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  • Expert-Led Screenwriting Masterclass

    In this expert-led, 2-hour online masterclass, you'll discover essential techniques for writing compelling narratives, developing characters, and bringing your stories to life on the screen. Gain the skills necessary to create impactful screenplays. Learning Outcome: • Develop the ability to structure and format screenplays effectively • Master character development and dialogue writing • Learn the art of creating engaging plots and subplots • Understand the importance of pacing and tension in storytelling Topics Covered: Introduction to Screenwriting Essentials • Understanding the three-act structure • Navigating screenplay format and industry standards Character Development and Dialogue • Developing memorable and authentic characters • Writing compelling and realistic dialogue Plot Construction and Subplots • Building engaging plots • Incorporating subplots for depth and complexity Pacing and Tension • Mastering the art of pacing in storytelling • Creating tension to keep viewers engaged Adapting Your Story for the Screen • Techniques for adapting novels, plays, or real-life stories into screenplays • Understanding the visual language of cinema Participate in hands-on exercises, gain valuable insights through real-world case studies, engage in a Q&A session to address specific questions, receive constructive feedback on your project, and access a curated list of recommended resources to continue your learning journey. Please note that the content and order of topics may vary slightly depending on the instructor's approach and the needs of the participants. About the Instructor: Al Hallak, an industry expert with over a decade of experience in Los Angeles and New York, also teaches at leading institutions such as New York University and The New School.

  • Expert-Led Film Directing Masterclass

    This expert-led, 2-hour online Film Directing Masterclass will provide you with an introduction to key techniques and concepts that will aid you in preparing your script for filming. You will study the director's role in narrative films and get hands-on experience with staging scenes and blocking actors. You'll practice creating overhead diagrams, shot lists, and storyboards. Learning Outcome: • Develop a clear understanding of the director's role and the filmmaking process • Master the use of overhead diagrams, shot lists, and storyboards to translate your vision into a concise plan. • Enhance your communication skills with actors and crew to effectively convey your vision Topics Covered: The Director's Role and Filmmaking Process • Understanding the director's responsibilities and creative vision • Overview of the filmmaking process from pre-production to post-production • Collaboration with the production team and key crew members • Techniques for script analysis and preparation Visual Storytelling Techniques and Scene Execution • Exploring camera angles, shot sizes, and framing choices • Effective use of composition, lighting, and color to enhance storytelling • Staging scenes and blocking actors for optimal on-screen performance • Creating shot lists and storyboards for comprehensive scene coverage Communication and Collaboration on Set • Effectively communicating with actors to convey intentions and motivations • Collaborating with the cinematographer, production designer, and key crew members • Managing the creative dynamics and maintaining a positive working environment Participate in hands-on exercises, gain valuable insights through real-world case studies, engage in a Q&A session to address specific questions, receive constructive feedback on your project, and access a curated list of recommended resources to continue your learning journey. Please note that the content and order of topics may vary slightly depending on the instructor's approach and the needs of the participants. About the Instructor: Al Hallak, an industry expert with over a decade of experience in Los Angeles and New York, also teaches at leading institutions such as New York University and The New School.

  • Expert-Led Film Producing Masterclass

    Join our expert-led, 2-hour masterclass to quickly grasp the essential techniques and concepts of producing. This intensive session will provide a condensed yet comprehensive overview of the producer's role and responsibilities. Gain hands-on experience in analyzing a script, budgeting, scheduling the shoot, and managing the production process. Learning Outcome: • Develop a clear understanding of the producer's role and the filmmaking process • Master the use of production tools and skills to translate a script into a concise production plan, including a script breakdown, budget, and shooting schedule • Effectively communicate your vision with your production team Topics Covered: Introduction to Producing • Defining the Producer's Role • Understanding Project Development • Pitching a Film Project Pre-production • Script Breakdown • Creating a Budget • Casting and Hiring Crew Production • Production Scheduling • Managing Production on Set • Wrap Checklist and Crisis Management Post-production & Distribution • The Post-Production Process • Marketing, Promotion, and Distribution Participate in hands-on exercises, gain valuable insights through real-world case studies, engage in a Q&A session to address specific questions, receive constructive feedback on your project, and access a curated list of recommended resources to continue your learning journey. Please note that the content and order of topics may vary slightly depending on the instructor's approach and the needs of the participants. About the Instructor: Al Hallak, an industry expert with over a decade of experience in Los Angeles and New York, also teaches at leading institutions such as New York University and The New School.

