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Let Me Pitch You... Fantastic Four

I’m of a mind to do some short form stuff, and seeing as I haven’t updated this site for a while because I’m a trash bag carefully sculpted to look like a human, I should probably combine the two. 2,420 more words

Comics

Startups, apply to Startup Battlefield at Disrupt SF today

(Source: techcrunch.com)

Applications are pouring in for Disrupt SF’s Startup Battlefield competition, and it’s no wonder — this year’s Startup Battlefield participants will join an illustrious alumni network of 655 companies (like Cloudflare, Dropbox, Trello) that have raised more than $6.9 billion in funding and have excited or IPO’ed more than 95 times. 257 more words

Technology

Pitching Like a Pro: The Do’s and Dont’s of Reaching Out to the Media

In the industry of Public Relations, you are only as good as your pitch. Drafting, creating, and sending out content and ideas to the media is a process that becomes routine throughout the work day and your career.  455 more words

Aquaman Adds Potential Third Villain

Michael Beach, formerly of Pitch fame has been cast in Aquaman as a character with a possible connection to one of the film’s villains.

Beach will be playing “Jesse Kane” who Deadline… 143 more words

News

SCI-FI Short Film of the Day: JOURNEY BACK, by Glida Bothwell

Title: JOURNEY BACK

Written by: Glida Bothwell

Type: Short Script

Genre: Drama

Logline: A woman in search of her ancestors and meaning in her life travels back in time to the Oregon Trail. 281 more words

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SCI-FI TV PILOT of the Day: BECOMING MORTAL, by MK McFaddden

PITCH:

Title: Becoming Mortal

Written by: MK McFadden

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Sci-Fi, Drama

Logline: After the death of their patriarch, an immortal family struggles with their grief, daily lives, as well as growing curiosity of uncovering who placed this burden on them. 104 more words

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SCI-FI Feature Film of the Day: TERRATOO RETURN TO EARTH, by Joe Koger

PITCH:

Title: Terratoo – Return To Earth

Written by: Joe Koger

Type: Feature Screenplay

Genre: Sci-Fi

Logline: A starship trooper with a mysterious past leads a mission of peace to an asteroid-ravaged Earth. 121 more words

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