KIDS KINO LAB
Luka lives with his quite harmonious and pleasant family in a very interesting neighbourhood in the suburbs. During a turbulent period, big misunderstandings and conflicts start to emerge within the family. Left alone, Luka immerses himself in fiction, trying to find a solution for all the problems. He meets a girl in an abandoned factory complex where he often spends his time practising his “superpowers” and she begins to help Luka develop a plan to fix the now-endangered family relationships.
*The project was developed within Kids Kino Lab script development workshop. Call for projects for next edition is now open.
Format: Live-action film
Country of Production: Montenegro, Serbia, Noth Macedonia
Target Audience: Children 10-12, Teenagers
Production Company: Giggling Goat Company
Producer: Marko Jaćimović
Scriptwriter: Ana Vujadinović
Kids Kino Lab Tutor: Philip LaZebnik
Goals at the Kids Kino Industry:
Distributor / Broadcaster
Ana graduated in 2014 at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Cetinje, in the Department of Dramaturgy, and made her debut as a screenwriter with the feature film Iskra, directed by Gojko Berkuljan. The film achieved notable results at many European and world festivals, and was the Montenegrin candidate for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2018 American Academy Awards. Her second feature film, directed by Nikola Vukcevic, titled Face of Honor, is in the post-production phase, with its premiere scheduled for 2021. Planet 7693, her third film project, will be directed by Gojko Berkuljan and it is currently in the pre-production phase.
Born in 1979, Marko studied Production at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Cetinje, with a focus on film production. After graduating, he worked on several international co-productions. The first was the short film Diva, directed by Christophe Jarosz from France, and the second was the documentary I Was 10 Years Old, directed by Velibor Čović.