Spidervision Productions are looking for 10 – 15 minute short film scripts about India’s involvement in World War One.
Spidervision Productions are offering the chance for a talented writer to see their short film produced in the Northwest of England. Spidervision Productions is to mark the centenary of World War One and the ‘Then India’s' (India, Pakistan, Kashmir, and Bangladesh) involvement in the War.
To be eligible, writers must not be credited in film or television, but must have had one short film made. The successful writer must be available for meetings with the director to discuss the script and be able to complete any rewrites required for filming.
Writers are required to send their CV, including contact details, and how you learnt about the competition.
The film script should meet the following criteria:
• The short film must be between 10 – 15 minutes long with a maximum of 3 characters.
• It should have no more than three sets, with costumes and music.
• It must be original and not have been previously performed professionally.
• Only one script entry per person.
To apply, writers must email their writing CV and their World War One themed script to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 12 July 2014
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