our story


Flying Bark Productions is an independent producer with an impressive legacy of creating iconic entertainment since 1968. We are a full-service production facility across feature films, television and a diverse range of digital content both short-form and longer-form. Specialising in creating for both our own IP and high-end service projects.

Taking great ideas, incredible stories and compelling characters from concept through to red-carpet premiere is our passion. With some of Australia’s most experienced development and production teams, we bring both dynamic creativity and reliability to every production.

With 40 years of experience in creating original concepts and classic properties, Flying Bark continues to succeed by evolving with the new media landscape and emerging opportunities in the global market.

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2018 has seen the much-anticipated international release of award-winning feature film Maya The Bee, The Honey Games. We are also the very proud independent Producer of the incredible new feature film and TV series 100% Wolf, which are the next CG projects currently in production. Our 2D team are doing jaw-dropping work with Nickelodeon on the new series of the iconic Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja
Turtles
. With more projects in pre-production and development, Flying
Bark is a buzz with activity and opportunity.


Flying Bark AND STudio 100

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Flying Bark is part of the well renowned, Belgian owned Studio 100 media group, which is the largest independent family entertainment company in Europe. As a global group, the company enjoys great success in exploiting international brands and has recently welcomed media production and brand management power-house M4E, as well as the Emmy Award winning US-based Little Airplane Productions, into the Studio 100 family.

Studio 100 maintains a broad involvement in entertainment enterprise from content creation (live action, live shows and animation), to international distribution of television and feature films as well as far reaching licensing and merchandising campaigns. The group owns 6 theme parks across Benelux and Germany.