MAKE YOUR OWN TV PILOT AND SEE IT SCREEN AT SERIESFEST
SeriesFest launches its inaugural Pilot Academy for high school students. Students will work as a team to create an original independent TV pilot through a writer's room and production workshop. Student's original creation will screen during SeriesFest on the big screen! Sign-up today—space is limited. Sponsored by CU-Denver College of Arts & Media.
HOW IT WORKS:
Students will work together with professional writers and instructors to form a WRITERS ROOM to create an own original episodic concept and pilot script. Following that, students will move into PRE-PRODUCTION under the supervision of professional filmmakers and showrunners to plan and strategize their production, scout their locations, and audition and cast actors. The final portion of the program is a two-week PRODUCTION where students will shoot and edit their final product to be screened!
Writers Room meets every Saturday from 10am–2pm for 4 weeks: May 18–June 8.
Production Camp meets 5 days a week Monday-Friday from 9am–4pm: June 10–June 21
Red Carpet Screening at SeriesFest: Saturday, June 22, time: TBD
SeriesFest is a non-profit organization dedicated to championing artists at the forefront of episodic storytelling.
To apply, please fill out the form below. Only 12 students will be accepted into the 2019 program.
For questions about the program, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SeriesFest High School Pilot Program
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