27-29.09.2022 warsaw / hybrid
30.09.2022 online

poland’s international co-production forum for films and series aimed at the children’s market. part of kids kino international film festival.

poland’s international co-production forum for films and series aimed at the children’s market. part of kids kino international film festival.

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Green Bean Camp

GENERAL INFORMATION


Format: Live-action film
Genre: Family / Adventure
Duration: 90′
Country of Production: Spain
Target Audience: Children 7–12
Language: Spanish
Production Company: Coming Soon Films
Producers: Marta Ramírez, Lluís Ruscalleda
Scriptwriter: Anna Espinach

Estimated Budget: 2,250,000 EUR
Confirmed Financing: 5%

Goals at Kids Kino Industry:

Funding / Co-producer / Distributor / Sales agent

LOGLINE


A group of kids discover that the organizers of their summer camp are experimenting on them.

SYNOPSIS


Five kids (7 to 13) are isolated because of a skin rash while attending Camp Green Bean. Virus? Allergy? Nil, Pepa, Bruna, Tete, and Basma have little in common, but they all agree that they are not willing to spend their holidays locked inside a room, so they are going to try get outside at night while everyone’s asleep. What begins as a game to kill boredom ends in a disturbing discovery. Green Bean, the food company that sponsors the camp, has been using them to test a new additive that could mean a giant step towards improving the global health. But how far is Green Bean willing to go if things don’t go according to plan?

PITCHING TEAM


Lluís Ruscalleda

Producer

Lluís Ruscalleda has a degree in audiovisual communication and he obtained a scholarship from La Caixa to pursue a master’s degree at the University of Westminster. He worked several years as a product manager for Filmax and for 20th Century Fox, and as a senior film booker and trade marketing specialist for Cinesa AMC. In 2021, he joined Coming Soon as an executive producer.

Anna Espinach

Scriptwriter

Anna Espinach studied screenwriting at ESCAC in Barcelona. Since graduating, she has worked as a scriptwriter and script coordinator for many children’s programs and series, such as Lua and the World and Horaci the Inuit – which also gave rise to a series of books. She is a published author of children’s books and teaches scriptwriting at different film schools.