SUBMITTING YOUR PROJECT:
You have created a new series and written the pilot episode.
But now what? Submit your project for the chance to have it seen by industry producers, agents, and other TV creatives & execs.
Download this whitepaper and find out why and how to submit to Catalyst Content Festival.
THE CREATORS' PERSPECTIVE
Hear directly from Dr. Yvette Lu from Vancouver, Canada, who screened her show at a
"One of the greatest things about the festival is, of course, meeting people who have influence in the industry, but another great thing, really fantastic, is meeting peers.”
FESTIVAL DIRECTOR'S SUBMISSION TIPS
Hear directly from Catalyst Executive Director, Philip Gilpin, Jr., about tips for submitting your project to the festival.
What are the main points to know about your show? How does the festival decide which projects are selected? And more info...
THE SKILL OF
Pitching is a skill and an art! You'll need some pitching experience to become really good at it.
Developing any skill takes time.
But we'll provide you here with the basics, so you'll feel confident to achieve success at Catalyst Content Festival in October.
Need more pitching tips? Here’s one more from a former Catalyst Content Festival attendee Patrick Sanderson from New Orleans, USA:
"Make sure your pitch is concise. Short, quick, to the point- to give them time to talk, so it's a dialogue and not just you talking the entire time."
MAJOR CHANGES TO THE FESTIVAL
- ITVFest rebrands as Catalyst
- Abrams Artists Agency partners as Title Sponsor
- Festival Long-Term Headquarters Moves to Duluth, Minnesota
- Storieroad Educational & Professional Development