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Announcing the New York Television Festival Script Competition

Posted 1 year, 5 months ago
 

Have you ever had an idea for a scripted TV comedy?  Think your workplace or life would make for a good sitcom?  Now is the time for you to act.

The New York Television Festival is calling for script submission for TV pilots. 

From NYTVF:

Over the last decade, the NYTVF has distinguished itself an industry leader in the cultivation and fostering of independent artists across episodic storytelling platforms while engaging a wide swath of decision-makers, buyers, agents, and managers as a trusted curator of new voices. With the launch of NYTVF SCRIPTS, we’re thrilled to extend that effort to emerging writers by offering a Festival experience designed to provide maximum exposure, access, and opportunity.

In its inaugural year, NYTVF Scripts is accepting original, half-hour comedy series scripts for consideration by broadcast, cable, and digital platform buyers. To enter, writers must submit a series pilot script (20 to 40 pages), along with an original series overview (up to 4 pages), and a current C.V.

Want to get your script in front of decision-makers across the television and digital landscape, culminating in a week-long Festival that provides a crash course in the TV Industry? Submit to NYTVF Scripts and join the indie television movement.

Please note: at this time NYTVF Scripts is not accepting hour-long scripts in the comedy, dramedy, or drama space, but may be announcing additional script and content submission opportunities at a later date.

Online submission for NYTVF Scripts will be open from 12:00pm (noon) EST on Wednesday, June 1 to 12:00pm (noon) on Wednesday, June 15, 2015.

Click here to submit a script (Submission period begins Wednesday, June 1, 2016 at 12:00pm EST).

Check out their site here.

 


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