About Colette Sartor
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Entries by Colette Sartor
CineStory is excited to announce that E. Napoletano is the recipient of the 2019 Population Media Center CineStory Scholarship. Population Media Center (PMC) will cover the cost for E. to attend the 2019 CineStory TV retreat held in Idyllwild, CA this March.
We’re thrilled to host manager/producer Lisa Callamaro’s intensive one-day seminar “The Business of ‘The Biz,'” which teaches writers, writers/producers, producers, filmmakers, or anyone interested in developing projects the tools they’ll need to further their IP and empower their career.
We’re thrilled to introduce the 2019 CineStory TV Fellow, Robert Axelrod, whose wining episodic spec comedy script BETTER THINGS – “Goy Vey” impressed us with his skill in capturing the tone of the show while also showcasing his own writing voice. As this year’s Fellow, Robert will receive $1,000, free tuition and housing for this […]
We’re pleased to announce the division winners of the 2019 CineStory TV Retreat and Fellowship competition.
We’re always so busy at CineStory with our yearly feature and TV contests and retreats, as well as other, new, informative events, that we rarely get the time to sit down and assess where we stand in the screenwriting contest community. So it was a great surprise to discover that we recently made some best […]
We’re pleased to announce the finalists of our 2019 TV Retreat & Fellowship competition. Congratulations to these talented writers, and many thanks to all who entered!
After another intensive round of judging, we’re pleased to announce the semifinalists of our 2019 TV Original Division Finalists. Congratulations to these talented writers, and many thanks to all who entered!
We are pleased to introduce our second and third place winners in the 2018 Feature Fellowship competition. Avishai Weinberger won second place for his screenplay DRIFT OFF and Belinda Schmid won third place for her screenplay JESSUP CREEK. Congratulations to them both!