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KIDS KINO INDUSTRY 2022

Le programme de la 6e édition de Kids Kino Industry est annoncé

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- Le grand forum de la coproduction dédié aux contenus jeunesse se tiendra dans un format hybride du 27 au 29 septembre, autour des 27 projets sélectionnés cette année

Le programme de la 6e édition de Kids Kino Industry est annoncé

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Kids Kino Industry, the international co-production forum for films and series aimed at children and youth and one of the most important events in Eastern and Central Europe, is gearing up for its sixth edition running for the second time in hybrid format. The first three days, 27-29 September, will be held in Warsaw and online, while the last day, 30 September, will be fully online. More than 300 industry professionals are expected to attend the event.

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This sixth edition of Kids Kino Industry saw an absolute record number of submissions, as 95 projects from 27 countries applied for the pitching sessions of the event, with 26 of them being selected; the winner of the Kids Kino Industry Exchange Award at m:brane will also be featured this year. The selection consists of 15 live-action, 10 animated, 1 mixed-technique, and 1 documentary projects, including 15 films and 12 series. Among them are 7 projects developed as part of the script development workshop Kids Kino Lab. 

The projects were selected by the Kids Kino Industry selection committee: Peter Ahlén, senior sales manager, creative producer and director at REinvent (Denmark); Agnieszka Dziedzic, founder and producer at Koi Studio (Poland); Katleen Goossens, producer at Bulletproof Cupid (Belgium); Begoña Esteban, head of international TV Sales and Acquisitions at Pink Parrot Media (Spain); and Mateusz Możdżeń, head of Kids Distribution in the Education Department of the New Horizons Association (Poland).

This year’s target audience again spans preschoolers and school kids to teenagers, while some of the projects are aimed at young adults. The selected titles range from projects based on books, successful web series, or TV specials, dealing with relevant topics such as diversity, stereotypes and prejudice, ecology and climate change, friendship and searching for one’s place in the world. The stories include a hunt for Mayan treasure hidden in a Slovakian castle; discovering what happens to disappearing socks and exploring the mystery behind a suspicious allergy at summer camp with a group of teenagers. Attendees will also be introduced to Felix, a flea raised by rhinos, and two savvy hamsters, who comment on the hardships of life with humour. 

Here is the complete list of projects selected for the sixth edition of Kids Kino Industry:

Projects in development

Agus and Monsters - Motion Pictures Entertainment (Spain)
Format: Animated series

Detective Bruno 2. The Baltic Gold - ShipsBoy (Poland) - KIDS KINO LAB
Format: Live-action film

Eat a Book - AGITPROP (Bulgaria)
Format: Documentary series

Empire - deMENSEN (Belgium) – KIDS KINO LAB
Format: Live-action series

Felix the Brave - Little Dream Entertainment (Germany)
Format: Animated film

Forest - AL ONE (Italy)
Format: 3D animated film

GameGirl - 8Heads Productions (Czech Republic) – KIDS KINO LAB
Format: Live-action film

Ghoul Friends - BOMBITO PRODUCTIONS (UK)
Format: Live-action series

Green Bean Camp - Coming Soon Films (Spain)
Format: Live-action film

Hamsters - Haptic (Belgium)
Format: Animated series

Horse on a Stick - Lieblingsfilm (Germany)
Format: Live-action film

Jacob's Treasure - TRIGON PRODUCTION (Slovakia)
Format: Live-action film

Land of Lost LaundryFilmbin (Norway) – KIDS KINO LAB
Format: Live-action film

Louise Lives Large - Tailored Films (Ireland/Canada/Belgium)
Format: Live-action series

Monsters SOS - Likaon (Poland)
Format: Animated series

My World Upside Down - WHAT IF Films (Slovakia)
Format: Live-action film

Round and Round the Wishing Well - Laïdak Films (France)
Format: Animated film

Rubbish Life – mfoka (Poland) – KIDS KINO LAB
Format: Animated film

Secrets of the Great Bog - Air Productions (Latvia)
Format: Live-action film

Sophie Milk - Gate & StoryProduction (Poland)
Format: Live-action series

Stairway to Heaven - Fabelaktiv (Norway)
Format: Live-action series

Tiger and Bear - Wolkenlenker (Germany)
Format: Animated series

Tosia - Film Production Wojciech Stuchlik (Poland) – KIDS KINO LAB
Format: Live-action film

Under the Floor - Running Rabbit Films (Poland)
Format: Animated series

Works in progress

The Diary of Paulina P. - Jaka Produkcija (Croatia)
Format: Live-action/animated film

Grandpa, let’s go! - FURIA Film (Poland) – KIDS KINO LAB
Format: Live-action film

Kitty Kotty - EGoFILM (Poland)
Format: Animated series

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