EXCLUSIVE: Film is currently in post-production and has sold to the likes of the UK and Poland.

Epic Pictures has closed multiple deals on its Space Dogs sequel and licensed French broadcast rights on a TV animation spin-off to Canal Plus.

Both projects stem from Space Dogs 3D, which Epic Pictures Group co-founders Patrick Ewald and Shaked Berenson said has grossed more than $30m internationally.

Space Dogs: Adventure to the Moon is currently in post-production has gone to Signature for the UK, Scanbox for Scandinavia, Polsat for Poland and Blitz for the former-Yugoslavia.

Epic also licensed rights in Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador (Delta), Chile (BF Distribution), Venezuela (Cine Unidos), Middle East (Eagle Film), Turkey (R Film), Israel (Five Stars), Thailand (IPA) and South Korea (Aone Entertainment).

TV series Space Dogs Family follows the exploits of the puppies of the original cosmonaut canines.

“Now with two movies and a TV series, as well as a host of merchandise, Space Dogs is a growing brand name across many countries,” said Berenson.

“We are proud to be taking this to audiences around the world and this sale emphasises the quality family content available in Epic Pictures’ rapidly expanding slate” added Ewald.