents […]

Fasten your seat belts – Jackie’s on board!

12 February

The Aer Lingus Magazine Cara is featuring our very own Jackie Leonard within its pages this month. Congratulations Jackie – you look fab! (Did we mention Jackie’e expecting her second baby?) And she says lots of nice things about working in Kavaleer: “Between that (Dougie Noir) and Kiva, it’s nice to be able develop apps and TV […]

We need a Lead Animator!

14 November

Lead Animator – Experience in flash necessary with good 2D traditional line drawing animation skills Kavaleer Productions are recruiting a lead flash animator for their short film City of Roses. We’re working on multiple high profile projects, so this is a great opportunity. Position Requirements: Must have proven 2D character animation experience. Preferably on broadcast […]