On May 12 the ninth edition of Serial Eyes came to a close a successful Final Pitch at Soho House Berlin in front of a full house of international producers, commissioners and agents.
The pitches kicked off with Will Buckinham’s comedy Trista Tolstoy about a scandalised novelist searching for a second chance. Louise Silverio’s drama Division Brute took us into the world of parisian youth. Up next was Toxic from Barbora Námero´va who captivated with her eco-thiller series. Pavlo Voytovych closed the first section with his Ukrainien comedy Director’s Cut.
The second section kicked off with Ivana Sujova who presented her teen horror series Moonchild set in a supernatual world of death, ghosts, and nightmares. Timothée Prudhomme followed up with his supernatural drama More which tells the story of passengers about a cruise ship heading for the afterlife. Next up was Lola Faroux who presented her psychological thriller, Syndrome. To close off, Hugo Apruzesse pitched his wild animated comedy, Asshole Land, about a teenage war lord and her crazy adventures.
The final block of pitches got underway with Kálmán Gastonyi who presented his Sci-Fi drama set in murky world of Hungary’s oligarchy, Anew. THIRTY, a comedy drama about a lost millennial trying to find her way, was pitched by Kristina Peter. And finally, Anna-Lena Theobald closed the show with her legal drama, In the Name of the People.
It was a spectacular day full of wonderful and entertaining pitches. We would like to thank our guests for their attendance, and best of luck to the class of 2021–22 with their projects.
You can view our final pitches here. If you’re interested in the projects and would like to contact the writers directly, please download our Final Pitch booklet.