The final deadline to submit an application for the Kids Kino.Lab, script development programme for film projects and series for young audiences, is approaching. We wait for the applications until October 23rd.
Who are the workshops for?
We are looking for teams: producer + scriptwriter who would like to develop their projects (full-length film or series in all the categories: animations/ documentaries/ live-actions).
Kids Kino.Lab is open to the projects from all the European countries.
What can you expect?
The programme lasts 10 months during which 12 teams (producer + scriptwriter) will be developing their projects from short synopsis to the second draft of the script together with production basics (estimated budget, financing and promotion plan).
By participating in the programme you will have a chance to work with our tutors: Kirsten Bonnen Rask, Armin Prediger, Philip LaZebnik and Ronald Kruschak. Also each session will be joined by invited experts to help you develop your project from different perspectives.
5th edition of Kids Kino.Lab will consist of 4 stationary workshop sessions (5 days each) as well as online individual consultations with the Tutors. The programme kicks off at the beginning of 2021.
- I session – Synopsis – Poland.
- II session – Treatment – JEF Festival, Antwerp, Belgium.
- III session – First draft of the script – Zlin Film Festival, Zlin, Czechia.
- IV session – Second draft of the script – Kids Kino Industry, Warsaw, Poland.
How much does it cost?
- The cost of the programme is 1600 EURO per team.
- Accommodation and food for participants is provided by the organizer.
- The travel costs are on the participant’s side.
Why should I take part in the Kids Kino.Lab?
The Kids Kino.Lab is entirely dedicated to the projects for kids and gives you an opportunity to work with experts who excel in this field. If you are thinking of creating content for kids this programme is tailored for you.
The projects developed within the Kids Kino.Lab are presented and awarded at the most prestigious film festivals.
Few days ago the “Triple Trouble” produced by Koi Studio have been selected to Cinekid IFF and Schingel IFF.
“Let’s Go Grandpa!” produced by Furia Film, developed during last edition, received a Ceta Post Production award worth PLN 60.000 and got financing through the Polish Film Institute.
“Travel Bugs” produced by Nedafilm (TV series from Greece), another project which took part in the last edition, received a Special Distinction at Animation du Monde and will be presented at Annecy next year.
These are some of the reasons why it’s worth developing your project with us. Submit your project before October 23rd and see for yourself! Register here.
The workshops will be conducted in English.
The programme is co-financed by the MEDIA sub-programme of Creative Europe and Polish Film Institute.
Kids Kino.Lab partners for the upcoming edition are: Zlin Film Festival, Zlin, Czech Republic, JEF Festival, Antwerp, Belgium and Kids Kino Industry, Poland.
More information: https://www.kidskinolab.pl/
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.