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Posted 4 days ago by: Justine Owens in The Screenwriters' Lounge
The Shore Scripts Short Film Fund offers an opportunity for emerging screenwriters and filmmakers to have their short film financed and produced. 14 Award-Winning Judges will read the best scripts and decide on this year’s Grand Prize Winner(s). 2020’s Fund will award production financing for at least one short film with an allocated budget of up to $15,000 per project, with a minimum budget of $10,000. The resulting short film will be sent to our Judges, Industry and Directors Roster. That’s over 200 of the best people working in the industry who will see your work. Plus, our sponsor ARRI Rental will...

 

The Shore Scripts Short Film Fund offers an opportunity for emerging screenwriters and filmmakers to have their short film financed and produced.

14 Award-Winning Judges will read the best scripts and decide on this year’s Grand Prize Winner(s).

2020’s Fund will award production financing for at least one short film with an allocated budget of up to $15,000 per project, with a minimum budget of $10,000. The resulting short film will be sent to our Judges, Industry and Directors Roster. That’s over 200 of the best people working in the industry who will see your work.

Plus, our sponsor ARRI Rental will provide free production equipment rental for the duration of the production.

Every writer who enters receives a FREE 18-page booklet on How to Get Your Screenplay Produced.

Enter your script: https://www.shorescripts.com/shortfilmfund/

PLUS, our Grand Prize Winner will receive a Free Pass to the RAINDANCE FILM FESTIVAL, and a Free copy of Final Draft.

Top 5 Finalists will also receive an exclusive feedback report from one of our Short Judges with suggestions on How You Can Further Develop Your Screenplay, plus a free copy of Final Draft.

The Fund welcomes submissions from screenwriters and filmmakers from around the world. Screenplays must be in English and cannot exceed 30 pages.

The winning production(s) can be filmed in any country.

We will offer end-to-end support from script development to post-production services and promotion.

Our previous Fund winners have had their films screened at Tribeca, BFI London Film Festival, Austin, Edinburgh, Encounters, LSFF, and many others.

Posted December 12, 2019 1:55 AM by: Justine Owens in The Screenwriters' Lounge
Our Judges have spoken! We are proud to announce our 2019 FEATURE & TV-PILOT ORDER OF WINNERS. VIEW THE LIST https://www.shorescripts.com/2019-screenplay-contest-results/ We’d like to say a Big Thank You to our Winners, Finalists, and all those who entered. Watch this space for our upcoming success stories as we begin to send the best of this year's scripts out to our Industry & Directors Roster! 2020’s SHORT FILM FUND reopens JAN 15TH. Our Feature & TV Pilot contests reopen from MARCH 1ST 2020. DOWNLOAD our 2020 CONTEST CALENDAR

Our Judges have spoken! We are proud to announce our 2019 FEATURE & TV-PILOT ORDER OF WINNERS.

VIEW THE LIST https://www.shorescripts.com/2019-screenplay-contest-results/

We’d like to say a Big Thank You to our Winners, Finalists, and all those who entered.

Watch this space for our upcoming success stories as we begin to send the best of this year's scripts out to our Industry & Directors Roster!  

2020’s SHORT FILM FUND reopens JAN 15TH.

Our Feature & TV Pilot contests reopen from MARCH 1ST 2020.

DOWNLOAD our 2020 CONTEST CALENDAR

Posted November 26, 2019 8:15 AM by: Justine Owens in The Screenwriters' Lounge
WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE OUR 2019 FEATURE & TV-PILOT WINNERS. VIEW THE LIST: https://www.shorescripts.com/2019-screenplay-contest-results/ The winning scripts are now on their way to our Oscar, Bafta, Golden-Globe, and Emmy-winning roster of Judges who will determine the order of our winners. The Order of Winners will be announced on DECEMBER 10TH. Huge congratulations to this year’s winners and a BIG THANK YOU to all the writers who entered this year’s competition. Keep writing!

WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE OUR 2019 FEATURE & TV-PILOT WINNERS.

VIEW THE LIST: https://www.shorescripts.com/2019-screenplay-contest-results/

The winning scripts are now on their way to our Oscar, Bafta, Golden-Globe, and Emmy-winning roster of Judges who will determine the order of our winners.

The Order of Winners will be announced on DECEMBER 10TH.

Huge congratulations to this year’s winners and a BIG THANK YOU to all the writers who entered this year’s competition.

Keep writing!

