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TTB Europe-Asia Hub | Animation Lab

FVG Audiovisual Fund

One lab for 4 European and 4 Asian animation producers, which takes place both fully online in October/November and onsite at the Asia TV Forum & Market (ATF) in Singapore, in cooperation with ATF, SAAVA and CEE Animation Workshop. The lab will primarily be focused on animation for kids with different formats such as shorts, series and features. Participants have access to leading Asian and European animation key-players, VOD platform commissioning editors, private equity investors, and share best practices on how to maximise their IP rights in the two markets.








Lab 1: online
Lab 2: Singapore, December

Application deadline


With our new TTB Labs we are expanding our network of participants to include European and Asian distributors and animation producers as well as European sales agents. We will share sessions online/onsite among all TTB Hub participants, in order to facilitate a constructive dialogue between distributors, sales agents and producers. The sessions will be dedicated to specific topics, which will contribute to keeping our participants abreast with the latest market changes by analysing new opportunities for sales, distribution and production in Asia and Europe. TTB Labs will also serve as inspirational labs for developing new business models.

All TTB Labs will be designed as 2-4 days residential/hybrid labs.

TTB stands for TIES THAT BIND Europe-Asia Hub with an expanded scope as a 360° hub and key reference for all European professionals who wish to develop long-lasting industry connections with Asian professionals and access the diverse Asian market. In close collaboration with some of the leading European networks of producers, sales agents and distributors, and some of the most prominent Asian film markets and promotional agencies, TTB offers an umbrella that spans over the whole value chain.

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The FVG AUDIOVISUAL FUND is a regional fund aimed at supporting the development of local film companies and promoting regional audiovisual works in national and international markets. The Fund operates in three main sectors: training, development and production. In the last fifteen years the FVG Audiovisual Fund has supported more than 180 projects. Along with the ordinary management of the funding scheme, the FVG Audiovisual Fund has organized several international platforms for cinema professionals from all around the world such as When East Meets West, Ties That Bind - Asia Europe Coproduction Workshop and RE-ACT, a co-development funding scheme in cooperation with Croatian Audiovisual Centre and Slovenian Film Centre).

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