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The 15th edition of Animation Production Days (APD) will be held online from 4th to 7th May 2021 as a part of the Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film (ITFS) and FMX. This year, the APD jury has selected 51 projects from 22 countries. 97 projects were submitted to APD 2021 and it is the new record in the event’s 15-year history. Among the selected projects, around 60% of them are TV series projects, half of the other projects are feature film projects, and another half are cross-media projects.

You can read more about APD 2021 from here.

Our Picks

We picked up 8 projects that caught our attention from the 51 selected projects.

Bugs and Guns
Director: Daniel Acht
Scriptwriter: Jens-Christian Seele
Producer: Sebastian Wehner (Wolkenlenker, Germany)
Format: TV series 52 x 11’
Target audience: 8 – 12 years
Technique: 2D digital

Kryptomnesia
Director: TBC
Scriptwriter: Tibor Baumann
Producer: Raphael Wallner (Emerge & See Filmproduktion, Germany)
Format: Feature 90’
Target audience: Adults
Technique: 2D digital

Lambs
Director: Gottfried Mentor
Scriptwriter: Gottfried Mentor
Producer: Thomas Meyer-Hermann (Studio FILM BILDER, Germany)
Format: TV series 26 x 5’
Target audience: 4 – 8 years
Technique: 3D digital

Masked Cinderella
Director: Myriam Ballesteros
Scriptwriter: Txema Ocio
Producer: Maria Bonaria Fois (Mondo TV Iberoamérica, Spain)
Format: TV series 26 x 22’
Target audience: 6 – 12 years
Technique: 2D digital
*: You can read our interview article on this animation project here.

Mitch-Match
Director: Géza M. Tóth
Scriptwriter: Géza M. Tóth
Producer: Géza M. Tóth (KEDD Animation Studio, Hungary)
Format: TV series 52 x 2’30’’
Target audience: 6+ years / Family
Technique: Stop-motion
*: You can read our interview article on this animation project here.

My Friend the Sun
Director: Mike Uriegas
Scriptwriter: Mike Uriegas
Producer: Mike Uriegas (Fotosíntesis Media, Mexico)
Format: Feature 80’
Target audience: Children
Technique: 2D digital

One Minute Movie
Directors: Nicolas Mahler and Stefan Holaus
Scriptwriter: Nicolas Mahler
Producer: Olivier Zobrist (Langfilm, Switzerland)
Format: TV series 30 x 1’
Target audience: Young adults / Adults
Technique: 2D digital

Space Ham
Director: Nicolai Vielwerth
Scriptwriters: Sisse Haugland and Thit Hvidfeldt
Producer: Henrik Danstrup Holst (MiniCosmos, Denmark)
Format: TV series 26 x 9’
Target audience: 10 – 12 years / Family
Technique: 2D digital / 3D digital