Posted November 21, 2019 4:34 AM by: Justine Owens in The Screenwriters' Lounge
After much deliberation and many hours of review, we have now selected this year's Feature & TV-Pilot Finalists. View the List: https://www.shorescripts.com/2019-screenplay-contest-results/ These talented writers represent the top 1% of all submissions. Our Finalists will have their scripts sent to our Industry and Directors roster. We would like to thank all of you who entered and wish you the very best with your future projects. Our Winners will be announced on NOVEMBER 25TH. Our winning scripts will then be sent to our Oscar, Bafta, Golden-Globe, and Emmy-winning roster of Judges who will read and decide on the order of our Winners.

After much deliberation and many hours of review, we have now selected this year's Feature & TV-Pilot Finalists.

View the List: https://www.shorescripts.com/2019-screenplay-contest-results/

These talented writers represent the top 1% of all submissions. Our Finalists will have their scripts sent to our Industry and Directors roster.

We would like to thank all of you who entered and wish you the very best with your future projects.

Our Winners will be announced on NOVEMBER 25TH. 

Our winning scripts will then be sent to our Oscar, Bafta, Golden-Globe, and Emmy-winning roster of Judges who will read and decide on the order of our Winners.

Posted November 11, 2019 2:54 AM by: Justine Owens in The Screenwriters' Lounge
We are delighted to announce this year's Feature & TV-Pilot Semi-Finalists! VIEW the complete list here: https://www.shorescripts.com/2019-screenplay-contest-results/ Our Semi-Finalists represent the top 3% of scripts submitted this year. Congratulations to those who made it through and a huge thank you to everyone who entered. It takes drive and ambition to not only finish a screenplay but send it out into the world. Every writer that entered should feel proud of what they have accomplished. KEEP WRITING! Our Finalists will be announced on NOVEMBER 20TH.

We are delighted to announce this year's Feature & TV-Pilot Semi-Finalists!

VIEW the complete list here: https://www.shorescripts.com/2019-screenplay-contest-results/

Our Semi-Finalists represent the top 3% of scripts submitted this year. Congratulations to those who made it through and a huge thank you to everyone who entered.

It takes drive and ambition to not only finish a screenplay but send it out into the world. Every writer that entered should feel proud of what they have accomplished. 

KEEP WRITING!

Our Finalists will be announced on NOVEMBER 20TH.

Posted October 26, 2019 12:08 AM by: Justine Owens in The Screenwriters' Lounge
After two rounds of reading, we have narrowed down the scripts to approximately 10% of all entries that have made it through as Quarter-Finalists. VIEW OUR 2019 FEATURE & TV-PILOT QUARTER-FINALISTS A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR QUARTER-FINALISTS AND TO ALL THOSE WHO ENTERED THIS YEAR. Our Semi-Finalists will be announced on NOVEMBER 10TH. CHECK YOUR CONTEST SCORE Each script is read by two experienced script readers who work for some of the biggest production companies and producers in the world. You can view your industry score by logging in to your Coverfly account. Best wishes, Justine Owens, Director of Contests

After two rounds of reading, we have narrowed down the scripts to approximately 10% of all entries that have made it through as Quarter-Finalists.

VIEW OUR 2019 FEATURE & TV-PILOT QUARTER-FINALISTS

A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR QUARTER-FINALISTS AND TO ALL THOSE WHO ENTERED THIS YEAR.

Our Semi-Finalists will be announced on NOVEMBER 10TH.

CHECK YOUR CONTEST SCORE

Each script is read by two experienced script readers who work for some of the biggest production companies and producers in the world. You can view your industry score by logging in to your Coverfly account.

Best wishes,

Justine Owens, Director of Contests

Posted August 28, 2019 3:56 AM by: Justine Owens in The Screenwriters' Lounge
Shore Scripts 2019 FEATURE & TV PILOT SCREENWRITING CONTESTS close for submissions on the 31st of August at Midnight (Pacific Time.) Our 34 OSCAR, GOLDEN GLOBE, EMMY, and BAFTA winning Judges will read the winning Feature & TV Scripts. This year we have categories for both 1-Hour & ½-Hour TV Pilots. Plus, every writer that enters the contest will receive our free Guide on HOW TO GET YOUR SCREENPLAY PRODUCED. 100+ Production Companies, Agents, Managers, and 70+ Directors are on board to read this year’s best scripts. We’ve helped 60+ screenwriters who have gained representation, optioned, sold, and even had their scripts produced directly because...

