Kids Kino Industry Talks. First webinar starts November 30th

Poland’s international co-production forum for films and series aimed at the children’s market.
Part of the Kids Kino International Film Festival.

Kids Kino Industry Talks. Register now

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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We start the KKI Talks with a session

“Coping with uncertainty – navigating live-action children’s film releases through pandemic”.

The session will be run on ZOOM, 30 November, 12:00-13:00 CET.

This webinar is perfect for you if:


  • you are a producer working on live-action feature films for children.
  • you are planning the financing structure of your film?
  • you have a finished film or a film at production/postproduction stage and wonder what to do.
  •  you are a distributor who is trying to find the way how to deal with  current situations caused by the COVID-19.


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COPING WITH UNCERTAINTY – navigating live-action children’s film releases through the pandemic


When: 30 November, 12:00 – 13:00 CET
Where: ZOOM
Cost: FREE


Free to register


TWO projects TWO different decisions and ONE pandemic that continues to disrupt everyone working in the creative industries. This webinar follows up on two projects introduced at Kids Kino Industry’s earlier edition – “Triple Trouble” (Poland) and “Christmas in the Jungle” (Latvia, Estonia) and will assess how this year’s challenging situation affected their release strategies. In a lively panel talk our guests will share their experience on their distribution & marketing decisions, discuss the role of cinema and festival recognition, reflect whether pre-sales remain viable and how to plan within uncertainty in the future.  

This event is aimed at companies who produce live-action feature films for children and who are planning their financing structure. 

The session will be moderated by Marina Andree Škop (Founder & Producer Studio Dim, Croatia).


Meet the panelists

Agnieszka Dziedzic

Agnieszka Dziedzic

Founder and producer, Koi Studio, Poland

Founder and co-owner of a production company Koi Studio. In 2015 granted the award for the Best Polish Producer Debut by Polish Film Institute and Polish Audiovisual Producers Chamber for the film Little Crushes. Her latest films include the German co-productionWhatever Happen Next which premiered in Berlinale in 2018 and an adventure drama for kids Double Trouble (350 000 tickets sold). Graduate of many international trainings programs such as EAVE Puentes, EAVE Producers Workshops. She is the member of Polish Guild of Producers and a board member of Polish Audiovisual Producers Chamber.

Cezary Kruszewski

Cezary Kruszewski

Head of Distribution, NEXT FILM, Poland

Associated with the film industry since 2010. For the first 5 years he was responsible for marketing and educational activities at the Atlantic cinema in Warsaw. In 2015, he took the position of Head of distribution in Next Film, which specializes in the distribution of Polish films.

Karolina Makuch

Karolina Makuch

Digital Marketing Coordinator, NEXT FILM, Poland

Digital Marketing Coordinator at Next Film, responsible for strategies and execution. Karolina has over 4 years experience as a marketer and has experience in digital marketing, social media, content strategy and influencer marketing. Previously, at indaHash, responsible for content creation and developing influencer marketing strategies for the biggest brands in almost 70 markets.  

Tania Pinto Da Cunha

Tania Pinto Da Cunha

Vice-President/Partner, PINK PARROT MEDIA, Canade/Spain

Tania started in the business in 1997 working for prestigious companies such as Pathé International, Hanway Films and Lola Films as Director of Sales and Acquisitions. Then she fell deeply in love with the world of animated children films and tv series while working for Dygra Films in 2005 as Managing Director and Executive Producer. She has since then acquired several credits as Executive Producer. Until recently, she was the Sales Associate at Sola Media, well known for its expertise in the international family entertainment business. At present she runs Pink Parrot Media with her partner since they launched it at the Berlinale in 2018.

Dominiks Jarmakovičs

Dominiks Jarmakovičs

Producer, Production Manager, STUDIO LOCOMOTIVE, Latvia

Most of his work is associated with productions done in Studio Locomotive for the past few years, produced four features and co-produced four features. Dominik is one of the most active producers of the new generation in Latvia. At the moment continuing work on post-production of films “The Year Before the War”, “Christmas in the Jungle” and co-productions “Erik Stoneheart”, “Songs for a Fox”. In production with feature animation “Rule of the Heart”, feature co-production “Sleeping Beast”. While focusing on movie production, Dominiks has wide experience in production TV documentaries, music videos and commercials.

Marina Andree Škop

Marina Andree Škop

Founder & Producer, Studio Dim, Croatia

Director and producer focused on creation of challenging content for children. With more than 20 years of experience in production, Marina’s portfolio includes 20 awarded movies and TV titles.  She co-directed and produced SF feature for kids MY GRANDPA IS AN ALIEN (2019) which won fifteen international awards. She is a member of Croatian Freelance Artists’ Association and Croatian Producer Association.

Marina will moderate the session.

Registration Form

Coping With Uncertainty – navigating live-action children’s film releases through the pandemic

When: November, 30th 12:00 – 13:00 CET (GMT + 2)

By clicking the "Register Now" button you submit your information to the KKI Talks organizer, who will use it to communicate with you regarding this event. After registration you will receive a confirmation email with a link to the ZOOM.

Learn more about the projects:

“Triple Trouble”

Triple Trouble is another portion of the adventures of Julka and Olek. When Monet’s Beach in Pourville disappears from the National Museum in Poznań – the children face a task – to find the painting, discover the identity of the thief and save an innocent painter accused of the theft. A harmonious duo begins an investigation, but suddenly a crazy twelve-year-old Felka appears on the horizon and trouble comes with her. The story of jealousy and trust is intertwined with solving a criminal mystery. Triple Trouble is the story of a tested friendship, which can become even stronger.

“Christmas in the Jungle”

Moving from Latvia to exotic Indonesia has proven to be quite a challenge for Paula’s family. Her Mother has a hard time adapting to the country. Her sister, Kate, is entering puberty. And her Father’s workaholic nature is causing tension in the family that has even resulted in talk of divorce. Paula realises that the only thing that can save her family is a Christmas miracle, but there’s no winter in Indonesia. The local boy Akim offers a ray of hope by telling Paula about a man from the North who lives in the jungle. This man must surely be Santa Claus himself. Even the recent uproar over lost tourists and rumours of cannibalism don’t stop the two kids from deciding to go into the jungle. Who said there’s no Christmas in the jungle?  

Free to register