In the "Soyuzmultfilm" said, why not be a new series about Carlson
Continue Russian cartoon about Karlsson will not be because of disagreements with the heirs of the writer Astrid Lindgren, who created the famous literary character, copyright, Chairman of the Board of the Studio "Soyuzmultfilm" Juliana Slaschova.
"We have not regulated the issue in Carlson, because the Swedish heirs of Astrid Lindgren has their own idea about how it should be managed right at him, and we are unable to negotiate with them. In this regard, most likely, the Russian continue "Carlson" will not. Swedish heirs to the literary basis of the Astrid Lindgren then will be able to move, with whom they decide to do it. We were not able to negotiate," - said Slaschova in the author's program of the Institute of industrial management of Ranepa "Talk".
In her view, Russia is the only country that was able to make of Carlson, though harmful, but an absolutely positive character, which everyone loves.
The Chairman noted that so far the Studio has not returned another important category of rights is terrestrial TV.
"Studio late last year were able to buy the rights to pay TV. A year ago we bought the rights to the Internet, has left terrestrial TV, which we do not redeem can for a number of reasons. But this category of rights, at least the Studio gets a royalty" - said Slaschova.
She also added that the Studio asked the Vice-Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko for help in raising the question on the rights to Cheburashka at the intergovernmental commissions between Russia and Japan.
"We are convinced that the Japanese side contract expired at the end of 2014. They voluntarily have considered the contract extended until 2023. It turns out that about 2.5 years - the rights of the Japanese side. The most unpleasant thing about this is that they sell "Cheburashka" only in Japan and maybe even in several Asian countries, and keep the rights to the whole world. Because of this we can't go out either in Europe or in North or Latin America. Of course, we're uncomfortable", - said the Chairman of the Board.