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27 Projects Selected for 2017 Asian Animation Summit

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27 Projects Selected for 2017 Asian Animation Summit

The 2017 Asian Animation Summit will be presenting 27 fresh animation concepts from creative houses across Asia-Pacific late this year, as the event returns to Brisbane, Australia Nov. 29-Dec. 1. Organizers expect roughly 250 potential co-producers, broadcasters, distributors and investors from the region and beyond to attend this year’s edition.

2017 selections are:

Bear & Salmon – Like A Photon Creative (Australia)

Billie B Brown – Princess Pictures (Australia)

Chippy Hood – MOSTAPES (South Korea)

Cican – Hellomotion (Indonesia)

Cubic Cats – Animatic Studios (Malaysia)

Cupcake Fairy Pink and Friends – B.I. Group (South Korea)

Egggoog – StudioINYO (South Korea)

Gaia’s Guardians – Xhabition (Thailand)

Get R.E.A.L. – Red Thirty One (Australia)

Gogo’s Book Journey – XrisP (South Korea)

Lunla – YGGDRAZIL (Thailand)

Marmalade – Mighty Nice (Australia)

Next Quest – Lil Critter Workshop (Malaysia)

Pets vs Aliens – Lumine Studio (Indonesia)

Pinkfong Wonderstar – SmartStudy (South Korea)

Ridiculous – Illusionist Animation Studio (Malaysia)

Salad Bunnies – Giggle Garage (Malaysia)

Silvers – Pow Studios (New Zealand)

Skyriders – Scribble Studios (Malaysia)

Slow Slow Sloth NEUL – JBugsCo (South Korea)

The Entomon Academy – Floating World Animation Studio (China)

The Fridgers – B.A.S.E. Studio (Indonesia)

The Jan and Rai Show – BES Animation (Australia)

Time Hopper – As-Motion Studios (Thailand)

Toby & Friends – MIRAYI (Malaysia)

Wings Across the World – Furneaux Media Productions (Australia)

Wormholes – Oh Yeah Wow (Australia)

Over three days, each AAS selection will be presented in a moderated live pitch and Q&A format, with time for follow-ups and networking built into the schedule. Roughly 50% of projects which debuted at previous AAS editions have since gone into production, including internationally known titles such as Bottersnikes & Gumbles (2012), Kuu Kuu Harajuku (2013), Wonderballs (2012) and Balloon Barnyard (2014).

AAS is owned and produced by Kidscreen, with generous support from hosting partners Screen Queensland and Brisbane Marketing; presenting partners KOCCA (Korea), MDEC (Malaysia) and DEPA/DITP (Thailand); and supporting partner AINAKI (Indonesia). More info at asiananimationsummit.com.

Bear & Salmon

Bear & Salmon

Gaia's Guardians

Gaia’s Guardians

Pinkfong Wonderstar

Pinkfong Wonderstar

Salad Bunnies

Salad Bunnies

The Fridgers

The Fridgers

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