Shore Scripts 2019 FEATURE & TV PILOT SCREENWRITING CONTESTS close for submissions on the 31st of August at Midnight (Pacific Time.)

Our 34 OSCAR, GOLDEN GLOBE, EMMY, and BAFTA winning Judges will read the winning Feature & TV Scripts.

This year we have categories for both 1-Hour & ½-Hour TV Pilots.

Plus, every writer that enters the contest will receive our free Guide on HOW TO GET YOUR SCREENPLAY PRODUCED.

100+ Production Companies, Agents, Managers, and 70+ Directors are on board to read this year’s best scripts.

We’ve helped 60+ screenwriters who have gained representation, optioned, sold, and even had their scripts produced directly because of placing in our contests.

“After winning Shore Scripts, I successfully optioned my winning screenplay to Dobre Films who are part of Shore's roster. They also helped me get representation. Shore has been instrumental in connecting me with producers and creating ongoing career opportunities.”

LOUIS ACKERMAN - WRITER OF BLUMHOUSE & HULU FILM, FLESH & BLOOD

Join our alumni of successful new screenwriters and get all the details on this year’s contests at https://www.shorescripts.com

The Shore Scripts Team.

Posted August 20, 2019 1:13 PM by: Dave Trottier in Lessons from the Experts
Two days after putting the finishing touches on the new 7th Edition of The Screenwriters Bible, I viewed Toy Story 4 for the first time. I loved the film, but it was too late to add my thoughts about its contributions to the latest edition of my book. Thus, this brief reflection on the movie’s meaning. I connected with the thematic idea of expanding one’s purpose in life, accepting the larger world, and deepening relationships. Did you feel that, too? And you may have noticed that throughout the action of the story, at least four characters (Woody, Bo Peep, Forky, and...

Two days after putting the finishing touches on the new 7th Edition of The Screenwriters Bible, I viewed Toy Story 4 for the first time.  I loved the film, but it was too late to add my thoughts about its contributions to the latest edition of my book.  Thus, this brief reflection on the movie’s meaning.

I connected with the thematic idea of expanding one’s purpose in life, accepting the larger world, and deepening relationships.  Did you feel that, too?  And you may have noticed that throughout the action of the story, at least four characters (Woody, Bo Peep, Forky, and Gabby Gabby) take risks doing things for others and end up finding a new or (in Woody’s case) an old friend that results in even greater happiness. Yes, this is about growing up. 

Your screenplay will communicate meaning if you present a character your reader can become emotionally involved with; and then show that character overcome a flaw to strengthen or secure a relationship.  In Woody’s case, he stops defining his relationships in terms of the children who play with him, and builds a strong friendship with a fellow toy (Bo Peep) through facing opposition together to save poor Forky, the amazing talking plastic spork. 

You’ll recall that in the movie’s opening, Woody gives up his relationship with Bo Peep because Andy (a human child) needs him.  Now, at the end, we wonder if he will leave Bo Peep again. 

Gabby Gabby undergoes major surgery (a voice box transplant) so that a child will accept her.  She is rejected by the child.  But she overcomes that setback by taking a risk with the lost crying girl on the carnival grounds.  To a toy, the stakes are high putting yourself “out there” like that.  You feel something when you care about a character who makes effort, takes action for another person or a cause.  That “something” is meaning.

As you know, many movies present a shapeshifter, a “good guy” who betrays our hero late in the second act. Ouch!  Toy Story 4 gives that tactic a creative twist.  Gabby Gabby and her four dummies are pretty scary and quite threatening to our heroes throughout most of the movie.  But Gabby Gabby is a shapeshifter; in her case, she’s an apparent “bad guy” who transforms into a “good guy.”  That only becomes evident, however, because Woody takes a chance and trusts her with his voice box.  And that’s meaning

For more about meaning and screenwriting, consider the NEW Screenwriter’s Bible 7.   Details here: https://www.keepwriting.com/tsc/swbible.htm 

Posted August 18, 2019 7:19 PM by: Yolanda Clay in I'm new in town!
I just wanted to say "Hi" and I look forward to reading everyone's scripts! Yolanda

I just wanted to say "Hi" and I look forward to reading everyone's scripts!

Yolanda

Posted July 31, 2019 11:10 PM by: Ted Cabarga in The Screenwriters' Lounge
Just watched a 2007 flick "Next" starring Nick Cage. Everything possible is wrong with this film. But it serves to illustrate a basic rule which is constantly violated. I"m sure the three scriptwriters who worked on this film know better, but it's just the jaded and cynical methods of mainstream Hollywood that led these writers to patch together this mess, perhaps to fulfill a commitment, no matter how ill-begot and ultimately ill-wrought, to get it into the can and out of their hair. It's a sci fi thing which is based on the main character's ability to see two minutes...

