Submit your project at Warsaw Kids Film Forum until the end of May

The call for projects for the 3rd edition of Warsaw Kids Film Forum, an international coproduction forum aimed at children’s market, was launched today. WKFF is the industry part of the Kids Film Festival and will take place from 25th to 27th of September 2019.

What kind of projects are we looking for?

  • Projects from Poland and Europe in development or at an early production stage
  • Projects that already have a producer and a script writer (director is not compulsory)
  • Features and TV series: animated, documentaries, live-action, transmedia

How to participate?

  • Click on:
  • Click on the “Registration” button
  • Fill in the form
  • Upload the files
  • Wait for a confirmation e-mail

In case of questions or any issues with registration please contact the project coordinator Zosia Horszczaruk at:

Who are we?

WKFF is an event for film industry showcasing content for children and young audience. In 3 days, 30 projects from Poland and abroad will be presented on screen and watched by producers, broadcasters, sales agents and distributors. Accompanying events include master classes, script and marketing consulting, case studies and workshops.

Who are the participants?

In order to meet a growing demand for networking between well-developed film industries and the emerging markets, we have hosted participants from various fields. The guests of previous editions included sales agents: Sola Media, Global Screen, Attraction Distribution, SF Filmindustri, Millimages as well as broadcasters: Canal +, NRK, YLE, NDR and also representatives from Netherland Film Funds, the Italian Ministry of Culture and the Polish Film Institute.

The majority of attendees were the producers who visited us from countries like: Croatia, Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Israel, Latvia, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Slovenia and Ukraine.

Warsaw Kids Film Forum connects professionals from markets producing high quality children’s content with film makers from countries where kid’s productions need developing.

More info:

Contact: Zosia Horszczaruk, Project Manager,