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Fresh Voices Pitch Contest


The Fresh Voices Pitch Contest affords aspiring writers the opportunity to turn great ideas into salable screenplays through experienced script guidance, professional mentoring, cash & prizes, plus the chance to pitch your winning project directly to producers, executives, agents and managers! An experienced manager/ producer will work with the winning screenwriter to turn their million dollar idea into a salable screenplay ready for the marketplace.


One on One mentorship with a Literary Manager/ Producer

$500 Cash Prize or $500 Travel Reimbursement

Fresh Voices Screenplay Development Consultation Package ($250 value)

  • Screenplay Analysis
  • Follow Up Evaluation

Final Draft v8 Screenwriting Software ($250 value)

Ink Tip Prize Package

  •  One free six-month feature script listing for the winning script/title on the InkTip Executive Index
  • One free title/logline listing for the winning script/title in one issue of InkTip Magazine
  • Winning title/logline published in one weekly Industry e-Newsletter sent to all InkTip entertainment professionals (over 60,000 opted-in)

Virtual Pitch Fest Prize Package

  •  VIP Package (10 Free Pitches)

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  1. Submissions should be made in word or pdf format with accompanying Fresh Voices Pitch Contest Form.
  2. The pitch must not exceed 3 pages, plus the Fresh Voices Pitch Contest Form. (Supporting materials can be included separately.)
  3. Submissions are accepted via electronic submission only.
  4. There is no limit to the number of pitches you may submit.
  5. Entries must be received on or before the deadlines and payment made in full at time of the submission.
  6. All submitted material must be original, and all rights must be wholly owned by the writer(s).
  7. Material must be submitted by the writer.
  8. Material written by writing teams must be submitted by one of the writers, with consent of the other.
  9. If a writing team is chosen as a winner, prizes will be given to the person who submits the project.
  10. Each team is responsible for dividing or sharing the prize money.
  11. If a writing team is chosen as the Grand Prize winner, representation will be offered to the writing team.
  12. Each applicant will receive an e-mail notifying them of the writing competition results.
  13. Substitutions of either corrected pages or new drafts of the entered material are not allowed.
  14. It is recommended that original material be registered with the WGA or The Library of Congress before submitting to any competition.


  1. All writers are eligible. However, a writer who has earned more than $25,000 (or equivalent currency) from professional writing services in a single year is not. (Contest winnings not included.)
  2. All ages from anywhere in the world are eligible; however the material submitted must be in English.
  3. Pitches based on material already written is acceptable.
  4. There are no requirements as to when the material was written.
  5. The material submitted must not be optioned, published, produced or purchased prior to entering the competition.
  6. Any submitted work that becomes optioned, published, produced or purchased between the time of submission and the end of the judging period will no longer be eligible.
  7. Pitches based on underlying/ source material (news/ magazine article, book, comic, graphic novel, life rights) is acceptable. Please identify on the pitch form.
  8. All material must be submitted using a Fresh Voices Pitch Form. Please contact us for exceptions.
  9. Employees and clients of Attraction Entertainment and employees of Fresh Voices past or present are not eligible to enter.


Question 1.) What is a pitch?

Your pitch can be a synopsis, treatment, short story, outline, beat-sheet or concept summary. Your pitch can be for a feature film or TV show, reality show, game show, 1/2 hour sitcom or hour long episodic, procedural or serial. It doesn't matter how the story's told, just make it engaging, exciting and fun to read. The pitch must be no longer than 3 pages - but you may include additional supporting material such as underlying properties, supporting articles, illustrations, poster art, or other references.. Whatever you have to sell the idea.

Question 2.) Can I submit a pitch based on a screenplay or teleplay I already wrote?

As long as you are open to notes and possible revisions then yes.

Question 3.) Do you take any ownership in the finished script and is my payment contingent on writing the script?

No. You retain all the rights and you are under no obligation to write the script if you decide not to. You can walk away with your idea and the prize money at anytime.

Question 4.) How can I protect my original idea?

You can copyright treatments, synopsis and outlines with the WGAw Registry the same way you would a script. An often overlooked step in proving the date and genesis of your original idea. Over and above, we'll take great care not to share your idea with anyone outside of our small development team.

John Edward Flynt wins second place in 2012 Fresh Voices Pitch Contest

John Edward Flynt won second place in the 2012 Fresh Voices Pitch Contest for his pitch based on his award winning screenplay, "The Olympia". 
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Rose Byrne Made long list in Fresh Voices Pitch Contest

My one page synopsis "Sharp Cutz" for a one hour TV Drama made the long list of Fresh Voices Pitch Contest 2013.
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Ishai Ravid wins Grand Prize in Fresh Voice's 2013 Pitch Contest

The Adventures of Columbus Junior in the New New World, an animated comedy-adventure pitch, wonthe grand prize in Fresh Voice's 2013 Pitch Contest.
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