Official Selection: Christina’s TV Pilot Script “The Randoms”
Just a quick fun update, my TV pilot script “The Randoms” has been accepted to the Las Vegas Comedy Festival and is eligible for the grand prize! The winners wil be announced after the festival. Cross your fingers for me! I’ll keep you updated!
P.S. Just throwing this out there, if you’re reading this and you happen to be or know an executive at a network or Netflix, PLEASE send me a message! I want to option this script ;)
Just wanted to check in and say “hi” and let you in on something that’s kind of a big deal. Beginning in June, we’re hosting a film series for the NYC Indie Film Community named “IndieWorks.” This film series is something Christina has been wanting to do for some time now, and there’s never been a better opportunity than the present to kick things off.
Each month we’ll select approximately 10 short films to feature, followed by a Q&A session with the filmmakers, and award Audience Choice and ‘Best of Fest’ awards to the winning shorts. Those winning filmmakers will be featured on video right here discussing their upcoming projects, experiences, and passion for working within the industry. Admission is free, and film submissions are as well.
Let’s discover shorts, find an audience, and build the city’s indie film community. It’s our mission with IndieWorks. Help us achieve it, together.
A couple weeks ago I was interviewed by Katherine Kocijanski of the Chatham Courier, the Hudson-Catskill sponsored local newspaper. The paper took an interest in Summit because we shot some of the film in Canaan. The story was released this week but, unfortunately, the paper is not…
Remember my blog post a while back about Kelsey’s feature screenplay, About a Donkey, winning Best Comedy at the NY Screenplay Festival last year? Well it just made it to the semi-finals of the L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival and is eligible for the $2,000 grand prize if it moves onto the finals!
This is so exciting for us because we’ve been talking about producing this feature in about two years from now and, if the script continues to get recognition at festivals and “Kelsey” (the web series) gains a following, it’s very likely that we’ll be able to raise the funding to make the film when, where, and how we want! So fingers crossed that the script moves on to the finals. Congratulations to Kelsey!