Cannes: Global Screen Picks Up ‘Stitch Head’ From ‘Ooops! Noah Is Gone…’ Director (EXCLUSIVE)

Variety | 4/25/2019 | Leo Barraclough
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Munich-based world sales company Global Screen has picked up the rights to 3D animated feature “Stitch Head,” co-helmed by the director of box-office hit “Ooops! Noah Is Gone…” Global Screen will present the project to buyers at the Cannes Film Market next month.

The film gives a humorous twist to the Frankenstein story, in which the monsters are the good guys and the humans are scary. The movie, directed by Toby Genkel (“Richard the Stork”, “Ooops! Noah Is Gone…”) and Steve Hudson, is based on the children’s books by British author Guy Bass.

Film - Castle - Grotteskew - Town - Grubbers

The film is set at Castle Grotteskew, high above the little town of Grubbers Nubbin, where a mad professor brings to life his monstrous creations, and then forgets about them. Looking after the castle and its monsters is Stitch Head – the professor’s first creation.

Terrified that even the smallest sign of monstrousness will turn the townsfolk of Grubbers Nubbin into an angry mob who’ll burn the castle to the ground, Stitch Head does everything to keep...
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