The Pitch is an online short film competition, which gives emerging film talent the chance to turn their concept into reality with the support of production and professionals. And it comes with a budget worth in excess of £40,000.
Entering is simple: pitch a short film concept that brings the Bible to life. It might be based on a Biblical story, character, or theme. The winning concept will be filmed, and the winner will go to Hollywood to meet industry professionals – including Studio executives, independent production companies and a variety of top industry names – who will watch the finished film and offer their feedback and advice.
- Invests over £40,000 in emerging film talent each year.
- Provides an opportunity to network with emerging and established film makers.
- Looks for original and outstanding concepts showing a creative engagement with the Bible.
- Is suitable for those aged 18 and over, from any background (no previous familiarity with the Bible is necessary).
For more information visit enterthepitch.com. You can also follow The Pitch on Twitter and Facebook.
For more information visit enterthepitch.com
The winner of a competition to Pitch a film idea based on the Bible has successfully directed his winning idea Only Child. Andy Toovey, from Pontypool in South Wales, spent five days on set on the former Talywain Golf course in Aberyschan as cast and crew have worked tirelessly to achieve his vision.
Andy Toovey from Pontypool, has won The Pitch film competition this year with his short drama film idea Only Child. 30 year old Andy pitched a film idea based on the story of David and Bathsheba to a panel of five industry judges at Pinewood Film Studios.
The pressure is mounting this week for the finalists in this year’s Pitch film competition. The ten contestants have already survived the first two rounds of the competition including an online public vote, but now face their biggest challenge.