Fall 2022 ScreenCraft Virtual Pitch Winners

by ScreenCraft on November 16, 2022

We are excited to announce the Winner and Runner ups for the Fall 2022 ScreenCraft Virtual Pitch Competition!

Eight amazing finalists were selected from almost 1,000 submissions to pitch their projects virtually to an esteemed jury at the ScreenCraft Virtual Pitch Finale.

Our incredible jury included Jennifer Katz (Manager of TV Development, Searchlight Pictures), Davina Hefflin (Literary Agent, Verve), Kyra Jones (TV writer and former ScreenCraft Virtual Pitch Winner), Sean Collins-Smith (TV writer and former ScreenCraft Finalist), Kylie Eaton (Writer, former ScreenCraft Virtual Pitch Finalist), and Kevin Bachar (Writer, ScreenCraft Competition Winner).

Mick and Toni by Nicole James Burggraaf

Before she goes into the light, Mick is determined to find a new platonic soul mate for her best friend Toni.

First Runner-up:
Mary [Redacted] by Phae Amara

It's 1864 and the Union is losing the Civil War, Mary Bowser- a black spy, poses as a slave in the Confederate White House risking her life for the freedom of all.

Second Runner-up:
Monsters Are Real by Alexander Chard

A mixed Indonesian boy struggling to grasp his mother's mental illness, manifests her demons into creatures from Indonesian folklore, and together they begin conquering them one by one.

Click below to watch the finalist pitch event recording!

Congratulations to these writers and all of our finalists, and thank you to our judges!

Our Spring 2023 Virtual Pitch Competition is now accepting submissions. Click here to apply and see this year's jury!

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