Let’s take a look at what reps from Disney, KiKA, Sprout, and more, are keeping an eye on.
KiKA head of fiction and co-productions Sebastian Debertin surprised himself by finding more than three projects of co-production interest by the half-way point of AAS (his first), and was equally impressed by the professionalism of the event. “Cartoon Forum took 20 or more years to get to its level. That Kidscreen and its partners and sponsors were able to create such a professional summit bringing producers, broadcasters and investors together in such a short time is definitely a good thing.”
Specific pitches that got Debertin’s attention were Flying Bark Productions’ 39 x seven-minute interactive food-themed series Lulu (Australia), Anya Animation’s 26 x 22-minute underwater adventure series Blue Yonder (Thailand), and Neon Pumpkin’s 52 x 11-minute CG-animated series ChiChi (South Korea).
Read more : http://kidscreen.com/2013/12/12/asian-animation-summit-broadcasters-make-their-top-project-picks/#ixzz2txP0xfEJ
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