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  • Mastering the Art of Effective Pitching: Creating a Compelling Movie Pitch Deck

    A Comprehensive Guide to Building Impactful Pitch Decks and Bringing Film Visions to Life from Pitch to Screen® Creating a professional movie pitch deck for your film concept is a crucial step in moving your project forward. It’s about turning your clear idea into a visually engaging plan that effectively communicates your vision. But what exactly should be in your presentation, and what else should you have ready when pitching your film project? In this guide, we’ll outline key elements to include in your pitch deck, using a hypothetical example from the thrilling horror genre. Feel free to explore our pitch deck template, which is easily customizable and comes complete with all the following pages: 1- Title Page: Introduction to the Project The title page serves as the first impression of your pitch deck. It should be visually striking and convey the essence of your project. Use a high-quality image related to the film genre, including the film title, a compelling tagline, and your production company logo. This page sets the tone for the rest of the presentation, capturing the attention of your audience from the start. 2- Genre and Film Type: Specify the Genre of the Film and Its Type Clearly define the genre and type of your film to help potential investors and collaborators understand the project’s market positioning. This information provides context for your creative vision and allows your audience to envision the potential audience for the film. Example: State that your project falls within the “Supernatural Horror” genre and is categorized as a “Feature-Length Independent Film.” This information provides a foundation for the rest of the pitch, allowing your audience to contextualize the upcoming details. 3- Logline: A Brief Summary that Captures the Essence of the Film Write a concise and compelling logline that encapsulates the core concept and emotional tone of your film. This is often the first taste your audience gets of the story, so make it engaging and memorable. Example: “In a small town cursed by a vengeful spirit, a group of friends must unravel a dark secret before they become its next victims.” This logline introduces the central conflict and instills a sense of urgency, prompting interest in the storyline. 4- Synopsis: A Concise Overview of the Film’s Plot, Introducing Key Characters and Conflicts Expand on the logline by providing a brief synopsis. Introduce key characters, the central conflict, and the stakes involved. This section offers a more detailed glimpse into the narrative and helps your audience connect with the story emotionally. Example: In the serene town of Ravensbrook, investigative journalist Sarah inadvertently becomes a catalyst for supernatural upheaval. Drawn into an investigation surrounding a series of perplexing and unexplained deaths, Sarah soon unravels a cursed past woven intricately into the fabric of the town. What unfolds is a malevolent force seeking retribution, casting a sinister shadow over the seemingly tranquil community. As Sarah peels back the layers of the macabre mystery, the line between the living and the spectral blurs, revealing a haunting connection between the past and the present. Fate binds together a diverse group of friends, each harboring personal demons intricately tied to the curse that looms over Ravensbrook. The town becomes a battleground where the sins of the past, hidden in the shadows for years, surface with a vengeance. The friends, united by an unseen hand of destiny, grapple with the weight of their own transgressions. Cryptic clues and spectral manifestations intensify the curse’s grip, heightening the urgency for them to confront their shared destiny. As the race against time unfolds, the friends find themselves entangled in a chilling struggle for redemption. 5- Characters and Key Cast: give brief descriptions of the main characters, highlighting their motivations and arcs. Discuss the casting strategy, including the potential attachment of name actors to key roles. Detail your approach to casting, emphasizing how it contributes to the project’s success. Discuss potential collaborations with established actors to enhance the characters and add recognition to the film. Example: “Exploring collaborations with established actors to bring depth and recognition to our characters. Considering performers with a track record in the horror genre for added appeal.” This highlights the thoughtfulness behind your casting decisions and adds credibility to your project. 6- Visual Style: Showcase the Intended Visual Style, Mood, and Atmosphere of the Film Use visual elements such as mood boards, concept art, or reference images to convey the intended aesthetic of your film. This section helps the audience visualize the atmosphere and style you aim to achieve. Example: Incorporate images depicting dark and atmospheric visuals with intense lighting. These visuals should evoke the desired emotional response, immersing the audience in the horror experience you plan to deliver. 7- Locations: Highlight the Various Settings and Environments of the Film Describe the diverse locations featured in your film and their significance to the story. Utilize images or concept art to visually convey the atmosphere and mood of each setting. This section provides insight into the world-building aspect of your film and enhances the audience’s understanding of the narrative landscape. Example: Showcase key locations such as the eerie woods surrounding Ravensbrook. Each location serves as a character in its own right, adding depth and texture to the overarching story. 