BAFTA Rocliffe Film Competition: 2016 submissions open (entry fee £42)

This competition is focussed on content for film. This includes feature films and short films. They are not accepting television, sit com, radio, theatre, magazine or game show format.

Three projects will be selected to be showcased at an event at BAFTA and given industry introductions. Forum List writers will go on to be involved in a wide range of development opportunities including workshops and events. BAFTA & Rocliffe are looking for new talent that demonstrate industry potential.

Projects that receive more than four nominations from BAFTA Rocliffe panel are published on our FORUM LIST– with the name, title and synopsis of the recommended scripts.

All submissions are read anonymously and every writer gets a submission feedback report.

“All writers will receive acknowledgement of their entry and will be informed of the status whether successful or not. We have nothing but respect for writer who enter our competitions”.

How to apply: there are lots of terms and conditions for this one, so it’s worth reading them before applying along with all the details of how to submit your work online. Find the details here.

Deadline: 27 September 2016

Source: BAFTA Rocliffe e-newsletter

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