San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Calling all Los Angeles Filmmakers, Documentarians, Comedians, Improv/Sketch Performers, Writers and Producers!
On Thursday, February 28, join New York Television Festival execs in sunny LA for a night of networking and cocktails with the LA indie production community.
Mingle and connect with fellow creatives, and get the inside scoop on NYTVF's current opportunities including guaranteed development deals from 2013 Festival Partners NBC, Comedy Central, IFC, MTV, The CW, and more.
This event is free. Space is limited so register today!
First 50 people to check in at the door will receive a free drink ticket courtesy of NYTVF.
We hope to see you there!
Current NYTVF Initiatives:
Comedy Central Short Pilot Competition
Comedy Central is looking for fun, fresh points of view that fit into the Comedy Central brand of comedy. Submissions will include a four to eleven (4-11) minute pilot presentation, a shooting script of the episode, and a signed entry packet. Deadline: March 4, 2013
Voice and Vision: The NBC Drama Challenge
NBC has partnered with the New York Television Festival to discover inspiring, fresh writers. From the network that brings you hit shows like REVOLUTION and GRIMM we are looking for our next big, splashy drama. Here at NBC, no topic or genre is off limits. What excites us most are passionate ideas and strong, bold characters with specific points of view. We are offering a $25,000 prize along with the chance that we may develop your winning script and/or engage you to write additional ideas.
Submit a produced pilot scene (not to exceed 10 minutes in length), pilot script (1-2 Acts, not to exceed 40 pages in length), series overview (not to exceed 2 pages in length), and signed entry packet. Deadline: March 15
Visit http://www.nytvf.com/submit.html for more details.
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When & Where
New York Television Festival
ABOUT THE NYTVF
The NYTVF is a pioneer of the independent television movement, connecting its community of over 15,000 artists with leading networks, studios, agencies, production companies, and brands. Year-round submission opportunities for TV and digital development culminate at the annual New York Television Festival each fall, uniting indie creators, industry decision-makers, and TV fans, alike. To learn more about the NYTVF, current submission opportunities, and additional info for artists and fans, visit NYTVF.com, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter at @NYTVF.