ATF Chinese Pitch 2019

Chinese Version

ATF CHINESE PITCH FINALISTS 2019

Online Drama Series


神话Z世代
Company: The Big Shots LLP
Country / Region: Singapore

《禁,入》
No Entry

Company: 五芒星
Country / Region: Singapore/Malaysia

更衣室里谁的手机
Company: Ang Yee Sien
Country / Region: Malaysia

Theatrical / Online Movie


戰慄酒店
Hotel of Horror

Company: 文采 Melissa Wen
Country / Region: Taiwan

X-Limit
Company: JONATHAN TAN
Country / Region: Malaysia

再见,老Hero!
See You Around, Old Hero!

Company: Low Hui Hui
Country / Region: Singapore


三锅演义
Company: Lee Chee Tian
Country / Region: Singapore

赤城
Company: Link Sng
Country / Region: Singapore

何夕不中秋
Company: Nanfei Wen
Country / Region: Singapore

Submissions are Closed
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Win S$3,500

With the potential to get your script bought for S$15,000!


* English entries will be translated into Chinese, as all finished production is targeted at Chinese-speaking territories globally. Please read the Rules & Regulations / FAQ on further information regarding language matters.

KEY DATES

  • 15 May 2019: Call for submissions open
  • 1 October 2019: Deadline for treatment submissions
  • 1 November 2019: Deadline for scripts submissions
  • 20 November 2019: Finalists announced
  • 4 December 2019: Live Pitch

Submissions are Closed
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JUDGING PANEL


Guo Jingyu
Guo Jingyu
Group CEO
G.H.Y. Culture & Media
Chen Xiao
Chen Xiao
Vice President
iQIYI
Xiao Ji Xiang Tian
Xiao Ji Xiang Tian
Renowned screenwriter

Definitions

  • Logline (Max 30 Words)
    A brief (usually one-sentence) summary of a programme / film that states the central conflict of the story, often providing both a synopsis of the story's plot.
  • Synopsis (Max 500 Words)
    A brief summary of the major points of a subject or written work or story.
  • Treatment (Max 5000 Words)
    A piece of prose, typically the step between scene cards (index cards) and the first draft of a screenplay for a motion picture, programme or radio play. It is generally longer and more detailed than an outline (or one-page synopsis), and it may include details of directorial style that an outline omits.
  • Character breakdown
    A detailed analysis of the character development in the work or play, ranging from the character functions, emotions to their backgrounds.
  • Detailed budget
    A realistic approach to shooting budget from pre-production to post-production.
  • Target audience
    The intended audience or viewers for a certain work / programme.

Global Partner: 
G.H.Y Culture & Media



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