Asian Animation Summit launches in December

The first Asian Animation Summit is set to launch in December and will present 36 animated television series from producers across the region.

Producers from Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and Korea will present their series in the hope of finding international coproducers and financiers.

The event will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on December 10 and 11, a few days after the Asia Television Forum in Singapore. It is presented by Kidscreen in association with Australian public broadcaster ABC, Korean Creative Content Agency (KOCCA), Malaysian National ICT Initiative and Screen Australia. It is sponsored by Cartoon Network.

A full list of the projects is below.

Partially Financed:

Circus Show – Studio Gale (Korea)
DuniaEicak (The World of Eicak) – Addeen Multimedia (Malaysia)
Exchange Student Zero – Cartoon Network Asia Pacific
Fantastic Forest – Chocolate Liberation Front (Australia)
Harry & Bunny Show – Animasia Studio (Malaysia)
Herb & Ray’s Yum – Sticky Pictures (Australia)
KEMY (Season 2) – GNG Entertainment (Korea)
Oddbods – One Animation (Singapore)
Origanimals – Giggle Garage (Malaysia)
PadaZamanDahulu (Once Upon a Time): Season 3 – Les Copaque Productions (Malaysia)
Prisoner Zero – Planet 55 Studios (Australia)
Rimba Racer – Glue Studios (Malaysia)
Skyrunners – Beyond Screen Productions (Australia)
Super Mega Hyper Pets –Flying Bark Productions (Australia)
Ted & Dory Detectives – Sunwoo Entertainment (Korea) – pictured above
The Eggsperts – RE Productions (Australia)
Zoorocco – Tripod Entertainment (Malaysia)

In Development:

Babyccino – mememe productions (Australia)
Beat Band – Grafizix (Korea)
Bottersnikes and Gumbles – Ambience Entertainment (Australia)
Buzzzz Pong! – MBC C&I (Korea)
Eeny, Meany, Manemo – Studio Moggozi (Korea)
Eggbot – NHC Media (Korea)
Evie & Tom’s Mad Hair Days – Lemonade Digital (Australia)
Ghost Catcher – Eyecon Productions (Singapore)
Little Kalari Warriors – Toonz Entertainment (Singapore)
Niubizi – One Animation (Singapore)
Poop Fiction: Learning History From the Bottom Up – Pixie Books (Singapore)
Ramiro – Liquid Animation (Australia)
Sunsastera – The R&D Studio (Malaysia)
Survival in the Jungle – Electric Circus (Korea)
The Amazing AwangKhenit – Sead Studios (Malaysia)
Totally Tentastic! – Story Me Studios (Malaysia)
WonderBalls! – Synergy Media (Korea)
Zero Hero – Tapir Reka Studio (Malaysia)
Zoodiac – Scrawl Studios (Singapore)

Read Next