Sunday, July 29, 2007

South Park as Gaeilge!

Holy moly!

Kenny might be dead, but the Irish language is set to live on as Connemara-based Abu Media prepare to launch the global phenomenon South Park as Gaeilge this September.

The highly-popular and profanity-laden cartoon sitcom, which has just finished up its 11th season in the US, is set to get the TG4 treatment this autumn when it, along with children’s television programme Sesame Street, begin airing completely in Irish. Casting is currently under way for voice-over performers for both productions.

Established in 2000, Abu Media is an award winning television and film production company which produces a wide range of media content, including feature films, dramas, documentaries, and light entertainment, both in English and in Irish.

Located in the heart of Connemara, the company is one of the leading ‘dubbing facilities’ in Ireland, producing more than 250 hours of material each year.

From the Galway Advertiser



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