Video advertising production company Toast are offering young creatives the chance to have their viral script made into a top quality video. The script to screen contest is being run in association with creative hub IdeasTap and is open to participants aged 16-30 who are available for a London-based shoot and edit.
The competition winner will be put in charge of bringing their script to life with a full production team that includes notorious viral director Stuart Fryer. So not only will they make great contacts and have a top quality film to add to their CV, but the winner will also get a full insider understanding of the production process.
The competition has already been featured in the BBC Writers Room, Broadcast magazine and Televisual magazine, alongside gaining huge social media support. Toast have gone a step further and provided would-be entrants with a series of top tips on their blog. Tips have come from VW Bomber director and competition judge Stuart Fryer, Toast producer and judge Jeremy Dunn, and the brilliant screenwriter Martin Sadofski.
Producer Jeremy Dunn said: 'The Go Viral script writing competition is all about bringing a young person's script to life, no strings attached.
"As an independent production company Toast is all about producing beautiful commercials and corporate films, but we also believe that it's important to help and invest in the next generation of young ideas makers too.
"If we can have some fun along the way making it too, then bonus."
For up to the minute competition updates follow Toast on Twitter and Facebook. Or, visit their website for recent case studies of our work. Contact Toast on 0207 437 0506 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a production quote.