8- Comps: Identify Similar Successful Films to Provide a Reference Point Identify successful films that share thematic elements or target a similar audience to your project. These comparisons help investors and collaborators understand the potential market and audience appeal for your film. Example: ‘The Conjuring’: Grossed over $300 million worldwide, demonstrating the appetite for supernatural horror. ‘Get Out’: Earned $255 million globally, showcasing the success of horror films with social relevance. ‘Hereditary’: Grossed over $79.3 million, acclaimed for its atmospheric horror and psychological depth, earning critical praise and a dedicated fanbase. 9- Market Analysis: Evaluate the Target Audience and Market Potential Provide an analysis of the target audience for your film, including demographic information such as age, gender, and interests. Discuss current trends in the film industry relevant to your genre and how your project fits within the market landscape. Highlight any niche audiences or underserved demographics that your film may appeal to. Example: Combining the supernatural horror elements of ‘The Conjuring,’ the thought-provoking social commentary seen in ‘Get Out,’ and the atmospheric depth of ‘Hereditary,’ our film aims to resonate with a broad audience, appealing to both horror enthusiasts and those seeking a deeper narrative experience. 10- Team: Showcase Key Team Members Introduce the key players in your project, including headshots and brief bios. Highlight their expertise and experience to build confidence in your team’s ability to bring the project to fruition. Example: Include headshots and concise bios of the director, writer, and producer. This adds a personal touch and provides a quick overview of the talent driving the project forward. 11- Budget: An Overview of the Film’s Budget, Including Key Categories Provide a transparent breakdown of your estimated budget, showcasing the allocation of funds for different stages of the filmmaking process. This demonstrates fiscal responsibility and professionalism. Example: Our estimated budget is $X, with a breakdown for pre-production, production, post-production, and marketing. Pitch to Screen® Template | Microsoft 365 Images Be prepared if asked to explain your approach to funding, including a mix of independent investors, grants, and crowdfunding campaigns. Example: “Our funding strategy includes a mix of independent investors, grants, and crowdfunding campaigns.” Clearly articulate the avenues through which you plan to secure financial support for your film. 12- Production Schedule: Outline the Key Milestones and Timeline for the Production Process Present a timeline outlining crucial milestones for pre-production, production, and post-production. This offers a clear roadmap, demonstrating your project’s organization and feasibility. 13- Marketing and Audience Engagement: Present Your Marketing Strategy and Plans for Audience Engagement Outline your marketing strategy, incorporating teaser trailers, social media campaigns, and film festival premieres. This demonstrates your proactive approach to building anticipation and engaging with potential audiences. 14- Distribution: Describe the Distribution Strategy and Potential Distribution Partners Share your distribution strategy, which may involve targeting film festivals for initial exposure, followed by negotiations with independent distributors. This section illustrates your foresight in getting the film to audiences effectively. Example: “Our distribution strategy involves targeting film festivals for initial exposure, followed by negotiations with independent distributors for theatrical and digital release.” Communicate your plan to bring your film to audiences worldwide. 15- Statement: Expressing the Project’s Purpose, Vision, or Values Create an impactful statement that encapsulates the overarching purpose, vision, or values of your film project. This statement serves as a guiding beacon, shaping the creative direction and strategic approach of the film while reinforcing its significance within the broader cultural and cinematic landscape. 16- Contact Information: End the Pitch with a Call to Action and Contact Information Conclude the pitch with a call to action, inviting further inquiries. Provide your contact information for potential collaborators, investors, or anyone interested in the project. Additional Tips: Script: Ensure you have a draft of your script prepared to provide a comprehensive insight into your film’s storyline and structure. Proof of Concept: While integrating a proof of concept scene, short, or trailer into your pitch can be impactful, ensure its inclusion aligns with factors like content quality, project phase, and audience expectations. Creating a compelling pitch deck is an art that involves blending creativity, clarity, and strategic thinking. Each slide serves a specific purpose, contributing to the overall narrative that engages not only your audience but also potential investors and stakeholders, motivating them to support your film project. If you need assistance customizing our pitch deck template, book a consultation session with us. All rights are reserved to Pitch to Screen® LLC.