Just watched a 2007 flick "Next" starring Nick Cage. Everything possible is wrong with this film. But it serves to illustrate a basic rule which is constantly violated. I"m sure the three scriptwriters who worked on this film know better, but it's just the jaded and cynical methods of mainstream Hollywood that led these writers to patch together this mess, perhaps to fulfill a commitment, no matter how ill-begot and ultimately ill-wrought, to get it into the can and out of their hair.  It's a sci fi thing which is based on the main character's ability to see two minutes into the future. But that trope apparently was too confining as the flick wore on, so they committed the common sin of violating their own rules of reality and by so doing, produced a dull, meaningless and chaotic movie. The moral? Set the rules for your fantasy world and stick to them.

Posted July 26, 2019 2:14 AM by: Justine Owens in The Screenwriters' Lounge
OUR REGULAR DEADLINE IS ENDING SOON Enter your Feature screenplay, 1-Hour or ½-Hour TV Pilot scripts by the 31st of JULY Midnight PST. https://www.shorescripts.com/ With 125 Producers, Managers and Agents, plus 69 Directors signed up to read this year's best scripts, there is no better time to kick-start your screenwriting career with Shore Scripts. REASONS TO ENTER. JUDGES: 35 Oscar, Golden Globe, EMMY & BAFTA Winning Judges will read the final round of submissions. SUCCESS STORIES: Shore Scripts has helped 60+ writers gain representation, option, sell, and even have their screenplays produced. SCRIPT SCORE: You will be able to view your script score which...

OUR REGULAR DEADLINE IS ENDING SOON

Enter your Feature screenplay, 1-Hour or ½-Hour TV Pilot scripts by the 31st of JULY Midnight PST. https://www.shorescripts.com/

With 125 Producers, Managers and Agents, plus 69 Directors signed up to read this year's best scripts, there is no better time to kick-start your screenwriting career with Shore Scripts.

REASONS TO ENTER. 

JUDGES: 35 Oscar, Golden Globe, EMMY & BAFTA Winning Judges will read the final round of submissions. 

SUCCESS STORIES: Shore Scripts has helped 60+ writers gain representation, option, sell, and even have their screenplays produced.

SCRIPT SCORE: You will be able to view your script score which will be released once the Quarter-Finalists are announced.

Plus, every writer who submits their script will receive a Free 20-page booklet on How to Get Your Screenplay Produced. 

For all the details, go to https://www.shorescripts.com/

Posted July 12, 2019 8:13 PM by: Fred Tabsharani in I'm new in town!
Just joined the Talentville neighborhood.

Just joined the Talentville neighborhood. 

Posted June 21, 2019 11:19 AM by: Michael Droberg in The Screenwriters' Lounge
Does anybody have a PDF of this screenplay? I cannot find it anywhere... Got it, thx!

Does anybody have a PDF of this screenplay?  I cannot find it anywhere...

Got it, thx!

Posted May 5, 2019 4:26 AM by: Dan O'Dwyer in I'm new in town!
HI Dat, LibreOffice have a screenwriting template you can download but having tried it, it feels cumbersome and clunky. LibreOffice can save your files in PDF format. Just select FILE and EXPORT AS PDF. If you're really stuck for free screenwriting software, you should try the software DRAMA QUEEN. Though the site is German you can download a free English copy for 30 days. Once the 30 days is up, you have a choice of buying the PRO or PLUS versions, or just continuing to use the FREE version (which is perfectly adequate for most writers). Hope this helps, Dan

HI Dat,

LibreOffice have a screenwriting template you can download but having tried it, it feels cumbersome and clunky. 

LibreOffice can save your files in PDF format. Just select FILE and EXPORT AS PDF.

If you're really stuck for free screenwriting software, you should try the software DRAMA QUEEN. Though the site is German you can download a free English copy for 30 days. Once the 30 days is up, you have a choice of buying the PRO or PLUS versions, or just continuing to use the FREE version (which is perfectly adequate for most writers).

