CineStory TV/Digital Retreat & Fellowship

CineStory TV/Digital

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Contact: Leah Estrin, Managing Director

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Objective

The CineStory Foundation has always believed in helping writers find their voice. We’re entering a world in which the ways to tell stories are limitless. Those stories always begin with a blank page. Our goal with the TV/Digital Series Retreat is to assist writers, whether they long for the collaborative nature of Television or they dream of going out on their own to create their own web series.

Structured like the CineStory Feature Retreat, the CineStory TV/Digital Series Retreat will take place over three days in the beautiful mountains of Idyllwild, California. Attendees will receive three one-on-one, one and a half hour sessions with CineStory mentors during which they can discuss everything from the project they submitted for feedback to jump starting their writing careers. Show More

Deadline/Entry Fees

Expired. Previous Deadline: 10/11/2021

Rules

Please see website.

Awards

  • Invitation to attend the Retreat.
  • One-on-one mentor sessions with industry professionals.
  • Experience in the simulated Writer's Room. (TV only)

CineStory TV/Digital

Contact

Web:
http://www.cinestory.org
Email:
info@cinestory.org

Contact: Leah Estrin, Managing Director

Report Card

Overall: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
Professionalism: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
Feedback: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
Signficance: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
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CineStory TV/Digital Retreat & Fellowship

Contact

Web:
http://www.cinestory.org
Email:
info@cinestory.org

Contact: Leah Estrin, Managing Director

Report Card

Overall: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
Professionalism: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
Feedback: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
Signficance: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
Report Cards: 3    
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Contest News

CineStory TV Announces First Round Contest Results

Cinestory TV has announced the quarterfinalists in their Original Drama, Comedy and Sci-Fi Categories, and the semifinalists in their Family category. The next round of results will be announced in mid-January.

2020 ORIGINAL DRAMA DIVISION QUARTERFINALISTS

1066 by Sam Wright
ALASSIO by Linda Pace Alexander
ARRANGEMENTS by Sarah Casey
AT THE DISPLEASURE OF THE PRESIDENT by Brian Cohen
BADASS by Kelly Byrnes
BIRDSONG by Jennifer Dunn
BITTER PILL by Rachel Hroncich
BROAD DAYLIGHT 60 by Douglas Cushnie
BURN by Matthew Fantaci
CASA DEL MAR by Rafael Diaz
CIRCUS by Brandon Foster
CURRENCY PILOT by Sofi Marshall
DARK IRISH by Erin Grelak
DEATH OF A REVOLUTIONARY by Marshall Ferrin
DEVIL’S GARDEN by Steven Wang
DOUBLE NEGATIVE by Kelsea Mayfield
EMBASSY by Felipe Silva
FI$H by Ian Hamill
FINDING SATOSHI by Shruti Saran
FORTY ELEPHANTS by Emily Aspland
G-HUT BEACH PILOT by Yash Hatkar
HOLY FIRE by Mike Roe
HOW YA LIKE ME NOW by Craig Williams
IN AMINI by Louise Lynch
JAGGED LITTLE PILL by Rachel Hroncich
LIFTOFF by Katherine Ruppe
LIVING MEMORY by Charlotte Cameron
MAY THE WOLF DIE by Eric Berg
MÈRE by Kade Roybal
MUMBAI LEGAL by Dhruv Kanugo
OLD WORLD by Dustin Clendenen
ON THE ROPES by Mary Iacono
QUICK STICKS by Ted Nusbaum
REBEL ARC by Warren Kinney
ROCK ‘N’ BISCUIT by Craig Miller & Dustin Chafin
RUN TO DAYLIGHT by Teresa Warner
SALVATION SHIP by Kristine Eckert
SEATTLE by George Westberg
SIGNS + WONDERS by Liz Maestri
STAGES by Ryan Christopher Churchill
SUGAR by Kerri Quinn
SWIM by Chantal Eyong
TECH-NICALLY MURDER by Kelly Strathmore
THE CARETAKER by Scott Nabat
THE CASES OF MYSTERY LANE by Margaux Froley
THE CHICAGO SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE by Eric Berg
THE DEEP by Kranti Pally
THE FACELESS by Adlinna Liang
THE MACHINE by Cory Greeson
THE MAID by Nicola Pittam
THE NAPOLEON OF CRIME by Melanie Evans
THE RADICAL by Stephanie Sranley
THE WHITE MOUSE: WITCH by Heather Farlinger
THE WOODHULL by Lynda Brendish
THROW LIKE A GIRL – #NOMERCY by Elfi Martinex
WESTSIDE HIGH by Jacqueline Berkman
WHITE TUNA by Peter Marshall Smith & Stanton Hill

