TV series


52 x 5’


Daisy and Dot

Detti és Drót

Miraculous adventures of two inseparable friends, Daisy and her dog, Dot, magically whisked off to Fantasy Land as soon as Daisy taps her nose.

In the stories, Daisy and Dot embark on an adventure, but suddenly find themselves facing a danger that is too big for a girl and a puppy to cope with. In such cases, Daisy taps her nose with her index finger to stop time. As it happens, everything around them freezes and they enter Daisy's fantasy world: Fantasy Land. The relationship between Daisy and Dot also changes in this world: Daisy understands what Dot says. In the fantasy world, Daisy and Dot always find themselves facing a problem that needs to be solved. These problems are not real dangers, but at the same time serious imaginary complications that exist in the mind of a small child. It always takes Daisy's imagination and skills to put things back into place. As soon as it happens, Daisy taps her nose with her finger and the paused time restarts where the danger, which is in connection with the resolving of the fantasy situation, disappears. Daisy and Dot can continue their games and discoveries carelessly.

Director’s statement
The active, open-to-all-new-things lifestyle is reflected as an important value in our series. Daisy and Dot are always active, proactive and enthusiastic. At the same time, a responsible mentality that knows the dangers and tries to prevent them, is closely linked to this attitude. The series shows that there may be dangers and obstacles in the real world, but passivity is not a solution to them. Problems can usually be avoided with caution or solved with creativity and imagination. The series also conveys positive attitudes. From Daisy's explanations and the adventures of the two friends, children-viewers can learn new skills and acquire new knowledge. These are mainly everyday habits, basic science and cultural knowledge. The traditionally positive social behaviour does not appear in a didactic and self-serving manner in the series, but always as effective and exclusively appropriate attitudes and behavioural routines in relation to the difficulties to be solved.


István Heim

Géza M. Tóth

Country of production


Target audience

Preschool, 3-6 years

Animation technique

2D (vector based)

Production company

KEDD Animation Studio

Estimated budget

EUR 1,651,000

Funding secured

10% of the total cost, that is EUR 165,100 can be financed by our studio, the KEDD Animation Studio, Hungary;
30% of the cost, that is EUR 495,300, can be financed by Hungarian indirect state support with tax incentives for films projects (managed by the National Media and Info-communications Authority)

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CEE Animation is supported by the Creative Europe – MEDIA Programme of the European Union and co-funded by state funds and foundations and professional organisations from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.

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