Good morning Stage 32 Fam!
We’ve got a big month of creative endeavors ahead of us. Executives who work with Stage 32 are currently in production on projects and there are even some Stage 32 members who are prepping for shoots to go in the upcoming weeks! We’re all in this together and a success for one is a success for all.
In that spirit, we want to congratulate everyone who had success with a pitch or project in the Month of March. Your hard work and dedication to the craft is paying off and we are so excited to be a part of your journey.
Our biggest news in March was that writer Tom Batha traveled to Los Angeles to meet with several industry executives after winning the 4th Annual Stage 32 Screenwriting Contest for his script Good Saint Binky, and writer Julie Cross was the winner of the Stage 32 + Gidden Media Romantic Comedy Incubator Program with her script, Vagic.
Look for the next Stage 32 Meet Up to happen very soon!
In addition, a number of writers found success pitching their projects, or having their projects read by executives:
And, your humble author, Jason Mirch, the Director of Script services at Stage 32, was thoroughly impressed by the first 10 pages of Jason Sheedy’s script, Settlement, which he would like to and set up at a low-budget genre fund he is co-managing.
Please join us in congratulating these writers on all their success in March. Remember, it is still very early in the year. There is no telling what is in store for us if we stay committed. Respect the craft. Do the work. And you will have the breaks go your way!
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