  • Embracing the Future: Artificial Intelligence and Its Impact on Filmmaking

    The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into filmmaking has emerged as a promising avenue, transforming how movies are made and shaping the future of the industry. While some might view AI-generated films as a threat, they also offer a wealth of opportunities for creativity, efficiency, and accessibility. Artificial Intelligence has found its way into various aspects of filmmaking, from pre-production to post-production. In pre-production, AI algorithms are employed for script analysis, market prediction, and even generating story concepts based on popular trends and audience preferences. This helps filmmakers make informed decisions about their projects and enhances the chances of producing successful films. During production, AI-powered tools assist in numerous ways, including camera work, lighting, and directing virtual actors. AI-controlled drones and cameras can capture shots that would have been difficult or risky for human operators, while AI-powered lighting systems can efficiently create desired atmospheres. Moreover, AI can analyze actors’ performances in real-time, helping directors fine-tune their acting. In post-production, AI accelerates the editing process, as it can sort through hours of footage and recognize patterns, making it easier for editors to compile the best shots. Additionally, AI-driven visual effects and animation open up new creative possibilities and reduce the time and resources required to bring imagination to the screen. One of the most intriguing aspects of AI’s impact on the film industry is the emergence of AI-generated films. These are films that are created entirely by AI algorithms, from scriptwriting to final editing, without any human intervention. While this concept might raise concerns about job displacement in the industry, it also introduces new possibilities. AI-generated films serve as a creative playground for exploring unconventional ideas and experimental storytelling techniques. They can act as a source of inspiration for human filmmakers and open doors to fresh narratives that may have been overlooked by traditional methods. Additionally, AI-generated films can cater to niche audiences and offer diverse content that aligns with individual preferences. Despite the potential benefits, AI in filmmaking also presents certain challenges and limitations. One major concern is the issue of creativity and originality. AI algorithms, while adept at recognizing patterns and trends, may struggle to produce truly innovative ideas or authentic emotions that resonate with audiences on a deeper level. The “human touch” remains an integral part of storytelling, and AI cannot entirely replicate the nuanced artistry of human filmmakers. Moreover, the ethical implications of AI-generated content need careful consideration. Ensuring that AI-generated films adhere to societal norms, respect intellectual property, and avoid propagating harmful stereotypes is crucial for responsible integration. Rather than viewing AI as a complete replacement for human creativity, the future of filmmaking lies in a harmonious collaboration between AI and human filmmakers. AI can act as a powerful tool to augment human creativity, offering efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and the ability to experiment with new ideas. For example, AI can assist in generating initial concepts, optimizing production processes, and enhancing visual effects, while human filmmakers can bring their unique perspectives, emotions, and artistic talents to infuse stories with authenticity and relatability. This combined approach promises a more inclusive and diverse industry with a broader range of stories to tell. Artificial Intelligence is poised to revolutionize the film industry in profound ways, streamlining processes, and inspiring creativity. While AI-generated films are already making waves, they are not a threat to the industry; rather, they represent a powerful catalyst for innovation and artistic exploration. Embracing AI in filmmaking can unlock new possibilities, fostering collaboration between technology and human ingenuity, ultimately delivering richer and more captivating cinematic experiences for audiences worldwide. As we look to the future, the key lies in striking a balance between the capabilities of AI and the enduring power of human creativity.

