Here are the sponsors that are helping to make this contest a success by offering prizes and services.
(Click on the name to the left to visit their website and get more info on them)

Click To Open Scr(i)pt Magazine is one of our prize presenters. They are granting the top three winners a one-year subscription to their publication.

Click To Open Esther Luttrell is not only agreeing to consider the first, second, and third place winners for possible literary representation, but is also offering three of her books, "Esther Luttrell's Tools of the Screen writing Trade", as prizes.

Click To Open Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf of Burbank is offering the first place winner a full gift basket as one
of the prizes.

Click To Open The Scriptwriters Network is a non-profit, volunteer based organization created by writers for writers. The Network sponsors ongoing Producers and Television Outreach Programs, hosts monthly meetings with guest speakers, sponsors the bi-weekly "Meet the Writer" film series at ArcLight Hollywood, and provides other educational and professional resources for emerging and working writers. The Scriptwriters Network will also be awarding the top three contestants a one year membership to their organization.

Here are the supporters that are helping to make this contest a success by offering creative consultation to the project
(Click on the name to the left to visit their website and get more info on them)

Click To Open Bryan Michael Stoller is on board for project support. He is a screenwriter/director that has just adapted the novel "They Cage The Animals At Night" for the big screen and will be co-directing it with Michael Jackson for Icon Productions (Mel Gibson's Company). He is also currently editing the official "Screen writing for Dummies" book and is authoring the "Filmmaking for Dummies" book. Bryan was unavailable to judge, but offers his support where needed.

Click To Open P.A.S.W. (Performing Arts Studio West) provided the location for the filming of promo spots and the cast video intros. They are also nice enough to donate the use of their audiot and lighting equipment for
special events.

Michael Conley is the official publicist of The C.A.S.T. Project. He is in charge of all the publicity for the project, contest, and production of the presentation pilot.

Scott Stoddard is a screenwriter and playwright who is currently producing and directing various projects in Los Angeles. Scott has offered his support where needed.

Click To Open Ivan Markota is the director and founder of the Van Mar Academy of Motion Picture and Television Acting in Hollywood. Ivan has offered much support over the years and offers his support to the C.A.S.T. Project where needed.

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