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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Monsters SOS

GENERAL INFORMATION


Format: Animated series
Genre: Adventure / Fantasy
Duration: 26 x 13’
Country of Production: Poland
Target Audience: Children 10–12, Teenagers
Language: Polish, English
Production Company: Likaon
Producer: Anna Mroczek
Scriptwriter: Izumi Yoshida

Estimated Budget: 2,400,000 EUR
Confirmed Financing: 48%

Goals at Kids Kino Industry:

Funding / Co-producer / Broadcaster

LOGLINE


Four young adventurers are off to chase monsters and help them find inner peace.

SYNOPSIS


The series tells an adventure story of Ignacy, Emma, Filip, and Tomira, who are friends in the first year of primary school. After school, the kids pursue a strange hobby – they chase Slavic ghosts, mares, and monsters that are forced to leave their natural habitat as they are pushed away by rising civilisations. The ghosts begin to sneak into society where they pull pranks on humans. It becomes clear that the ghosts need help in finding their safe home and inner peace. The group of friends experience exciting adventures, they learn to tolerate, respect each other, and take care of nature, but most importantly, they have fun together.

PITCHING TEAM


Anna Mroczek

Producer

Ten years ago, Anna Mroczek and her two friends started two companies – Likaon and WJTeam. Today, the companies have grown into a leading puppet animation studio in Poland. Anna’s interests include animation projects, both artistic and commercial ones. She’s a producer of Polish and international films.

Izumi Yoshida

Scriptwriter

Izumi Yoshida is a Lodz Film School graduate. Since 2017, she’s been a lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz. Her first film Kinks was nominated at many festivals and won numerous awards, including one at Split Film Festival in Croatia and another at Animator in Poland. In 2019, she was the Polish Film Institute’s expert in film animation.