Thursday, 15 May 2014

What is Cartoon Forum, exactly? Deadline: 27 May

What is Cartoon Forum? Only Europe's biggest TV pitch-fest for animation. If you have a project in your head that you would like to submit to producers, business angels and broadcasters, Cartoon Forum is the place to be. The deadline to submit your TV project is 27 May. So, you have just under two weeks to sharpen your pencils and polish your pitch.

To get started, visit the Cartoon Forum application page. This supplies full details of how to enter, and the link to the online form.
The details:

The 25th Cartoon Forum, the co-pro and pitching event for animated TV series, will take place from 23-26 Sep 2014 in Toulouse (France), gathering 850 animation professionals, including 250 buyers.

To find out more, watch these videos

- Why attend? Interviews of participants

- What is it? User guide

Got questions? The person who runs Cartoon Forum is Annick Maes, Cartoon Forum Director, and you can reach her by email:
or by phone: +32 2 242 93 43

Even the mighty Peppa Pig began as an idea....
Here at Bucks we encourage all our students to pitch ideas for animation, for TV series, for movies - anything that gets you thinking about the creative side of animation. Becoming an animator is not just about learning your craft, it's about thinking, creating - coming up with ideas. Who knows? Your idea could be the next Peppa Pig, Bob The Builder, or Teletubbies.

So what's stopping you?


Editor's note: For more on Cartoon Forum, see our previous post here, and also here. To find out about how an animated TV series get made, see our transcript of a lecture by London's Blue Zoo, To read about Cartoon Movie, where you can pitch animated movies, see this post.

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