Hope this helps,

Dan

Posted April 29, 2019 8:12 AM by: Justine Owens in The Screenwriters' Lounge
It's the FINAL CALL FOR ENTRIES for our 2019 Short Film Fund Competition! Don't miss out - Shore Scripts Short Film Fund offers writers the opportunity to become a produced screenwriter. Shore will be commissioning at least one short film script with a budget up to $15,000. https://www.shorescripts.com/shortfilmfund/ Screenplay submissions close Midnight 2nd May PT. REASONS TO ENTER. JUDGES: The produced Short Film(s) will be sent to 36 OSCAR, BAFTA, EMMY & GOLDEN GLOBE winning Judges. DEVELOPMENT: The Top 5 Finalists will receive an exclusive feedback report from our judges with suggestions on how the writer can further develop their project. INDUSTRY ROSTER: The...

 

It's the FINAL CALL FOR ENTRIES for our 2019 Short Film Fund Competition!

Don't miss out - Shore Scripts Short Film Fund offers writers the opportunity to become a produced screenwriter. Shore will be commissioning at least one short film script with a budget up to $15,000. https://www.shorescripts.com/shortfilmfund/

Screenplay submissions close Midnight 2nd May PT.

REASONS TO ENTER.

JUDGES: The produced Short Film(s) will be sent to 36 OSCAR, BAFTA, EMMY & GOLDEN GLOBE winning Judges.

DEVELOPMENT: The Top 5 Finalists will receive an exclusive feedback report from our judges with suggestions on how the writer can further develop their project.

INDUSTRY ROSTER: The Top 15 Finalists will have their scripts sent to our complete roster of 150+ directors, production companies, agents, and managers.

SUCCESS STORIES: We have also helped 60+ writers gain representation, option, sell, and even have their screenplays produced.

SCRIPT SCORE: You will be able to view your script score. This will be released once we announce our Finalists.

For all the details, go to https://www.shorescripts.com/shortfilmfund/

Posted March 27, 2019 5:58 AM by: Justine Owens in The Screenwriters' Lounge
Our SHORT FILM FUND REGULAR DEADLINE CLOSES 31st March! ENTER NOW https://www.shorescripts.com/shortfilmfund/ The Shore Scripts Short Film Fund offers an opportunity for emerging screenwriters and filmmakers to have their short film financed and produced. 2019’s Fund will award production financing for at least one short film with an allocated budget of up to $15,000 per project. PREVIOUS COMMISSIONED FILMS 2018 - BEST SELLER - NORA KIRKPATRICK & DENNIS MCNICHOLAS 2017 - THE NAKED MAN - BEN GUTTERIDGE 2017 - THE ORGY - SAM BARON 2016 - SALAM - CLAIRE FOWLER REASONS TO ENTER. JUDGES: The produced Short Film(s) will be sent to 34 OSCAR, BAFTA, EMMY & GOLDEN GLOBE-winning...

Our SHORT FILM FUND REGULAR DEADLINE CLOSES 31st March!

ENTER NOW https://www.shorescripts.com/shortfilmfund/

The Shore Scripts Short Film Fund offers an opportunity for emerging screenwriters and filmmakers to have their short film financed and produced. 2019’s Fund will award production financing for at least one short film with an allocated budget of up to $15,000 per project.

PREVIOUS COMMISSIONED FILMS

2018 - BEST SELLER - NORA KIRKPATRICK & DENNIS MCNICHOLAS

2017 - THE NAKED MAN - BEN GUTTERIDGE

2017 - THE ORGY - SAM BARON

2016 - SALAM - CLAIRE FOWLER

REASONS TO ENTER.

JUDGES: The produced Short Film(s) will be sent to 34 OSCAR, BAFTA, EMMY & GOLDEN GLOBE-winning Judges. Plus, our Top 5 Finalists will also receive an exclusive feedback report from one of our Short Judges on how to best develop their project.

INDUSTRY ROSTER: The produced Short Film(s) will be sent to our complete roster of 150+ production companies, agents, managers, and directors.

SUCCESS STORIES: We have also helped 60+ writers gain representation, option, sell, and even have their screenplays produced. Our previous Fund winners have had their films screened at Tribeca, BFI London Film Festival, Austin, Edinburgh, Encounters, and LSFF.

TOP 15 FINALISTS will have their scripts sent out to our short judges, industry & directors roster.

SCRIPT SCORE: Each script is read twice in each round. Plus, you will be able to view your script score.

