|Cartoon Forum 2020|
If you have an idea for a TV series in your head, Cartoon Forum is the place to pitch it.
The deadline to submit your series project this year is 6 May. So, you have a little more time to sharpen your pencils, fill out some forms - and make your pitch perfect.
Cartoon Forum is a European pitching and co-production event for TV animation. It includes 850 participants from 35 countries, including 250 buyers.
Does it work?
Cartoon Forum says it has successfully resulted in over 800 series financed for a budget of €2.8 billion since its creation in 1990.
Cartoon Forum is officially bi-lingual. Everyone has headsets, and translators will translate your English language pitch into French. Of course, it helps to parler un peu Franglais, but that's just good manners.
Where and When
Cartoon Forum takes place from 14-17 September 2020 in Toulouse, France.
When is the deadline?
The deadline to send in your pitch is ? May.
How do you apply?
To get started, visit the Cartoon Forum official site. This supplies full details of how to enter, and the link to the online form.
To find out more, watch these videos
- Why attend? Interviews of participants
- What is it? User guide
|Peppa Pig began at Cartoon Forum|
The person who runs Cartoon Forum is Annick Maes, Cartoon Forum Director, and you can reach her by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or by phone: +32 2 242 93 43
Animators are storytellers
Here at Animation Apprentice 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.
To find out more about Animation Apprentice, click here for a link to Frequently Asked Questions. To sign up for our next classroom at Animation Apprentice, follow this link.