  • The Cinematic Art of Persuasion: Delivering a Compelling Movie Pitch

    Mastering the art of effectively pitching a movie can pave the way to success in the industry. An essential part of this skill set is mastering the art of the elevator pitch — a concise and compelling snapshot of your film’s essence. In this article, we’ll explore the vital elements and practical tips that can transform your movie pitch into a persuasive work of art. At its core, an elevator pitch is a concise summary that captures the essence of your movie, much like a snapshot of its story. Imagine finding yourself in an elevator with a potential investor, producer, or decision-maker. The challenge is to convey your project's uniqueness within a short elevator ride. Here are the Key Elements to Keep in Mind: 1. Clarity and Simplicity: Keep your pitch simple and easy to understand. Clearly explain the core idea of your movie in a way that anyone can grasp, even if they’re not familiar with your project. Avoid using complicated language and focus on getting to the heart of your story. 2. Hook the Audience: Start with an engaging opening Whether you start with an exciting twist, a thought-provoking question, or a memorable character introduction, aim to create a moment that draws them in. 3. Know Your Audience: Adjust your pitch to suit your audience’s preferences. Whether it’s a producer, investor, or potential collaborator, understanding what they’re interested in will help you highlight the aspects of your movie that will appeal to them. 4. Emphasize Unique Selling Points: Highlight what makes your movie stand out What sets it apart from others in its genre? Whether it’s a fresh perspective, a unique storyline, or a character, emphasize what makes your movie special and worth investing in. 5. Master Your Pitch: Practice your elevator pitch until it becomes second nature Be ready to deliver it confidently and passionately, adjusting it as needed for different situations and audiences. The more comfortable and genuine you are, the more convincing your pitch will be. My Movie Pitch: A Movie Pitch Example Presented by Kira Omans Hi, I’m Kira Omans, and this is my movie pitch:“ETHEREAL” is a supernatural thriller feature film that follows Sarah, a young journalist, who inherits her family’s old mansion when her grandmother passes away. As Sarah settles into her new home, strange things start happening. Weird noises and mysterious shadows. Turns out, the mansion has a sinister history, and Sarah is caught right in the middle of it. Determined to find the truth, Sarah teams up with Detective James Monroe. Together, they investigate the secrets hidden within the mansion, uncovering clues that lead them down a dark and dangerous path. But as they dig deeper, they realize they’re not alone. An ancient evil creeps within the mansion’s walls, threatening to consume them both. Meanwhile, Sarah’s personal journey unfolds as she confronts her own fears and doubts. The detective, too, wrestles with his past, adding depth to their characters and their bond as they face the horrors together. Inspired by real events and movies like ‘ZODIAC’ and ‘THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO,’ ‘Ethereal’ brings a fresh, spine-tingling twist to the horror genre. Additional Tips: Include Examples and Case Studies: Real-life examples or case studies of successful movie pitches can provide practical insights into how these principles have been applied in the industry. They can illustrate the effectiveness of certain techniques and inspire creating your pitch. Utilize Visual Aids: Visual elements such as concept art, storyboards, or mood boards can enhance your pitch by conveying the tone, style, and visual appeal of the film. Incorporating these aids can make your pitch more engaging and memorable. Network Effectively: Learn how to network effectively within the industry and follow up after delivering your pitch. Building relationships with industry professionals and maintaining communication can increase the chances of getting your project noticed and supported. Conduct Market Analysis: Conduct market analysis and audience research to identify trends, audience preferences, and potential competitors. Understanding the market landscape and positioning your film accordingly can demonstrate its commercial viability and market potential. Address Legal and Financial Considerations: Include information on legal and financial considerations, such as intellectual property rights, budgeting, and financing options. Addressing these aspects demonstrates preparedness and professionalism, building confidence in potential investors and collaborators. In addition to these essentials, feel free to explore our pitch deck template, which includes a comprehensive guide that will walk you through the process of presenting your concept effectively.

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  • Pitch to Screen® | Indie Film Hub | United States

    Submissions now open for the 2024 Pitch to Screen® Festival in NYC! View Our Festival >> ABOUT Discover the essence of independent cinema with Pitch to Screen® — a leading film festival, distributor, agency, education hub, and production support platform. Stay connected with our latest news, podcasts, and filmmaking essentials. Become a member to access exclusive benefits, resources, offerings, and more! JOIN US >> FESTIVAL Our festival celebrates filmmakers who bring unique ideas to the screen, overcoming challenges in independent film production. FESTIVAL >> We showcase a carefully curated collection of independent films from around the world throughout the year. CATALOG >> CATALOG We feature the finest talent from around the globe, providing unparalleled access to unique skills and expertise. TALENT >> TALENT EDUCATION We offer expert-led courses, masterclasses, and certificate programs to empower independent filmmakers on their creative journey. PROGRAMS >> PRODUCTON Our passion: realizing storytellers' visions. With our extensive network and industry experts, we offer unparalleled support and resources. SERVICES >> MAGAZINE Our magazine spotlights outstanding filmmakers and highlights the latest releases, industry insights, and essential filmmaking resources. MAGAZINE >> POCAST We interview filmmakers to understand their work, challenges, and vision, offering our audience valuable perspectives and insights. PODCAST >> STORE Our store offers a curated selection of indie filmmaking essentials, providing creative tools, products, and branded merchandise. STORE >> CONTACT

