Production has wrapped in Mexico City on Dos Corazones Films’ animation as the company prepares to introduce it to Berlin buyers in February.

Bruce Morris wrote Max & Me, the story of youngster who leans about sacrifice through the story of a brave Polish priest during the Nazi invasion of Poland.

The voice cast includes David Henrie, Ashley Greene, Neal McDonough and Hector Elizondo.

Donovan Cook serves as chief animation consultant and worked closely with Patricia García Peña and Gregorio Núñez’s animation company Imagica.

Pablo José Barroso and Claudia Nemer’s Mexico City-based Dos Corazones Films developed, financed and produced Max & Me

Barroso and Nemer have earmarked a July 2016 release to coincide with World Youth Day.

Dos Corazones’ single-picture investments in film range from $10-$50m while television investments fall in the $5-$10m range.