Kids Kino Industry and Cinekid for Professionals are joining forces to launch Producers LINK, a newly established programme for emerging producers of children’s content. The programme is designed to stimulate the production of top-quality children’s content and pan-European co-productions, and will provide crucial follow-up both during and after the two leading kids events in the Autumn.
The 25 producers selected for the first edition of Producers LINK are nominated by the following international partner organisations: Catalan Films, Croatian Audiovisual Centre, Czech Film Fund, Film Centre of Montenegro, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Poland, Film Commission Sardegna, German Children's Media Foundation, Gigant Films, Greek Film Center, KIDS Regio, Netherlands Film Fund, Norwegian Film Institute, Polish Audiovisual Producers Chamber of Commerce (KIPA), Producers Guild of Poland and Slovak Film Institute.
The programme will start in September and have its first residency at Kids Kino Industry (27 September to 1 October 2021), finishing at Cinekid for Professionals (19 to 22 October 2021). The list of successful participating producers can be found at the end of this page.
Kids Kino Industry is an international co-production forum and forms the industry component of Kids Kino International Film Festival that takes place September 2021 in Warsaw, Poland. Cinekid for Professionals is the industry arm of Cinekid Festival that takes place October 2021 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Kids Kino Industry and Cinekid for Professionals aim to stimulate the production of high-quality children’s content via international talent labs, a co-production market, promotion, matchmaking and knowledge-sharing via expert conference programmes. Both events are proven hubs for emerging production companies or producers looking to take the step into children’s productions.
Kids Kino Industry is focused on the Central and East European landscape, while Cinekid for Professionals retains a laser focus on the pan-European and international landscape.
|Czech Film Center||Juliette Sichel||8Heads Productions||Czech Republic|
|Czech Film Center||Martin Vandas||MAUR film||Czech Republic|
|Film Centre of Montenegro||Biljana Vušović||Open Box Studio||Montenegro|
|Film Commission Sardengia||Andrea Mura||Gingko Film||Italy|
|Film Commission Sardengia||Emanuele Nespeca||Solaria Film||Italy|
|German Children's Media Foundation, KIDS Regio||Lisa Havenstein||Tradewind Pictures||Germany|
|German Children's Media Foundation, KIDS Regio||Claudia Schröter||Cala Film||Germany|
|Croatian Audiovisual Centre||Arsen Anton Ostojic||Filmosaurus Rex||Croatia|
|Slovak Film Institute||Martin Smatana||BORORO||Slovakia|
|Greek Film Center||Stelios Apostolopoulos / Kyveli Short||Aori FILM||Greece|
|Polish Audiovisual Producers Chamber of Commerce (KIPA), Producers Guild of Poland, Gigant Films and Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands||Joanna Ronikier||Running Rabbit Films||Poland|
|Polish Audiovisual Producers Chamber of Commerce (KIPA), Producers Guild of Poland, Gigant Films and Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands||Małgorzata Wabińska||Entertain Pictures||Poland|
|Polish Audiovisual Producers Chamber of Commerce (KIPA), Producers Guild of Poland, Gigant Films and Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands||Jakub Karwowski||Letko||Poland|
|Catalan Films||Jordi Oliva||ImagicTV||Spain|
|Catalan Films||Oscar Albert||Motion Pictures Entertainment||Spain|
|Catalan Films||Ivan Agenjo||Peekaboo Animation||Spain|
|Catalan Films||Oriol Marcos||Set Màgic Audiovisual||Spain|
|Netherlands Film Fund||Layla Meijman / Maarten van de Ven||Studio Ruba||The Netherlands|
|Netherlands Film Fund||Coen Balkestein||Kailo Stories||The Netherlands|
|Netherlands Film Fund||Rinskje Raap||Rinkel Film||The Netherlands|
|Netherlands Film Fund||Jasper Boon||Boondocs||The Netherlands|
|Norwegian Film Institute||Nicholas Sando||Filmbin||Norway|
|Norwegian Film Institute||Lillian Løvseth||Trollfilm/Smallville films||Norway|
|Norwegian Film Institute||Julia Andersen||Fjordic Film||Norway|
|Norwegian Film Institute||Verona Meier||APE & BJøRN (STORM GROUP)||Norway|