Thirty-six new animated TV projects from Australia, Malaysia, Korea and Singapore will be unveiled at the first annual Asian Animation Summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, December 10 to 11.
The projects fall into two categories:
Partially financed are fully developed projects that have already raised at least 15% of their budgets, and are seeking further financing through broadcaster pre-sales and/or co-production, co-financing and distribution arrangements.
The partially financed selections are…
Circus Show – Studio Gale (Korea)
DuniaEicak (The World of Eicak) – Addeen Multimedia (Malaysia)
Exchange Student Zero – Cartoon Network Asia Pacific
Fantastic Forest – Chocolate Liberation Front (Australia)
Harry & Bunny Show – Animasia Studio (Malaysia)
Herb & Ray’s Yum – Sticky Pictures (Australia)
KEMY (Season 2) – GNG Entertainment (Korea)
Oddbods – One Animation (Singapore)
Origanimals – Giggle Garage (Malaysia)
PadaZamanDahulu (Once Upon a Time): Season 3 – Les Copaque Productions (Malaysia)
Prisoner Zero – Planet 55 Studios (Australia)
Rimba Racer – Glue Studios (Malaysia)
Skyrunners – Beyond Screen Productions (Australia)
Super Mega Hyper Pets –Flying Bark Productions (Australia)
Ted & Dory Detectives – Sunwoo Entertainment (Korea)
The Eggsperts – RE Productions (Australia)
Zoorocco – Tripod Entertainment (Malaysia)
In development are projects in development that have secured the endorsement of an Asian-region broadcaster, and are seeking co-producers and/or broadcaster and distributor support for further development and production funding.
And the in development selections are…
Babyccino – mememe productions (Australia)
Beat Band – Grafizix (Korea)
Bottersnikes and Gumbles – Ambience Entertainment (Australia)
Buzzzz Pong! – MBC C&I (Korea)
Eeny, Meany, Manemo – Studio Moggozi (Korea)
Eggbot – NHC Media (Korea)
Evie & Tom’s Mad Hair Days – Lemonade Digital (Australia)
Ghost Catcher – Eyecon Productions (Singapore)
Little Kalari Warriors – Toonz Entertainment (Singapore)
Niubizi – One Animation (Singapore)
Poop Fiction: Learning History From the Bottom Up – Pixie Books (Singapore)
Ramiro – Liquid Animation (Australia)
Sunsastera – The R&D Studio (Malaysia)
Survival in the Jungle – Electric Circus (Korea)
The Amazing AwangKhenit – Sead Studios (Malaysia)
Totally Tentastic! – Story Me Studios (Malaysia)
WonderBalls! – Synergy Media (Korea)
Zero Hero – Tapir Reka Studio (Malaysia)
Zoodiac – Scrawl Studios (Singapore)
Images of each project are available on the Asian Animation Summit website at www.asiananimationsummit.com/Home/Project.
An initiative of Australia’s ABC TV, Korea’s KOCCA and Malaysia’s MDeC, the Asian Animation Summit is produced and owned by Kidscreen.
Over the two-day event, each project will be presented in a moderated live pitch and Q&A format, with plenty of time for follow-up meetings and casual networking built into the schedule.
AAS 2012 takes place two days after Asia Television Forum (December 5 to 7), with a weekend in between for travel from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur.