Kids Kino.Lab development programme – call for applications is now open!
You can now submit your project for Kids Kino.Lab workshops!
Kids Kino.Lab it's an international development programme for film projects and TV series for young audience. It is dedicated to script writers and producers who are interested in developing their film (live action, animation or documentary) or a TV series from a concept to a highly advanced script stage and initial production assumptions. For submissions we invite filmmakers from Belgium, Czech Republic, Greece and Poland.
Submission deadline: 30th of September.
Former Kids Film.Pro goes international as Kids Kino.Lab
The project started as Kids Film.Pro in 2014 and was limited just to Polish projects. This year’s edition will turn into an international workshop under a new name: Kids Kino.Lab and it includes partnership countries. We are happy to introduce our partners:
Kids Kino.Lab works with 12 teams (scriptwriter and producer) including 4 series and 8 feature films on participants ideas. Our goal is to develop the script form short synopsis (budget, financing and promotion plan).
This years edition of Kids Kino.Lab will consist of 4 stationary workshop sessions and at least 3 on-line sessions. The workshops will be conducted in English only on the following months:
Kirsten Bonnen Rask – feature films script Tutor.
Kirsten is an experienced script consultant in all formats – shorts, features, TV series, and documentaries for adults as well as for children.
Armin Prediger – series script Tutor.
Armin has worked in the film industry for 25 years, 18 of those as a writer, head writer and script editor in live-action and animation.
Ronald Kruschak – producer’s Tutor.
Germany-based producer, writer and tutor/lecturer with a track record of twenty years of filmmaking focusing on Family Entertainment.
Philip LaZebnik – feature films script Tutor.
Philip is a screenwriter, writer of plays and a screenwriting consultant. Originally associated with Disney Studios and Dream Works. His screenwriting credits include Mulan and Pocahontas for Disney, and The Prince of Egypt and The Road to El Dorado for DreamWorks, among many others.