TV series




TinkerBen & Motor

TinkerBen & Motor

TinkerBen and Motor are on a mission to give kids hope and optimism that they hava a key role to play in building the future only they can envision!

TinkerBen is a boy-genius engineer who teams up with his robo-dog pal, Motor to help out the friendly folk of Wowtown, using cool gadgets, ingenuity and imagination. Exploring STEAM professions in a kid-relatable way, TinkerBen, and his friends: AstroNiki, the bold astronaut; ArchiTan, the precision builder; and DesigNira, the amazing artist, use their specific skillsets, creativity, cooperation, and teamwork to get the job done. Each episode, TinkerBen and Motor race to the rescue, collect all the info they need, hit on a brilliant fix with the help of a friend with special abilities and training, and design a solution to save the day! And, of course, TinkerBen and Motor, together with his friends make you laugh and cheer you up, along the way!

Director’s statement
As young fathers, our newborns just a year apart, the project was born from our joy watching our little ones grow and navigate their first challenges.
Our goal was to inspire viewers through fun stories and adventures, showing them they can build their dream world. We introduce Design Thinking in a very simple way, productive gadget use, and how technology expands possibilities. Characters of various professions, allowing kids to identify and role-play, teaching them that caring for and improving their environment requires collaboration across diverse skills and professions. Help should be sought from those with specific expertise.
The uniqueness of our show lies in its simplicity and the behavioral patterns it instills, encouraging kids to be innovative, responsible community members, using collaboration and simple algorithms to constantly better their world.

Arthur Merkulov

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Metaxilasis LLC

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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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