TV series


8 x 25′


Street Pack

Street Pack is an episodic animated series focusing on the teenage audience. It is set in an incredible animal urban world and follows the pursuit and tribulations of the music band named Street Pack.

Red panda Jack and his owl friend Doty have always had one big dream – to break into the music industry and make a hit! But when they finally succeed, their problems have only just began... Unfortunately, their song is shamefully stolen by none other than the long-lasting music magnate Porkins! Our heroes have to embark on an adventure to fight not only him but also the disapproval of their parents and family. During their journey, they find new friends like big Singer P.N.D. and challenge enemies like Doty’s evil brother Horace.

Director’s statement
We want to create a unique animated TV series with lots of humour, music and drama which can be enjoyed by a wide-range audience, but mainly young adults. The viewers should have time enough to become acquainted with our animal heroes and dive into our incredible, yet familiar world, which is why we chose serialisation. There are three strong themes: the first one is music and all its struggles in this cut-throat industry with young artists trying to do what they love. The second theme is the wide range of animal characters inhabiting a modern city and basically struggling with the same problems as young adults, which is recognition from their surroundings. The third and most important is the family theme. We don’t choose what family we are born to, and our characters all have different relationships with their parents, siblings and friends. In the end, it always comes down to understanding and listening to one another.


Matej Holub
Art director

Klaudia Bulantova


Jakub Kroner

Country of production


Target audience


Animation Technique

2D vector based

Production company

Inout studio

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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