BREAKTHROUGH READING SERIES Writer Submission Form
*** The Next deadline is July 1, 2020, for the reading on Wednesday, July 29, 2020 location TBD. For more info on the Breakthrough Reading Series, check out our website at
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Please fill out the form below and click submit. Then email up to 10 script pages to
. Please name your PDF file using this naming convention - "TITLE IN ALL CAPS - Full Writer Name".
We look forward to reading your submission!
Tips for writers -
- Give us your best 10 pages. They don't have to be the first ten pages of your screenplay or pilot, just the ten that you think best show off your writing.
- If your submission spills onto 11 pages, don't worry. Go ahead and submit - we can discuss trims later if your piece is selected.
- Feel free to cut intermediary scenes - or combine scenes from a particular storyline - in order to create a 10 page excerpt that has movement and reaches a cool ending. (And be sure to tell us you've done this in the Short Description section below so we're not confused when we read!)
- At this time, we're only accepting submissions from TV and film scripts, which includes pilots, features, short film, and web series. No stage plays, please. Thank you!
Name of Writer(s)
Email Address of Writer(s)
Separate multiple email addresses with a comma.
Genre / Format / Length
Tell us about the script your submission is from. Include all three if possible -- (1) GENRE - Comedy, drama, sci-fi, etc. (2) FORMAT - TV, feature, webseries, etc. (3) LENGTH - one-hour, half-hour, etc.
Short description of submitted pages
If your submission is from the middle of your script, please tell us what's happened so far and what we need to know about the characters.
Character breakdown for submitted pages
Gender, age, ethnicity, description of all *speaking* characters in your submission.
Check all that apply:
I am a woman writer
I am a diverse writer
My project promotes women
My project promotes diversity
Send me a copy of my responses.
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