POLISH PROJECTS AT CARTOON FORUM
Two Polish projects will take part in Cartoon Forum, which this year takes place September 10th - 13th in Toulouse.
Cartoon Forum is the most prestigious industry event, which gathers animation professionals: producers, distributors and media. Since 1990 it successfully leads to finalization of animated film projects. Each year several dozen films are selected by the Forum. During the 3-day-long event the producers have an opportunity to present their projects in front of 950 broadcasters, investors and potential partners from 40 countries.
This year's edition of Cartoon Forum will take place September 10th - 13th in Toulouse. The selected productions will be presented at the forum by the authors to the media and production companies representatives as well as distributors in the form of 45-minute presentations.
This year two Polish projects will take part in the Cartoon Forum:
Odo - Animated series based on Oliver Austria's book "Odo". Production: Letko
Odo is a shy owl who's only 6 years old. His parents send him to a summer camp where he meets a lot of various birds. Shy Odo conquers his timidity and fears to make new friends.
A Bear Named Wojtek - 30-minute animated film coproduced by Poland and the UK.
"A Bear Named Wojtek" tells the fantastic journey of an orphaned Syrian brown bear who was adopted by Polish soldiers during World War II, becoming a beacon of hope and an emblem of their fate.
The full list of the selected projects in available on the Cartoon Forum website