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Event Horizon Films and their latest screenwriting competition

Event Horizon Films and their latest screenwriting competition

Event Horizon Films is all about networking and connectivity. They are committed to providing Hollywood access to filmmakers and screenwriters. They do this by partnering with film festivals, professionals, and leading film companies. The Event Horizon Films also provide resources to help creators improve their craft and to advance their exposure within the industry.

Their mission statement says, “It’s our commitment to share their exceptional work with agency readers (A3 Artists Agency, United Talent Agency, Gersh Agency, Innovative Artists, Circle of Confusion, Buchwald)who treat each submission as if deciding on a potential client by providing real world evaluations on the story’s overall marketability.”

The Dumbo Film Festival Screenwriting Competition

Event Horizon Films latest team-up is with the Dumbo Film Festival Screenwriting Competition. This screenwriting competition is intended to assist emerging filmmakers by promoting promising artists and helping them to enter the world film stage. Networking and connectivity is at the core of what they do.

Each reader for the competition is an experienced professional within the industry including award-winning writers, producers, managers and agents. The categories which they will be considering while reading scripts are plot, characterization, format, originality, style, dialogue, pacing and current market potential. Scorecards will be provided after winners are announced.

The grand prize is $500 prize money for feature films or $250 for TV and short film. The grand prize also provides professional consultations from the judges and connections to those within the industry at Virtual Pitch Fest. The runners up for feature and short will get $250 and $150 respectively as well as connections at Virtual Pitch Fest. All finalists will also be given connections at the Virtual Pitch Fest, though no prize money will be awarded to them.

Entries are currently open and will close on July 31st of 2020. The submission fees vary depending on the category but will be somewhere between $55 and $75.

If you’d like to stay up to date on this event and all other future events that Event Horizon Films will be working with you can follow them on their various social medias: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and / or LinkedIn.

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Frankie Stein is from Italy, but lives in Ingolstadt, Germany. Her hobbies are: reading about science, doing experiments, and travelling. She's been all around Europe and loves Scotland, London, and Russia. Her boyfriend is called Victor and they both love listening to The Cure, reading Byron, and gazing upon William Blake prints.

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