Today’s FilmFreeway: Submit to the Fan Fiction Screenplay Festival

I know it’s often hard to get fan fiction work recognized and when I found out about the festival I saw it is a wonderful opportunity. The the quality of the feedback was amazing. I feel like it has helped me understand further into the screenwriting craft and will ultimately help me become a better writer.
– Andrew Akler (Batman: Patient Zero, screenplay)

Guaranteed winner every single month!

Submit via FilmFreeway:

In today’s market, agents and producers are looking for new talent who can write under the parameters of existing works and franchises. The art of adding a new twist/plot while knowing the themes and characters of the works you’re writing for. That is why the Fan Fiction Festival has been created.

Submit a FAN FICTION Script of a classic television show, movie series, or iconic franchise. Any past TV show or movie in the history of cinema. For example: You can send in a Friends TV screenplay, or a feature script from the Star Wars universe

Or, submit a Comic Book/Superhero Short Film and have it showcased at the FEEDBACK Film Festival.

Watch the January 2016 Winner:
Watch the January 2016 Fan Fiction Screenplay Winner

Watch the February 2016 Winner:
February 2016 Fan Fiction Screenplay Winner

Watch the March 2016 Winner:
March 2016 Fan Fiction Screenplay Winner

Watch the April 2016 Winner:
April 2016 Fan Fiction Screenplay Winner

Watch the May 2016 Winners:
May 2016 Fan Fiction Screenplay Winners

Watch the June 2016 Winner:
June 2016 Fan Fiction Screenplay Winner

.Also garner FULL FEEDBACK on your work from industry professionals.

Fan Fiction Festival Testimonials:

The feedback was very helpful and I highly recommend others enter the festival.
– David Minaskanian (Big Bang Theory)

Thank you for the feedback. The suggestions provided are very good (especially for page 38) and I look forward to making some revisions.
– Kevin Story (Space: 2099)

Very accessible. Fee was reasonable. Above all, I got the feeling that the reader was knowledgable about scripts and made great suggestions for polishing the script.
– David Gilbank & Paul Renhard (Doctor Who)

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