Nearly two dozen new animation concepts from across Asia Pacific have been chosen to participate in the 2015 Asian Animation Summit showcase next month in Jeju, Korea.
Each project will be presented to broadcasters, co-producers, distributors and investors from Asia and the international marketplace in a moderated live-pitch and Q&A format. Ample follow-up time for meetings and casual networking has also been built into the Summit’s schedule.
Informative conference sessions based on topics relevant to Asian animation producers will kick off each morning of the three-day event, which runs from December 7 to 9, following the Asia Television Forum in Singapore the previous week.
The 23 concepts chosen to represent the best in kids animated TV development from countries such as Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, Singapore, China and more are:
- Animon Race, Lunchbox Studio (Thailand)
- Bloody Bunny, 2Spot Communications (Thailand)
- Buck and Buddy, Lil Critter Workshop (Malaysia)
- Cliol The Story Teller, ATAPY (Thailand)
- Ditto with Dinosaur Friends, Mansi_Beijing Audio Visual Creative Company (China)
- Fridgies,Giggle Garage (Malaysia)
- FrienZoo, Grafizix (Korea)
- GOGO DINO, Studio Moggozi (Korea)
- J For Adventure, August Media/Transmedia For Change (Singapore/Australia)
- Katuri, FunnyFlux Entertainment (Korea)
- Maya & the Marinauts, The R&D Studio (Malaysia)
- Modoo Modoo Show, PNI System (Malaysia)
- Mondo Yan, Toonz Animation (India)
- Naughty Nuts, MOSTAPES (Korea)
- Rocky Dollies, Rocky Dolly Studio (Thailand)
- Shasha & Noah go to SuSu Land, YG Films (Malaysia)
- Space Drone, Pictionary Art Factory (Korea)
- Spongo & Fuzz, Cheeky Little Media (Australia)
- Takraw Super, Kick Moon House Studio (Thailand)
- The Time-Travel Adventures of Annie & Ben, YoBoHo (India)
- Tobix, IG PUMPKIN (Korea)
- Tony Jetskate, Blindspot Studios (Malaysia)
- Toteboom, Playtune (Malaysia)
Hosted by KOCCA (Korea), the 2015 Asian Animation Summit is owned and produced by Kidscreen, in association with presenting partners SIPA and DITP (Thailand), MDeC and MCMC (Malaysia) and supporting partner Screen Australia, with a mandate to facilitate international financing and co-production connections for projects from the Asian region.