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Marc Anthony & Juan Jose Campanella Team for Animated Series


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Marc Anthony’s Magnus Studios and director Juan Jose Campanella’s animation studio Mundoloco CGI have entered into a co-production alliance with Lanugo Media to develop and produce the animated children’s series Gloria (doesn’t) Know it All.

Aimed at kids 4 to 8, Gloria (doesn’t) Know it All is an animated series that shows the richness of the Latino culture through magical realism and music. Co-created by Carla Curiel, Roberto Castro, Felipe Pimiento and Gaston Gorali, Gloria (doesn’t) Know it All follows the journey of a 7-year-old determined little alpaca, who is sent to visit her grandparents in a magical town, where she discovers her amazing heritage.

Anthony and Pimiento will act as executive producers for Magnus Studios. Anthony will also act as the series’ music executive producer, supervising the creation of all original songs and music for the show. Campanella and Gorali, Mundoloco CGI co-founders, will act as executive producer and showrunner, respectively.

Anthony commented: “I am thrilled to start the new year with the announcement of a project that will highlight the splendor and diversity of our Latino culture for children everywhere and I am looking forward to inspiring families and young generations with this story.”

Campanella said: “We are delighted to bring pride to all those who feel different, no matter where they come from. We want to celebrate diversity and our rich culture, from Latin America to the world.”

Gorali added: “We have assembled a true power team creating unique stories that will resonate with audiences worldwide, with original songs curated by one of the most relevant performing artists of our times.”






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Kristin Brzoznowski is the executive editor of World Screen. She can be reached at [email protected]

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