For all the details, go to https://www.shorescripts.com/shortfilmfund/

Posted February 12, 2019 11:31 AM by: Dan O'Dwyer in I'm new in town!
Billie, Now I get it. Though I think that heading should be called 'Reviewer Rating' to avoid confusion. Thanks for your help. By the way, I just saw your profile. Wow! .... RESPECT!! If ever you're in Ireland, give me a shout. We can chat over a Guinness. Dan

Billie, Now I get it. Though I think that heading should be called 'Reviewer Rating' to avoid confusion.

Thanks for your help. By the way, I just saw your profile.

Wow! .... RESPECT!!

If ever you're in Ireland, give me a shout. We can chat over a Guinness.

Dan

 

Posted January 15, 2019 5:14 AM by: Justine Owens in The Screenwriters' Lounge
OUR FOCUS IS TO DISCOVER THE BEST NEW SCREENWRITING TALENT FROM AROUND THE WORLD. The Shore Scripts Short Film Fund offers an opportunity for emerging screenwriters and filmmakers to have their short film financed and produced. 2019’s Fund will award production financing for at least one short film with an allocated budget of up to $15,000 per project, with a minimum budget of $10,000. Plus, our sponsor ARRI Rental will provide free production equipment rental for the duration of the production. The Fund welcomes submissions from screenwriters and filmmakers from around the world. We accept short scripts, animations, and proof of...

 OUR FOCUS IS TO DISCOVER THE BEST NEW SCREENWRITING TALENT FROM AROUND THE WORLD.

 

The Shore Scripts Short Film Fund offers an opportunity for emerging screenwriters and filmmakers to have their short film financed and produced.

2019’s Fund will award production financing for at least one short film with an allocated budget of up to $15,000 per project, with a minimum budget of $10,000. Plus, our sponsor ARRI Rental will provide free production equipment rental for the duration of the production.

The Fund welcomes submissions from screenwriters and filmmakers from around the world. We accept short scripts, animations, and proof of concept shorts for TV pilots and features. Screenplays must be in English and cannot exceed 30 Pages. The production can be filmed in any country.

We can offer end-to-end support from script development to post-production services and promotion.

Our previous Fund winners have had their films screened at Tribeca, BFI London Film Festival, Austin, Edinburgh, Encounters, and LSFF.

Awards & Prizes

- Our Grand Prize winner(s) will receive a production budget of up to $15,000, with a minimum of $10,000. The resulting short film will be sent to our Judges, Industry and Directors Roster. That’s over a 150 of the best people working in the industry who will see your work.

- ARRI Rental will provide free camera rental equipment for the duration of the shoot.

- Top 15 Finalists will have their scripts sent out to our Short Judges, Industry and Directors Roster.

- Top 5 Finalists will also receive an exclusive feedback report from one of our Short Judges on how to best develop their project.

Plus, our Grand Prize Winner will receive:

-           a Free 1-Year Subscription to WriterDuet Pro

-           a Free copy of Final Draft

-           a Free InkTip script listing and an InkTip Magazine listing

-           and a Free 6-month membership to the International Screenwriters’ Association

TO ENTER, RULES, FAQ’s & MORE INFO CAN BE SEEN HERE:

https://www.shorescripts.com/shortfilmfund/

Posted January 6, 2019 4:04 AM by: Dianne Barnes in The Suggestion Box
Paul, take the advice Jay mentioned in his reply. It's probably the best you'll get: upload each separately if you wish, but purchase reviews only for the pilot episode, use the feedback to consider what you might want to change. In that regard, it might be good to simply upload the one episode you want to get reviewed (the pilot episode most likely), rather than all of them in case you want to revise the others before uploading.

Paul, take the advice Jay mentioned in his reply.  It's probably the best you'll get:  upload each separately if you wish, but purchase reviews only for the pilot episode, use the feedback to consider what you might want to change.  In that regard, it might be good to simply upload the one episode you want to get reviewed (the pilot episode most likely), rather than all of them in case you want to revise the others before uploading.

Posted January 5, 2019 4:47 PM by: Mark Keigley in I'm new in town!
For myself (not speaking for TVille or its policies) , if I WAS reading a screen play with series potential I would say put your best foot forward in your pilot. If an executive isn't sold on your pilot, I would think he isn't going to be interested in the rest of your series. Now that's just me. I tend to do written pitches for my series pilots to executives.

For myself (not speaking for TVille or its policies) , if I WAS reading a screen play with series potential I would say put your best foot forward in your pilot. If an executive isn't sold on your pilot, I would think he isn't going to be interested in the rest of your series. Now that's just me. I tend to do written pitches for my series pilots to executives.