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the 29th of September – 2nd of October 2020. This year ONLINE!
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Poland’s international co-production forum for films and series aimed at the children’s market. Part of the Kids Kino International Film Festival.

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Ninja from Manila

 

Logline: A father flies his dying son to Japan to fulfill his final wish: to become a ninja.

Format: Live-action film
Genre: Comedy / Family / Adventure / Drama
Duration: 100 min
Country of Production: Philippines
Target Audience: Children 7-9, Children 10-12, Teenagers
Production Company: vy/ac Productions
Producer: Alemberg Ang
Scriptwriters: Miko Livelo, Joma labayen, Mihk Vergara
Goals at the Kids Kino Industry: Funding / Co-producer / Sales agent / Distribution
Estimated Budget: 958 152 EUR
Confirmed Financing: 143 852 EUR

Alemberg Ang

Alemberg Ang

producer

Teacher turned producer, Ang’s filmmaking is shaped by his passion for socio-civic issues working with rising directors like Alvin Yapan (The Rapture of Fe, Golden Award, Cairo), Petersen Vargas (2 Cool 2 Be 4gotten, Audience Award, Torino LGBT) and Loy Arcenas (The Portrait, Asian Future Competition, Tokyo). He participated at Berlinale Talents and Locarno Open Doors.
Miko Livelo

Miko Livelo

scriptwriter, director

Miko Livelo is a Filipino film and TV director. After studying Fine Arts majoring in Advertising from the University of Sto. Tomas, he took up Film at the Asia Pacific Film Institute (APFI). He started his career as a motion graphics artist and soon directed his first film, Blue Bustamante (2013), his entry to the Cinema One Film Festival. The film premiered internationally at the Osaka Asian Film Festival. In 2014, together with filmmaker Joel Ferrer, Miko established the company Punchkick, where he wrote and directed series, ads and films. His most famous series is Tanods, a digital series under D5 Studio about a ragtag group of neighborhood watch. He also directed Sa Ngalan ni Ultimate Warrior (In the Name of Ultimate Warrior), a short film for the QCinema International Film Festival 2014 about a kid’s love for wrestling. He joined The Ideafirst Company shortly after and directed #ParangNormal Activity (2016,TV5) and I Love You To Death (2016, Regal films). He just finished directing two films, a friendship-comedy film, ‘Tol (2019), under Reality Entertainment, and Unlilife (2019), a fantasy-comedy adventure film under Regal films. His filmmaking is based on his personal experiences wrapped in humor, family and love for Japanese Tokukatsu shows.