Table Read Park City: Open for Entries
Like those Table Read winners who have received Oscar Nominations, or have premiered their produced scripts at a major film festival like Cannes, Table Read My Screenplay will help to motivate your passion for writing through the film festival and showcase experience, give you the opportunity to confidently network with the title of “Grand Prize Winner,” and a support mechanism for layering a long-term career with an invitation to be a part of the elite ISA Development Program Slate.
Feature/Pilot Grand Prize Winner
Gain exposure with the Directors and Producers attending the 2018 Sundance and Slamdance Film Festivals with you, through a live Performance of scenes from your winning script.
Flight & Lodging
Sundance Movie Tickets
4 Days of Festival Events
A dedicated director is guaranteed to personally sit and meet with you in addition to work shopping your script with professional actors, and that’s only the beginning of our support. The ISA Development Program gets your script in front of Producers, Literary Representatives and other Industry Executives from companies like Lakeshore Entertainment, Gidden Media, ICM, and more…
Short Grand Prize Winner
4 Days of Festivals & Events
Plus Other Prizes and Exposure From:
Denise Meyers’s 2015 Table Read My Screenplay – Austin Grand Prize Winning short, The Dark of Night, directed by Robin Wright and starring Sam Rockwell and Leslie Bibb, had its red carpet premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May.
Von Gunten’s 2015 TRMS Park City Short Grand Prize winning romantic drama screenplay, La Femme et le TGV has been nominated for an Academy Award in the live action shorts category. Listen to the podcast.
Mark Grisar’s 2016 TRMS London Feature Grand Prize winning thriller screenplay, Cleaning House, is currently in pre-production, set to begin principal photography in Spring with Goldcrest Films. Read More
Steven Prowse’s script The Night Witches, which placed with a Special Mention in the 2015 TRMS Park City Contest, was optioned by Eclectic Pictures (Lovelace, Expendables) in a mid-six figure deal. Read More