Petzi "Endstation Wüste"
Klump "End of Track"

  1. Overview
  2. Fact Sheet

An overprotective mother crocodile keeps her daughter close when Klump and his adventuring friends urge her to travel the world.

The film

  • Film identity

    Original title: Petzi "Endstation Wüste"

    Directed by: Johannes WEILAND, Carsten BUNTE

    Johannes Weiland studied at Ludwigsburg's Filmakademie where he now teaches. He has worked as a director and animator at Studio Soi in Germany, and with Studio Aka in London. He has won numerous awards in Annecy: "Annie and Boo" (TPS-Teletoon Award for a Graduation Film, 2005), "The Little Boy and the Beast" (Cristal for Best TV Production 2010), and two Best TV Special Awards in a row: "Princess Painting" (2011) and "The Gruffalo's Child" (2012).

    Since graduating from the Film Academy Baden-Württemberg in 2003, Carsten Bunte co-founded Studio Soi with six other animation directors. He worked on several award-winning productions, as scriptwriter and producer for "Olis Chance" (in competition at Annecy 2006) and producer of "The Little Boy and the Beast" (Cristal for a TV Production, Annecy 2010) and "Princess Painting" (Award for Best TV Special, Annecy 2011).

    Country: Germany

    Year of production: 2017

    Running time: 11 min 47 s × 26 episodes

  • Technique

    Category: TV serie

    Techniques used: 3D Computer

    Process: Colour

    Target public: Children, Preschool

  • Credits

    Directed by: Johannes WEILAND, Carsten BUNTE

    Production: STUDIO SOI, Carsten BUNTE, MONDRIAN ENTERTAINMENT, Sylvest LARS

    Artistic direction: Marie Renaud, Marion Bordeyne, Domareen Fox

    Script: Marcus Sauermann

    Storyboard: Kim Nguyen, Paul Cichon

    Layout: Moritz Schneider, Michael Bohnenstingl

    Sets: Moritz Schneider

    Animation: Tim Rudder, Patrick A. Müller, Michael Hockey, Massimiliano Truzzi

    Compositing: Arseniy Testin, Mathias Schreck

    Music: Jasmin Reuter

    Sound: Christian Heck

    Editing: Johannes Weiland

    Voice: Bianca Krahl, Léa Mariage, Roland Hemmo, Tim Sander, Ricardo Richter, Luisa Wietzorek