$10,000 Grant From Palm Springs Women In Film & Television!s Filmmakers Lab And Stage 32
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Palm Springs Women in Film & Television and Stage 32 Partner For An International Short Script Competition, guaranteeing the winner a fully produced project.

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - Californer -- In honor of screenwriters everywhere, Palm Springs Women in Film & Television (PSWIFT) has partnered with Stage 32 to launch the first of its kind Short Script Competition open to filmmakers from all countries from around the world.The winning script will be produced by PSWIFT!s "Filmmakers Lab" for a guaranteed budget of $10,000. The Filmmakers Lab has produced 3 award winning short films and a six episode season of the variety talk show, "PS After Dark," starring Tristan Rogers. The members of the Lab will judge the projects and the winner will be announced August 15. The Project will be produced in the Fall of 2023.Stage 32 and PSWIFT will guarantee the film to be screened at their partner festivals "HollyShorts" in Hollywood, the "California Independent Film Festival," in Orinda, CA and the "Garden State Film Festival," in Asbury Park, New Jersey. The project is also guaranteed to be streamed on Roku!s, ZPTV platform.Stage 32 will provide the winner with a Mentor, Steve Desmond, writer of M. Night Shyamalan's new film KNOCK AT THE CABIN and director of MONSTERS, which won the Stage 32's Short Film Program.The top 15 finalists will receive an exclusive one page written feedback report from one of Stage 32 judges and Semi-Finalists and Quarter-Finalists will receive laurels from PSWIFT and Stage 32.The scripts should be between 5 and 15 pages and submitted in English and owned by the person submitting. The story location must be conducive to the Palm Springs area. There is no age limit and no limit on the number of scripts a writer may submit.

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"We are thrilled to be partnering with Stage 32 who is one of the leaders in educating filmmakers and offering a worldwide digital space for them to network. Our collaboration on this innovative competition will help to make a filmmakers dream come true of having their project produced by creative professionals and screened at a prestigious festival," said Kim Waltrip who is Chair of the Filmmakers Lab and past PSWIFT President."Palm Springs Women in Film has been a key organization committed to providing hands-on opportunities for filmmakers and we are thrilled to partner with them to provide a Filmmakers Lab that will shepherd the craft and career of an undiscovered filmmaker," said Stage 32 CEO Richard Botto.
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