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18-Apr-2014 1:04am PDT  

 

WILDsound FEEDBACK Film and Screenplay Festival

5 Annual:

  TV PILOT/SPEC Screenplay Contest

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DEADLINES & ENTRY FEES

Discounted fees apply to projects with pre-purchased Discount Packs, on entry fees greater than 15.00.

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Standard Fee 40.00 35.00



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PRIZES & AWARDS
This category is a competition.


1st Place
Winning script will have their screenplay read out loud at WILDsound’s Screenplay Event in front of a crowd of industry professionals using top actors from around the world. A great step to having your script made into a film. But mainly what this festival does is give exposure to the writer as all of the winners obtain an agent afterwards. If you can’t make the event, the event is completely recorded and you can see the event online.


CATEGORY RULES
PRIZES & AWARDS

Top 3 Entries
TOP 3 Script winners will have their script read at WILDsound's event in front of industry types using Top Professional Actors in Toronto. The audience will vote on their favorite SPEC SCRIPT and you will get a meeting with a TOP Agent or if you decide differently, a top TV Studio Executive.

Sponsor: FINAL DRAFT

CATEGORY RULES
WILDsound introduces its news competition.

Submit a TV SPEC SCREENPLAY or ORIGINAL TV PILOT and get the chance to see your script read out loud at our Screenplay Festival using professional actors and seen in front of industry types. A great way to get your words out there and obtain the Agent you're looking for or just get your script seen by more people.

DEFINITION OF A TV SPEC SCREENPLAY - A script written from an already existing show (CSI, Curb Your Enthusiasm etc.) using the same characters and situations of that show. It's mainly used for agents to see the quality of your writing by seeing how you write characters, plots, themes with an already established and successful template. And for TV show runners to see the same.

The RULES are simple:

1. Write a TV script from an existing show that is currently on the air. (Rule of thumb is to limit new characters in the script as much as possible and write the stories behind the main characters) Script must be presented in proper screenplay format. OR submit your own original TV PILOT - Drama or Comedy

2. The TOP 3 winners will then have their script read out loud at WILDsound's Screenplay Event.