Registration for Observers – accredited participants of the Warsaw Kids Film Forum - is open until August 18th.
Would you like to hear pitches for projects that are taking part in the first Polish international pitching forum for youth cinema? Maybe discus your own project with experts, or take part in workshops, one-to-one meetings, case studies, presentations and lectures about youth cinema in Poland and in Europe? Sign up at www.warsawkidsff.pl as an Observer and participate in the Forum. Registration is open until August 18th.
The three day program at WKFF (27-29 September) will be divided into two parts. The first day of the Forum, on the 27th of September 2017, is called Inspiration Day, during which all participants will be able to take part in: case studies, presentations as well as lectures about cinema for young audiences in Poland and in Europe.
The topics presented will be dedicated to aspects of: production, distribution, as well as new opportunities in sales. Accompanying these topics will be events dedicated to producers, screenwriters and directors focusing on the creative aspects of film making for children.
The main event of the Forum will be the Pitching session of 20-24 selected projects. Submission of projects for the pitch session opened on the 17th of May and will continue until June 30th.
Observers – participating in the Forum will be able to listen to the pitches, as well as take part in our One-to-One meetings with experts and Consultants Tables, for which prior registration will be required.
WKFF partners, EAVE European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs, as well as The Financing Forum For Kids Content, will be inviting winning pitches to their industry events! EAVE will select who they believe to be the best pitch, and that project will join the Marketing workshop in Luxembourg (15-19 November 2017). Representatives from The Financing Forum For Kids Content will also be inviting their top pick to present at the forum in Malmo (March 2018).
Warsaw Kids Film Forum is organised by the Education Department of the New Horizons Association. WKFF is made possible by the support of: the Municipal Office Capital City of Warsaw, the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, Creative Europe Desk Polska, Polish Film Institute. Partners of WKFF are: the Mazowiecki Film Fund, the Polish Animation Producers Association, Polish Audiovisual Producers Chamber of Commerce, Kids Regio, Akademie für Kindermedien, EAVE and The Financing Forum for Kids Content.
Kids Film Pro and Warsaw Kids Film Forum Coordinator
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Director of Education Department of the New Horizons Association
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