Community Flicks opens the door wide for family and faith-based screenwriters. Unlike screenwriting contests, supporters can answer the "Call for Scripts" without paying a submission fee. Community supporters can also submit up to three scripts per call.
All submissions must include a logline and a synopsis of the story. SCRIPTS MUST BE IN STANDARD SCREENPLAY FORMAT. Scripts that are not in screenplay format will not be accepted. Supporters must be 18 years of age or older to participate.
When marketing a screenplay, your script may or may not get read. If it's read and purchased, it may or may not get produced, and if it's produced, you may or may not be a part of the production.
When you submit your script to Community Flicks, you can be assured that, at the very least, your synopsis and logline will be read. If your film is selected, you can be assured that it will be produced as one of Community Flick's annual projects, and if it is produced, you can be certain that you will be a part of the production.
It's just one of the ways that Community Flicks has changed the playing field for Christ-centered family and faith-based screenwriters. However, quality is the name of the game. The Community's standards are high. We strive to manifest our Heavenly FATHER's excellence as best we can. Therefore, it is essential that those who write screenplays for GOD's purpose practice and develop their craft.
All Supporters must submit scripts electronically. This Call for Scripts is a national benefit open only to Community Flick's Supporters.
Call for Scripts submissions are received annually from November 1st to November 14th. The selected script will be announced on the last Thursday of January. All registered Supporters receive the Call for Scripts notification.
Also, you will need to adhere to the following:
Include your full name in the body of the email.
Submit your script by the November 14th deadline. No scripts will be accepted after the deadline.
Make "Script Submission" the Subject Line of your email submission.
Remove the cover page of your script.
A synopsis and logline must be included on one separate page along with your script submission. The panel will not review scripts without the synopsis and logline page.
Only submit copyrighted material.