Mondo TV S.p.A. Mondo TV is an Italian production and distribution tv company. Founded by Orlando Corradi in 1985 and based in Rome, Mondo TV is a public company, quoted on the STAR segment of the Italian main stock exchange, Borsa Italiana, a part of the London Stock Exchange Group since 2007.
- Cartoons, Merchandising
- Distribution, Publishing
- €16.50 million (2010)
In 1964, Orlando Corradi and Kenichi Tominaga found DEA S.n.c., a company active in the audiovisual animation sector, with the aim of acquiring the rights to Japanese animated cartoons for distribution in Italy and Europe. In 1979 and 1980, respectively, Corradi and Tominaga created the companies DORO TV Merchandising. for large-scale television networks, and Italian TV Broadcasting S.r.l., for smaller-size broadcaster. The period from the late 1970s to the early 1980s saw the rise in demand for Japanese animated cartoons and the growth of the Italian television market. The two companies started distributing feature films, TV series and sports events. Mondo TV S.r.l. was founded in 1985 in order to produce animated cartoon series. In 1990, DORO TV Merchandising created its first animated television series The Jungle Book and Christopher Columbus. From 1992 on, Mondo TV undertook the production of animated television series. In late 1999, Mondo TV S.r.l. was transformed into a joint-...
Mondo TV is one of the few branches of Italian audiovisual production companies or groups active in markets outside Italy.
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Mondo Media is an American multimedia company that mainly produces online animation targeted at teens and young adults. The company was founded in 1988 by John Evershed and Deirdre O'Malley in San Francisco, California. The company produces ad-supported, internet-based animated shorts called Mondo Mini Shows .
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Although earlier films such as Alessandro Blasetti's Europa di notte (Europe By Night, 1959) and Luigi Vanzi's Il mondo di notte (World By Night, 1961) may be considered examples of the genre, the origins of the mondo documentary are generally traced to the 1962 Italian film Mondo Cane (A Dog's World—a mild Italian profanity) by Paolo Cavara, Gualtiero Jacopettiand Franco Prosperi which was a commercial success. Documentary films imitating Mondo Cane in the 1960s often included the term "mondo" in their titles, even if they were in English; examples include Mondo Bizarro, Mondo Daytona, Mondo Mod, Mondo Infame and Mondo Hollywood. Films outside the genre followed suit: Mondo Trasho, Mondo Weirdo: A Trip to Paranoia Paradise, Mondo Keyhole and Mondo Brutale (a German release of Wes Craven's The Last House on the Left) title themselves mondo, although none are mondo documentaries. Later in the decade, this naming convention began to fall out of favour and fewer mondo films identified...
The original mondo film series was the Mondo Cane series by Gualtiero Jacopetti, Paolo Cavara, and Franco Prosperi. When this type of film proved successful, many imitators followed. The pair's Mondo candido (1975) is not a "Mondo" film; the title was imposed on them by the studio, who wished to cash in on their earlier successes. The film is a retelling of Voltaire's novel, Candide. In the late 1980s Stelvio Massi (a.k.a. Max Steele) made two spinoffs of the original Mondo Cane series, known as Mondo Cane 3 and Mondo Cane 4on video. In 1969, brothers Angelo and Alfredo Castiglioni began to make a series of their own mondo films until the early 1980s. They made five films in all, tying Jacopetti and Prosperi as the most prolific mondo film producers. Each film examines brutal and bizarre behavior on the African continent. Their films are considered some of the most graphic Mondo films ever made. Antonio Climati, cinematographer to Prosperi and Jacopetti in many mond...RE/Search No. 10: Incredibly Strange Films: A Guide to Deviant Films. RE/Search Publications 1986, ISBN 0-940642-09-3Brottman, Mikita: Mondo Horror. Carnivalizing the Taboo. In: Prince, Stephen (ed.) 2004: The horror film. S. 167-188. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. ISBN 0813533635.Goodall, Mark 2006: Sweet & Savage. The World Through the Shockumentary Film Lens. London: Headpress. ISBN 978-1900486491. (the standard work on the mondo and cannibal genre)Goodall, Mark 2006: Shockumentary Evidence. The perverse politics of the Mondo film. In: Dennison, Stephanie (Hg.) 2006: Remapping world cinema. Identity, culture and politics in film. S. 118-128....
Mondo Media is an American company that produces animation targeted at teens and young adults. The company was founded in 1988 in San Francisco, California .  The company produces ad-supported, internet-based animated segments called Mondo Mini Shows .
- Special Releases
- Television Series
Seven of those special releases were used from the animated series, Super Little Fanta Heroes. 1. Pocahontas 2. Hua Mulan 3. Quasimodo: The Hunchback of Notre Dame 4. Hercules 5. King David 6. Ulysses 7. The Thief of Baghdad
1. The Little Bear
1. The Jungle Book 2. Christopher Columbus 3. Robin Hood 4. The Legend of Snow White 5. The Legend of Zorro 6. The Story of Cinderella 7. Simba the King Lion 8. Jesus: A Kingdom Without Frontiers 9. Pocahontas 10. Super Little Fanta Heroes 11. Simba Jr. Goes to N.Y. and the World Cup 12. Sandokan: The Tiger of Malaysia 13. The Black Corsair 14. In the Name of Jesus 15. Brother Fire 16. The Great Book of Nature 17. Toy Toons 18. The Legend of Sleeping Beauty 19. Bugs' Adventures
1. Brave Soldiers 2. Sandokan II: The Tiger Roars Again 3. Turtle Hero 4. Letters from Felix 5. The Last of the Mohicans 6. The Old Testament 7. The Nimbols 8. Winner and the Golden Child 9. Spartacus 10. Farhat: The Prince of the Desert 11. Monsters and Pirates 12. Sandokan III: The Two Tigers 13. Kim 14. Jurassic Cubs 15. Gladiators 16. Angel's Friends