Submit your projects in development for our Junior Co-production Market!
The Junior Co-production Market is one single, integrated co-production market during the Cinekid festival that enables financiers, broadcasters and professionals to asess new and innovative children’s film and television projects.
The Call for Entry for this year’s Junior Co-production Market is now open. If you are currently developing a new children’s media project, we would be interested to receive it as an entry for the Junior Co-production Market. You can submit your project by filling in our online entry form.
Regulations can be found on our entries page.
The deadline for submissions has been extended to 3 July 2017.
Your project in development can be a film or television project. You will pitch your project in pre-arranged one-to-one meetings to key decision-makers within the children’s media industry. These will include financiers, sales agents, distributors, commissioning editors, producers, funding bodies, branding companies, entertainment companies, etc. Your project must have a minimum of 10% financing already in place.
Every year over 200 industry professionals visit the Junior Co-production Market. 50% of the professionals in attendance are producers, the other 50% are financiers looking to find new productions they’re keen to participate in. Aside from the one-to-one meetings there are many industry drinks, lunch and dinner opportunities to network and meet the financiers that you are looking for. he market is part of Cinekid for Professionals, a four day industry event for children´s media professionals.
The Junior Co-production Market will take place on 26 & 27 October 2017.
Financiers that have previously attended the market include:
Attraction Distribution (Canada), Sola Media (Germany), High Point Media (UK), Global Screen (Germany), Family Films (France), Jekino (Belgium), Lumiere (Belgium / Netherlands), Kinodvor (Slovenia), Finnish Film Foundation (Finland), Filmförderung Hamburg (Germany), Irish Film Board (Ireland), Netherlands Film Fund (Netherlands), PGS Entertainment (France), Copenhagen Bombay (Denmark), Nelvana / Corus (Canada), Motion Pictures (Spain), Folimage (France), Danish Film Institute (Denmark), Telescreen (Netherlands), KidsPlant Distribution (France), De Agostini (Italy), Technicolor (UK), Vodka Capital (Spain).
YLE (Finland), NRK (Norway), SVT (Sweden), DR TV (Denmark), RAI (Italy), KRO (Netherlands), VPRO (Netherlands), Zapp (Netherlands), VRT (Belgium), KIKA / ZDF (Germany), Pakapaka (Argentina), Globosat (Brazil), Arte Junior (France), Cartoon Network (UK), MTV, RTL Disney, ZDF (Germany), Nickelodeon, Czech TV, HRT (Croatia), and many more!