Storyboard TV, an online community of scriptwriters, television producers, and TV enthusiasts, is now accepting entries in its competition for Best New TV Pilot Script.
What makes Storyboard TV different than other websites? At Storyboard TV, writers share scripts for original shows, get feedback from other members, and gauge enthusiasm for their story.
Membership to Storyboard TV is free and open to all, and all members can read, critique, and ultimately vote for their favorite TV scripts.
To learn more (and to enter), head on over to storyboardtv.com.
Ten Semifinalists receive a notes session with SBTV and have their scripts forwarded to a panel of industry professionals.
Three Finalists receive a 5-year subscription to the Script Pipeline Writers Database.
And one Grand Prize Winner gets a $1,000 check and a lifetime Scripped Pro membership.
Additionally, this year we’ve added a prize for BEST LOGLINE. The winner of this award will receive a free pass to The Great American PitchFest!
Last day to submit is May 19, 2013 (midnight, EST).
“Storyboard TV’s pilot competition was an awesome experience for me. The positive feedback I received from other writers and members of the site instilled more confidence in me and my writing. Also, I made a cool connection with someone in the industry thanks to the exposure I received by being a finalist!”
-Angela Ruhinda, 2013 SBTV Finalist
“Storyboard TV’s Pilot contest gave me the boost I needed to move to LA. It looked great on a resume for one thing, and the notes I got helped me perfect my pilot and get me into the top studio writing program in Hollywood. This fall I will be writing on a sitcom for Warner Brothers and finally realize my dream of seeing my jokes on network TV.”
– Graham Currin, 2011 SBTV winner
About Storyboard TV:
Storyboard TV believes in the power of the television drama to document, enhance, and transform people’s lives for the better. Established in 2009, Storyboard TV endeavors to nurture new writers and TV scripts, to foster the connection between the scriptwriter and the fan, and to shepherd new television drama into production during the Internet age.