VFX Studio 100 Film secures international sales rights to animated movie ‘Miss Moxy’ -

Studio 100 Film secures international sales rights to animated movie ‘Miss Moxy’

Germany’s Studio 100 Film and Netherlands’ Phanta Animation announced their partnership for the adventure comedy movie Miss Moxy. Its production began in February 2023, with delivery scheduled for the end of 2024.

Studio 100 Media subsidiary Studio 100 Film acts as international sales agent and will present the movie at the upcoming American Film Market in Santa Monica.

The movie is based on a true story in which a tabby cat called Boo found its way back home after 13 years. Miss Moxy has been adapted and written for the screen by Maureen Versprille. The directors are Vincent Bal (The Zigzag Kid) and Wip Vernooij.

Miss Moxy is a Dutch-Belgian co-production between Phanta Animation, BosBros and Eyeworks Film & TV Drama. It is produced by Petra Goedings, Jolande Junte and Burny Bos together with Belgian co-producer Peter Bouckaert.

“From the moment Miss Moxy came to shape, this lovely character has become a true darling to all of us and we cannot wait to make this film happen in collaboration with our dear colleagues at Studio 100,” said producer Petra Goedings.

“The true story behind this movie is so incredible, and the production team so talented, that we immediately fell in love with this project. It’s such a great feeling to finally see the start of production and we look forward to introducing this fun and entertaining family movie with a unique animal heroine,” said Studio 100 Media business operations director Thorsten Wegener.

Synopsis: The 85–minute feature film, targeted at families, introduces Miss Moxy, a domesticated cat who gets lost during a summer holiday in Southern France. She then sets off on an exciting and hilarious odyssey to find her way back home across Europe, getting unusual support from the most despicable creatures a cat can imagine: a stupid dog and an old bird. During this journey, she broadens her perspective on life and discovers the real meaning of friendship. 

The project is financed in association with Paradiso Filmed Entertainment, Netherlands Film Fund, Netherlands Film Production Incentive, Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF) of the Government of Flanders, Screen Flanders, Avrotros, Belgian Tax Shelter, and co-funded by the European Union – Creative Europe Media.