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21 PROJECTS SELECTED FOR YOUNG HORIZONS INDUSTRY 2024

9 Jul - 2024

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Young Horizon has announced the selected projects to be pitched at the event (30.09-2.10.2024, Warsaw). 11 films and 10 series were selected from 97 submissions.

16 projects will be presented in In Development and 5 titles in Work in Progress sections.

This year’s selection was carefully picked by the jury. Films were chosen by Fiona van Heemstra, Screenwriter, The Netherlands, Moritz Hemminger, Head of Sales & Acquisitions at The Playmaker, Germany, Anna Waśniewska-Gill, Producer and Partner at WONDER X, Poland. Series projects were selected by Marina Narishkin, Expert in the Business of Entertainment, Serial Entrepreneur, IP Brand Builder, France, Dunja Karlovsek, Editor of Children’s Shows and Media Psychologist, RTV Slovenija, Slovenia, Tim Biedert, Production & Development Executive, Germany.

Official selection – key information

Selected projects are from 16 countries (including co-production countries). Most projects come from Poland (5) and CEE countries (4 projects from Bulgaria, The Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine), followed by Norway (3), Belgium (2), Germany (2). Austria, Brazil, Finland, France, Ireland present one project each. 4 projects (20%) are international co-productions with countries such as The Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Poland, and Spain.

The majority of projects are aimed at children between 7 and 12 yo (70%), followed by preschool (20%), teens and young adults (10%).

Among selected films there are live-action (5), animation (2), live-action/animation (1), documentary (3) projects. Which gives eleven films in total. Among selected series there are animation (5), live-action (3), live-action with CGI (1), anidoc (1) projects. Which gives ten series in total.

Wide genre spectrum of selected projects include comedy, fantasy, coming of age, fairy tale, musical, drama, anidoc, and adventure titles.

Three projects (Whatever Happened, Welcome to Vegetown, Rainy Days) gained direct invitation as Young Horizons Industry winners selected by our team at m:brane, Animarkt Stop Motion Forum and CEE Animation Forum.

The 8th international co-production forum will take place from 30 September to 2 October 2024 on-site in Warsaw and online, as part of the Young Horizons International Film Festival. Accreditations will be on sale from 1 July.

Market Presentation and Market Screenings titles will be unveiled in a separate press release later on.

List of the selected projects

In Development

  • The Adventures of Baltazar Gąbka, live-action film, TV Working, Poland
  • Basia and a Doggy Summer, animated film, GS Animation / Grupa Smacznego, Poland
  • Christmas Snow, live-action film, Contrabas Video Production, Ukraine
  • Holy Mary, live-action film, Samson Films, Ireland
  • Lampie, live-action/animated film, Leitwolf Filmproduktion, Germany
  • Little Big Ones, anidoc series, Czech Television, The Czech Republic
  • Mega Pals, live-action with CGI series, 20 Pictures to Midnight (co-producers RTBF, House Media Company, Coin Film, Digital Voodooh), Belgium, Luxembourg, Poland, Germany
  • The Mystery of Music, live-action film, Overlock Entertainment, Bulgaria
  • The Mystery Package, documentary film, A5 film, Norway
  • Rainy Days, animated series, Animadre Studio, Austria
  • Rat King, animated film, Traumhaus Studios, Germany
  • Sneakermania, live-action series, Helsinki-filmi, Finland
  • The Treehouse, animated series, Tropical Entretenimento (co-producer Smart Diseños), Brazil, The Netherlands
  • Ursa the Polar Bear, animated series, Upnorth Film, Norway
  • Welcome to Vegetown, stop motion animated series, Toku, France
  • Whatever Happened, live-action series, Fabelaktiv, Norway

Work in Progress

  • Animals of the East, documentary film, Admiral Films, Slovakia
  • Ban, live-action series, 20 Pictures to Midnight (co-producer RTBF), Belgium
  • Ghetto Classic, documentary film, Dynamo Film (co-producer WKND), Poland, Spain
  • The Great Book of Feelings, animated series, EGoFilm, Poland
  • Pixie, live-action film, Green Rat Production (co-producers Heaven’S Gate, WFDiF, Stuchlik Wojciech Film Production), Poland, The Czech Republic

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