Entertainment Resource Websites for Screenwriters and Filmmakers

Entertainment Resource Websites for Screenwriters and Filmmakers

 

Below is a list of entertainment websites for screenwriters and filmmakers (compiled courtesy of Kathie Fong Yoneda).  If you’re looking for a film review – although Film Courage does not review movies, here’s a list of possible reviewers.

 

SCREENWRITING COMPETITION WEBSITES:

Nicholls Fellowship

Page International Screenwriting Awards

Final Draft Big Break Screenwriting Contest

Sundance Screenwriter’s Lab

Script Pipeline (formerly known as Script P.I.M.P.)

BlueCat Screenplay Competition

American Zoetrope Screenplay Contest

Austin Screenplay & Teleplay Competition

Scriptapalooza

Universal Pictures Emerging Writer Fellowship

SCREENWRITING FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM WEBSITES

Disney/ABC TV Writing Fellowship

NBC – Writers on the Verge

NBC – Universal Diversity

WB Writers Workshop

CBS Writers Mentoring Program

Nickelodeon Writing Fellowship

PITCHFEST WEBSITES:

Great American Pitchfest/Scriptfest

Hollywood Pitchfest

Virtual Pitchfest

POST YOUR PROJECT:

Inktip

Greenlight My Movie

Slated

Blacklist

MovieBytes/ScriptLinks

Simply Scripts

Spec Scout

WEBFESTS:

LA WebFest

Marseille Web Festival

Melbourne Web Fest

K-Webfest (South Korea)

Roma Webfest

Austin Web Festival

South Florida Webfest

HOLLYWOOD ENTERTAINMENT JOB & INFO RESOURCES:

Anonymous Production Assistant

Media Biz Jobs

Los Angeles Craig List

Entertainment Careers

Production Beast

Scriptwriters Network

Stage 32

 

 

 

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Batman fans! Watch the campaign video here on GoFundMe and check out the story behind the music from the 1966 “Batman” Television Series

THE BEAT OF THE BAT is a full-length documentary that tells the story of the music of the 1966 “Batman” Television Series and how composers Neal Hefti, Nelson Riddle & Billy May gave Batman his first real musical identity- and one that has remained inexorably tied to the character for over 50 years!

In fact, if you saw the just released “Lego Batman Movie” you might have noticed the numerous references to the music of the TV series.

And face it, you can go up to anyone, anywhere in the world and sing “Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na!” and they will instantly know what you are talking about!

The music was as important to the show as the bright colors, campy dialogue and tongue-in-cheek performances. Yet, strangely, the story of how it came to be has never been told… Until now.

 

 

Watch EXODUS on iTunes starting April 18th, 2017

EXODUS documents the journey of Syrian refugees as they cross the Aegean Sea from Turkey into Greece. In the winter of 2015, over three thousand refugees attempted this treacherous crossing everyday, all in hope of seeking asylum in the European Union. It’s a life and death gamble that they are willing to take, all for a chance at a new life away from their war-torn homeland.

 

 

 

Watch FREAK OUT on iTunes here!

FREAK OUT: Matan, a soldier in the IDF, sets off for a week of patrolling in a remote base in the north of Israel with three soldiers whom he doesn’t know. As the week progresses, the soldiers begin to question whether they will come out of this experience alive.

 

 

 

 

Watch THE HOLLY KANE EXPERIMENT on iTunes here!

THE HOLLY KANE EXPERIMENT: An obsessive psychologist attempts to reprogram her subconscious mind, but when her actions become increasingly uncharacteristic she fears her experiment is dangerously out of control.

 

 

 

 

 

Watch the video here about filmmaker Roee Messinger and his desire to create this powerful documentary film

AMERICAN TRIAL seeks to discover what a trial in the Eric Garner case might have taught us. How is our legal system designed to handle cases such as Garner’s? What verdict may have been returned after all the evidence was presented? More importantly, what conversations, perspectives and emotions went unexamined because of the grand jury’s decision?

Similarly to fiction courtroom dramas, the lead characters of this documentary will be the attorneys leading the prosecution and the defense. Our camera will capture them as they develop their public arguments and individual positions. How do they decide which witnesses to summon? How do they prepare for their court appearance? Are there any discrepancies between their systemic role and their true feelings regarding the case?

The film will also follow a news crews covering the trial and reporting on race relations in America within the context of the trial and the movement for black lives. They will travel across America to discover what public figures, intellectuals and activists think about the Eric Garner case, as well as other similar cases through the prism of racial relations in the United States.