With the 6th edition of the Kids Kino.Lab workshop just around the corner, we are thrilled to present you five emerging script consultants and producers who will join our tutors as their assistants. The new edition of our script development programme kicks off on January 18th.

We received more than 40 submissions. We do appreciate that so many of you wished to join us. In the end, our tutors decided to pick one more extra person.


And here they are!

Dunja Petrovic – Armin Prediger’s assistant



Dunja graduated from Dramaturgy/Screenwriting at Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade (also Master of Theories of Dramatic Arts, Media and Culture). She is a screenwriter of animated feature Twice upon a Time, cartoon serial Lola & Mila and several animated serial projects in development. She is a part of To Blink Studio’s story team for animated shorts for kids. Presently employed at the Radio Television of Serbia as an editor and screenwriter of TV program for kids.


Jiří Sádek and Ans Van Gasse – Kirsten Bonnén Rask’s assistants



Jiří Sádek

Jiří graduated from the High School of the Applied Arts in Prague, Film and Theater set design. After that he studied at the Film Academy of Miroslav Ondricek. He debuted with his horror feature The Noonday Witch (shot on 35mm, Mélies d’Argent Award at MotelX 2016, co-produced by HBO). He also works as dubbing director and Czech dialogue writer for HBO, Disney Channel, Netflix, Amazon or Pixar, films such as Finding Dory or The Beauty and Beast or Crown series.


Ans Van Gasse

As a Master’s degree in Film and Theatre, Ans Van Gasse is active in all things that show stories matter. She looks for what stories can do for people and our world through her work in illustration, writing and education. Because we all have a story to tell.


Marie-Gabrielle Peaucelle – Philip LaZebnik’s assistant



Marie-Gabrielle was born in France but grew up abroad. Back in France, she graduated from Sciences Po, Paris with a Master’s degree in Cultural Affairs. In 2013, she joined the French film production company Manchester Films / ADCB Films (producer Catherine Bozorgan) where she worked as an assistant producer for 7 years, especially involved in the development phase. In 2019, she started to be a script consultant, working among others with upcoming Greek director, Konstantina Koztamani.


Emma Drost Jensen – Ronald Kruschak’s assistant



Emma has been with LevelK since October 2019, working on the financing and co-producing of films for which LevelK handles the international sales. She previously worked at Fridthjof Film from 2015-2019, where she worked on the international co-production Tom of Finland and was a junior producer on the award-winning The Exception. She has a BA in Aesthetics and also in English Literature from Oslo University, as well as an MA in Film and Media Studies from Aarhus University


Welcome on board!

Read more about our tutors here.

The list with the projects selected to the 6th edition of the Kids Kino.Lab, international script development programme is here.