Following the success of the inaugural SPA Pitch on Demand initiative, we welcome SBS and ABC to take part in Pitch On Demand @ SF36. The specific SBS Commissioner Brief will focus on Scripted while the ABC are seeking pitches for Children’s content.
With its tailored and targeted approach, Pitch On Demand @ SF36 will fast-track opportunities for SBS and the ABC to source authentic, impactful, and meaningful local scripted and children’s content from Australian producers. By giving the commissioners more control over who they meet with at SPA Connect, we aim to increase the number of pitches that turn into partnerships.
*SUBMISSION NOW CLOSED*
07 December 2021 - Applications open
31 January 2022 - Applications close
Early March 2022 - Successful applicants notified
29 March 2022 - Pitch meetings take place at SCREEN FOREVER
SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION
Pitch On Demand @ SF36 is open to all delegates holding Gold Coast passes to SCREEN FOREVER.
If you currently do not hold a Gold Coast pass and would like to upgrade contact email@example.com.
For your application, you will need to attach a one-page pitch document for a project that meets the commissioner brief.
PITCH DOCUMENT FORMAT
Pitch documents must be a maximum of one A4 page with a font size minimum of 11 points.
Your one-page pitch document should include all the following information:
Format/Duration/Genre (ie: 8 x 1hr Crime Drama TV Series)
Logline (Maximum 90 words)
One paragraph synopsis (Maximum 300 words)
Project status including key attachments and committed finance or marketplace attachments
Proposed per episode budget
Producer name and contact details
Please save your PDF using this naming convention: COMMISSIONER_PROJECT TITLE_APPLICANT NAME.
All applications must be submitted via the submission portal by 5pm AEDT on Monday 31 January 2022.
We acknowledge and pay respects to the Yugambeh people of the Gold Coast and all their descendants both past and present. We also acknowledge the many Aboriginal people from other regions as well as Torres Strait and South Sea Islander people who now live in the local area and have made an important contribution to the community.