26-08-2020

Kids Kino.Lab Call For Submission Opens! Submit Your Project!

Kids Kino.Lab, script development programme, opens the call for submission. Are you ready to submit your project? The deadline is October 23rd.

Kids Kino.Lab is an international script development programme for film projects and TV series for young audiences. It is dedicated to scriptwriters and producers who are interested in developing their films (live action, animation or documentary) or a TV series. 

During the workshops, 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).

Kids Kino.Lab is open to the projects from all the European countries. The workshops will be conducted in English. The cost of the programme is 1600 EURO per team (Accommodation and food for participants is provided by the organizer).

5th edition of Kids Kino.Lab will consist of 4 stationary workshop sessions as well as on-line sessions. The schedule of the workshops can be found in the Regulations. 

How to apply?

To apply you need to fill up the application form available on the website: www.kidskinolab.pl. Applications must be submitted in English.

For the application you have to provide the following information:

1) project title,

2) short logline, 

3) synopsis of the film or a series,

4) country of origin for the project,

5) project format (film or a series – animated, documentary, feature),

6) project genre (comedy, family, drama, historical, adventure, fantasy, sci-fi, crime story, musical, others),

7) source of idea for the project (original project, adaptation),

8) target group for the project,

9) information about the Producer,

10) information about the Screenwriter,

11) treatment, characters and universe description and author’s explication,

12) photos of the Producer and the Screenwriter. 

Apply here: https://www.kidskinolab.pl/registration/

Before you submit your application, please read the Regulations carefully. 

The  programme is co-financed by the MEDIA sub-programme of Creative Europe and Polish Film Institute.