  • Pitch to Screen® Membership

    MEMBERSHIP We seek committed professionals dedicated to the art of independent cinema. Our membership criteria, including professional experience, positive reputation, and commitment to collaboration, are designed to ensure that our community thrives with talented and reputable members who actively contribute and benefit from our resources. Pitch to Screen® Gold $ 60 60$ Valid for 12 months Select Film Access - Festival Lineup Forum - Global Engagement Members Directory - Networking Hub Groups - Production Labs Events Access - Exclusive Screenings Digital Library - Creative Assets Newsletter - Industry Insights

  • Pitch to Screen® FAQ

    What is Pitch to Screen? Founded in 2017, Pitch to Screen® is an LLC company and registered trademark. We offer a film festival and screening platform designed to celebrate and distribute outstanding independent films from around the world year-round, an education program providing the necessary knowledge to excel at each stage of the filmmaking process, a talent agency representing outstanding global talent, and a production support hub providing consultation and resources for filmmakers seeking to bring their vision to life. Additionally, we showcase a magazine for indie news, a podcast featuring visionary filmmakers, and a store offering filmmaking essentials and branded merch. Are you partnered or affiliated with other companies? Yes, we offer many of our services through our partners' platforms. In addition to our website powered by Wix and social media pages, we exclusively partner with the following platforms: FilmFreeway, Eventive, Eventbrite, Spotify, SoundCloud, Backstage, Medium, Shopify, and Spreadshirt. It's important to note that outside of these platforms, any use of our copyrighted content or trademark is strictly prohibited. What types of production support do you provide? We offer comprehensive production services, covering everything from concept development to post-production. Please feel free to schedule a consultation session with us to discuss your specific needs. How do I apply to be represented by your agency? We generally prioritize talent from within our network, but we're open to reviewing your profile for potential opportunities. Please feel free to email us your resume detailing your qualifications. Use 'Talent Submission' as the subject line. Does you provide funding for movies? We do not finance movies in their entirety. However, in exceptional cases, we may invest in the early development stages of a film project. Can I submit scripts or project proposals? We only accept submissions by invitation and do not consider unsolicited scripts or project proposals. However, we invite you to explore our programs, services, and festival for potential opportunities and offerings. What kind of education services do you offer? We offer both hands-on masterclasses and courses that are designed to help participants master every aspect of the filmmaking process. How can I find or register for an upcoming course? Our upcoming courses and masterclasses are listed on our programs page. To register, please follow the instructions provided. Additionally, you'll find our courses listed on Eventbrite. Do you offer certificates for completing a course? Yes! Every participant who completes a masterclass or course will receive a certificate of completion. Are there minimum age requirements to attend your courses? Participants must be at least 18 years old.​ What is the Pitch to Screen® Festival? The Pitch to Screen® Festival carefully curates a diverse and exciting selection of films, featuring a mix of genres, styles, and perspectives. The films showcase the latest and greatest in independent cinema. For more information, please visit our festival page. Are selected films screened at the Festival? Yes, all officially selected films are screened exclusively through our on-demand virtual catalog. Selected filmmakers will have their works promoted on our platform. Are you an Awards Show? Yes! The Pitch to Screen® Awards recognizes excellence in several categories, including Narrative Feature Films and Narrative Short Films. Awards in each category will be announced during the awards ceremony. Where can I access the list of officially selected films? The list of officially selected films, nominees, and winners is exclusively published and verified in our magazine. When and where is the next awards ceremony? Friday, October 25th, 2024 at the iconic Dolby® Theatre in New York City. Previous ceremonies were held at the American Film Institute Silver Theatre and Film at Lincoln Center. Does your festival offer distribution opportunities? We exclusively distribute films—whether they're in competition or not throughout the year—via our on-demand virtual catalog, guaranteeing exposure and revenue sharing with filmmakers. For inquiries regarding distribution options for your finished film, contact us with the subject line 'Distribution Inquiry'. Can I cancel my membership and receive a refund? Yes, you can cancel your membership at any time. Refunds are available within 30 days of activation. After this period, no refunds will be issued. How can I become a collaborator? We love collaborating with outstanding writers, performers, and content creators and strive to showcase diverse voices. We’re always on the lookout for collaborators to join us. If you like to work with us, get in touch by emailing us at FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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