WINNING SCRIPT CONSIDERED BY 3 INDUSTRY PROS!
Scott Stoops (Good Fear Film + Management)
An up-and-coming executive, Scott started his career as an assistant within the Physical Production department at Paradigm, working under heavy-hitters Brian Goldberg and Michael Kirschner. Eventually treading through the demanding waters of the agent trainee program at Paradigm, Scott moved to Benderspink assisting the founding partner, JC Spink. Scott most recently was a junior manager at Benderspink and is now a manager at Good Fear Film + Management.
Good Fear Film + Management will be considering the Top 100 scripts in the hopes of finding their next rising star.
Justin Lothrop (Head of Development – Votiv Films)
Justin, after being medically discharged from the United States Military Academy in West Point, NY, completely changed direction and decided to find an industry that would allow him to apply his left-brained strengths to his right-brained sensibilities. Since then, he has produced a number of projects ranging from small new media content to full length features. His most recent credits include co-producing Rodney King directed by Spike Lee released on Netflix on the 25th anniversary of the riots and producing As You Are which was awarded a Special Jury Prize at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and recently wrapped up a limited theatrical release. Currently, Justin resides in Los Angeles, CA working as the Head of Development for Votiv Films.
Stephen Emery (Head of Film & TV Acquisitions & Development – The Solution Ent. Group)
Stephen Emery focuses on developing commercial, high-caliber feature films to produce and finance in-house along with finding third-party titles to sell internationally. Prior to The Solution, Stephen worked at Circle of Confusion, as an executive producer on the action comedy Mr. Right with Anna Kendrick and Sam Rockwell, and on Jeff Hunt’s horror film Satanic starring Sarah Hyland. Before that, Emery ran Bill Gerber’s production company at Warner Bros. where he was successful in bringing films like Clint Eastwood’s Gran Torino into production.
Top 6 Receive Cash Prizes Plus
In this downloadable webinar, you’ll learn what contest readers, coverage readers and producers are looking for in a script, and simple tricks that distinguish your script from the competition.
This specialized program was created to develop and support emerging screenwriters who have yet to secure an agent or manager, while helping writers better navigate this highly competitive business to find a path to break through. Our mission is to ultimately help you get represented and sell your work.
Your project will be submitted to ISA approved agents, managers, production companies, producers and more at no expense to you.
8 writers in the program have signed with an agency or had their work optioned in the past 7 months.
SCREENWRITING CLASSES IN NYC & ONLINE
Develop your art, craft and structure in Screenwriting, TV Writing and Web Series Writing Classes taught by real professional writers. You’ll learn to transcend the formulas not only to create a marketable script, but also to capture your unique voice on the page.
• Never miss a class. If you can’t join us in NYC, you can join ONLINE from anywhere in the world
• Participate LIVE Online
• See and hear everything as if you were with in the room
• Ask questions LIVE via online chat
• Watch unlimited video replays of each class, on your own time and schedule
• All you need is a computer and a high speed internet connection!
FREE 1:1 CONSULTATION
A complimentary ProTrack Consultation with a professional writer is included free with any 4, 6 or 10 week class, and select video seminars.
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