2020 ORIGINAL COMEDY DIVISION QUARTERFINALISTS

4PLEX by Liza Behles
AREA 51 by Josh Smooha
BURGERS AND BIRYANI by Sai Saripella
CATTY P.I. by Karen Hartline
CHINESETOWN by Andrea Apuy
CODE SWITCH by Chidinma Orji
COPING by Christopher Kowalski
CRAZY IS RELATIVE by Honora Talbott
DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH by Bob Dawson
DOWN & OUT by W.P. Jenks
EAST PALO ALTO by Kelly Strathmore
EMERGENCY BREAK by Danielle Schwartz
EXPAT by Kris Crewelge
FANTASIES FOR $ALE by Joshua Kushner
FERMENTATION by Christine Garver
FLOATIES by Jake Arky
FOWL ROAD by Matthew Flynn
HALF IN / HALF OUT by Eric Stroud & Rory Kulz
HASHTAG BLESSED by Maryam Asnari
HOMOGENY by Dustin Clendenen
INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOUR by Jade Tremlay
ISSUES by Pogo New
LADY MOZART by Michelle Sarknay
LEARNING CURVE by Eleanor Kirk
MIDLIFE DRIVE-THRU by Iris May & Leia Vogelle
MY CULT by Tom Patrick
NEXT CHAPTER by Katharina Sporrer
NOAH’S PARK by Marica Simmons
PAT(HOLOGICAL) by Kevin & Tasha Bowden
PET by Pete Sailer
PSYCHOS by Joshua Sackeim
SECOND HELPINGS by James Gulian
SPRINGTIME IN SEPTEMBER by Randi Barros
THAT SISTER THANG by Lindiwe Mueller-Westernhagen & Dale Winton
THE END TIMES by Gregroy Fortier
WE’RE TOGETHER by Julie Kraut
WOMAN’S BEST FRIEND by Joey Day Hargrove
WONDERLAND by LaGina Hill

2020 ORIGINAL SCI-FI/FANTASY DIVISION QUARTERFINALISTS

ALICE WATSON, PARANORMALIST by Kristin Kriby
AMY IS ALIVE by Nicholas Leitzke
COMPANION by Nicholas Leitzke
ECCO, IDAHO by Christian Lybrook
HANKSVILLE by Nancy Duff
HARVIST by SJ Bennett
HIDE by Jennifer Nash
KINDLY METAL MOTHER by Kurtis Theorin
LA SIRENA by Natalie Bentley
OLYMPIA by Aaron Edwards
PARALLEL by Miatta Ronca
PAST IMPERFECT by Kathleen Cromie
PROJECT: CALYPSO by Michael Soll
SAVAGE by David Schlow
SIGNALS by Amanda Parham
SOL by James Fox
SPACE CRUSADERS by Paul Skinner
SPELLBOUND by Qiuying Chen
STEVE by Jay Furby
THE BLADE AND THE WING by Nicholas Leitzke
THE GOLDEN RULE by Moody J. Law
THE ILLEGALS by Elfi Martinez
THE PERAGRO PROJECT by Nabil Chowdhary
THE SIPHONIST by Joel Karlinsky
THE TINWIFE by Travis Neufeld
THE UNORDINARY by Justin McLachlan
TRANSFERENCE by Mark Spera
UNDERTOW by Elena Perez
VALKYRIES by Denise Canal
VISITORS by Bennett Weinschenk

2020 ORIGINAL CHILDREN/FAMILY DIVISION SEMIFINALISTS

CONNOR NELSON MD by Josh Smooha
EXTRA-ORDINARY JESS by Paul Karp & Sara Dolin
FAIRY-GARDEN by Shannon Dobson
MIKA PEPPER: MONSTER HUNTER by Zoë Furlong
SECOND STRINGS by Kelly Strathmore
STREET CATS by Luliana Diaconescu

Updated: 12/16/2019

CineStory TV/Digital Retreat & Fellowship

Contact

Web:
http://www.cinestory.org
Email:
info@cinestory.org

Contact: Leah Estrin, Managing Director

Report Card

Overall: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
Professionalism: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
Feedback: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
Signficance: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
Report Cards: 3    
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