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  • Make the next great television drama, sitcom, digital series or unscripted format.

    The Independent Pilot Competition (IPC) is the NYTVF’s flagship, annual initiative, accepting independently-produced, original television pilots and series, short films, and short-form web series from around the globe. If your project is episodic in nature and is meant to be consumed in multiple chapters over time, then it's TV.
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    IPC submissions should be between 4 and 60 minutes in length, and all genres are welcome (Comedy, Unscripted/Doc, Drama, Family, Animation, etc). If submitting an unscripted/docu-series pilot, sizzle reels and/or character tapes are recommended. Official Selections in the IPC have the exclusive opportunity to screen in competition at the annual New York Television Festival, held in NYC. IPC Official Selections are also eligible for the competition's category and individual achievement awards as well as guaranteed development deals from[at]Festival Development Partners. See 2014 Festival Development Partners[at]HERE.

    Awards:
    Official Selections of the 2015 IPC will be eligible for:
    • Category awards including Comedy, Drama/Dramedy, Unscripted, and Short-Form Web Series
    • Individual achievement awards including Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Writing, and Best Director
    • Festival Development Awards, including a comedy deal with Comedy Central
    • Officially Selected Artists are invited to participate in the 11th Annual festival in October

    Deadlines:
    Early Deadline: Submit by Monday, May 11, 2015, and receive a discounted entry fee.
    Regular Deadline: Monday, June 15th
    Final Deadline: Monday, June 29th

    To submit:
    http://nytvf.com/2015_ipc.html

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    How long has this contest been running? Is there a place where we can view previous submissions/winners?
    "It's all make believe, isn't it."

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