Check out our Partner News for November 07, 2018!
Cine Sony and the National Association of Latino Independent Producers Announce First Annual Short Film Contest for Aspiring Filmmakers
Cine Sony, Sony Pictures Television’s premier movie channel for the bi-cultural U.S. Latino audience, and the National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP) today announced the launch of Voces Nuevas, their inaugural short film contest for aspiring filmmakers throughout the U.S. Through January 31, 2019, filmmakers age eighteen or over who reside in the U.S. are invited to submit short films from two to 20 minutes in length. Judges reviewing submissions include actor and co-founder of Cinestar Pictures Zoe Saldana; Cinestar Pictures co-founders Cisely and Mariel Saldana; award-winning actor and producer Esai Morales; award-winning actress, producer and activist Lisa Vidal and senior creative executives from Sony Pictures Entertainment Worldwide Acquisitions and Screen Gems.
Voces Nuevas aims to discover and celebrate emerging film talent while providing a new resource for content development. Entrants will compete for the chance to win $10,000 plus airfare and accommodations for up to five nights in Los Angeles for the opportunity to meet with Sony Pictures Television executives there. The winner will also be awarded a scholarship to the 2019 NALIP Media Summit.
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APPLY TO THE WRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA, EAST 'MADE IN NEW YORK WRITERS ROOM FELLOWSHIP'
The 'Made in New York Writers Room Fellowship' aims to identify emerging writers whose work offers underrepresented and fresh points of view. Fellows will be selected through a submission process wherein their original drama or comedy pilots will be assessed. Up to 12 finalists will each receive a minimum six-month fellowship, inclusive of a mentorship with a New York City-based showrunner. The goal of the Fellowship is to propel the careers of aspiring television writers and to position each Fellow’s pilot so that it is likely to be produced. Fellows are expected to commit up to 43 hours weekly on developing their pilots, attending programs and connecting with their mentors for a period of at least 6 months.
Be age 18 or older
Eligible to work in the U.S.
Reside in one of New York City’s five boroughs
Who Can Apply:
Individual applicants and/or at least one member of each writing team (teams may consist of no more than two people) must be a member of and/or recommended by one of the organizations below:
Be a member of the Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE) or be recommended by a member of the WGAE Diversity Coalition
Be recommended by NALIP
DISCOUNT FOR NALIP MEMBERS FOR SUNDANCE CO//AB SUBSCRIPTION
We are excited to announce the launch of Sundance Co//ab, our new global learning and storytelling community where creators come together to learn and connect.
We hope you will take the opportunity to join the community where you can:
Access our library of free custom-created learning videos and curated resources
Sign up for our online webinars and events
Take part in our online challenges
Browse through our Sundance Institute and partner opportunities
Connect to global creators through our Connect section
Our standard registration is free forever or you can subscribe to add the subscriber-only benefits of sharing your work in progress for feedback from the community and from Sundance Advisors. Or, you can sign up for an online course or master class!
As a member of NALIP who shares our values we would like to extend a 20% discount to you on our annual subscription. Just use the promo code nalip20 to apply the discount. We also are offering a limited number of all-access passes with a 20% discount as well with the promo code INSPIRED.
Go to http://collab.sundance.org to join today!
APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR SUNDANCE DOCUMENTARY AND FEATURE FILM CREATIVE PRODUCING LABS & FELLOWSHIPS
A year-long program designed to nurture emerging producers with project-specific support through the Creative Producing Lab, Creative Producing Summit, Sundance Film Festival attendance, $10,000 grant support, year-round mentorship from one industry mentor, and ongoing support from Sundance Institute Staff. $10,000 grant support is also provided for costs of living and unsupported costs of project development for the Fellow. The Program is designed to hone emerging producers’ creative instincts and evolve their communicating and problem-solving skills at all stages of their next feature film project.
Applications and more information can be found at the links below: