Become a Hollywood Director

15 Feb

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – ‘ON THE LOT’

Aspiring filmmakers can take the first step toward fulfilling their

dreams of becoming a Hollywood director by taking part in FOX’s

new reality competition series called ‘ON THE LOT’.

Steven Spielberg and Mark Burnett are executive-producers for

the show that will be giving aspiring filmmakers from around the

world the chance to earn a $1-million development deal at DreamWorks.

The show will air on FOX next spring featuring a cast of 16

undiscovered filmmakers who will compete to win the support of the

show’s viewers, as their fate will be decided by a weekly audience vote.

The competition will air over two nights weekly, with a one-hour “Film

Premiere” episode, the following night will air a half-hour “Box Office”

results show.

After a global search, the group of applicants made up of 16 talented

filmmakers will be brought to Hollywood, where they will be divided into

teams and begin the journey toward their “BIG BREAK”!

Submissions:

Video submissions and application forms are now being accepted at

thelot.com . Applicants must submit a self-directed short film, up to

5 minutes in length that may be shown on the website on a future date.

Anybody from anywhere around the world can enter, you MUST be 13 yrs

and older please!

To submit your film:

Go to the website http://www.thelot.com/submit/ to uploaded your film

and mail in your application and DVD copy of your film.

DEADLINE: All submissions must be postmarked FRI FEB 16th, 2007

or they will NOT be considered.

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