God's Gang”: new entry into the advisory board by the former DreamWorks and Netflix executive
God's Gang Ltd. – the production company behind the new animated project “God's Gang,” led by former Disney executive Nimrod Avraham May – today announced that Bruce Daitch, former COO and CFO of DreamWorks Animation and vice president of animation at Netflix , will join its advisory board. Daitch will help facilitate new financing, production and broadcast partnerships around the world for new episodes and other content in the series.
“I am beyond proud to join a team so determined to change the world, one martial arts superhero at a time,” commented Daitch. “From all my experience I understand the power of animation as an educational tool, especially when it is fun and engaging. The “Dio Gang” team has hit the mark and I am excited to work with them.”
Daitch joins the award-winning team of animation veterans behind the series, including director Ehud Landsberg (“Transformers: Cyberverse,” “Vampirina”) and writer Rob Kutner (five-time Emmy, Grammy and Peabody Award winner; Conan O'Brien, The Daily Show”, “Angry Birds”, “Ben 10”).
“God's Gang” centers on a multicultural, multinational team of four extraordinary heroes from different faiths: Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Judaism. Through martial arts, themes of unity and extraordinary adventures, the show aims to showcase the power of peace, kindness and unity for audiences aged 9-19, with universal appeal. The “13 Minute Pilot” show has already attracted more than 3 million views on YouTube.
The series was created by May, a former Disney marketing executive, and brought to life by the Infinite Frameworks team in Singapore. May's production company, God's Gang Ltd., brings together an international team from over 13 countries committed to keeping their projects free from AI-generated content.
“As a father, “God's Gang” is the product of my dream that my daughters live in a world where peace, love, compassion, kindness and truth are the values on which society is built,” said May, who is also CEO of God's Gang Ltd. “Bruce joining us means we can reach an even wider audience around the world and unite people regardless of their cultural background or religion.”