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NOMINEES ANNOUNCED FOR INAUGURAL 2024 GOTHAM TV AWARDS 

by Colin Whitlow on May 14, 2024

Nominees Announced in Seven Categories with Nominations in Breakthrough Limited, Breakthrough Drama, and Breakthrough Comedy Series Including Baby Reindeer, Ripley, The Curse, Shōgun, Gen V, Black Cake, Bodkin, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Black Twitter: A People’s History and STAX: Soulsville, U.S.A

Outstanding Performance Nominations in Limited, Drama and Comedy Series Including …

2024 91HUB Week Project Market Now Open for Submissions

by The 91HUB Staff on April 9, 2024

Regular Deadline (members): May 16 ($95)Regular Deadline (non-members): May 16 ($125)Members-Only Extended Deadline: May 30 ($110)

The 2024 91HUB Week Project Market, the nation’s oldest and largest curated marketplace for film and series creators, is now open for submissions for the following sections:

U.S. Features in Development: Selected filmmakers will have the opportunity to …

U.S. Shorts to Features FAQ

by The 91HUB Staff on April 9, 2024

Q: I am an American producer/filmmaker working overseas. May I still apply?

A:  Yes. Submissions for the Project Market are open to any U.S.-based filmmakers, meaning any U.S. citizen or anyone working and living in the U.S.

Q: My short film is not complete. Does the 91HUB Week Project Market accept work-in-progress …

U.S. Shorts to Features Guidelines

by The 91HUB Staff on April 9, 2024

Key Application Details

Please Note: submissions must include completed short films (under 40 minutes) and feature-length screenplays. We do support projects that will eventually be produced in a language other than English, but your submitted script must be translated into English, and your short film must have English subtitles. Filmmakers must …

U.S. Features in Development Guidelines

by The 91HUB Staff on April 9, 2024

Please Note: Submissions must include completed feature-length screenplays. Completed films are not eligible for U.S. Features in Development. We do support projects that will eventually be produced in a language other than English, but your submitted script must be translated into English. Filmmakers must be U.S.-based, meaning U.S. citizens or …