Judges Notes Now Available For Films And Screenplays

The Judges Notes Service Will Be Updated And Available Again On April 1, 2019. We Are Currently Testing A New Program To Streamline The Process.

 

How Do I Get The Film Festival Judges Notes?

Are you a screenwriter or filmmaker that would like some notes from the judges after they have reviewed your submission? Good objective feedback is so important. That's why we are making this service available. Whether you've submitted your film to one of our festivals or not. Get fresh eyes on your submission, before you release it on the Film Festival Circuit.

 

Judges Notes: Short Films

 This service has been created for filmmakers that would like an unbiased reaction to their short film. Our team of film festival judges evaluate short films on a daily basis for our events. Get feedback about the story, actors, pacing and overall impression of your short film. This is genuine feedback about the impressions that our judges get after watching your short film. Is it funny, scary or unpredictable? Is it well written? Are your actors or dialogue believable. Is this an interesting story or is this boring? These are the questions that we can answer for you. It doesn't matter if your short film has been submitted, accepted or rejected to a film festival. We will give you our feedback and notes without bias. Even if you've never submitted your short film anywhere, isn't it a good idea to get objective feedback before you put your work out there? A small investment of $25, could save you hundreds of dollars in submission fees. What if we catch something that could have easily been fixed? It's time to invest in your creative work. Please purchase the judge's notes for your short film, then email a private link (YouTube, Vimeo, Dropbox, WeTransfer or Google Drive) to mikel.fair@filmfestivalcircuit.com. Please allow 7 days for delivery of judges notes via email.

Judges Notes: Short Screenplays

 This service has been created for screenwriters that would like an unbiased reaction to their short screenplay. Our team of film festival judges evaluate screenplays on a daily basis for our events. Get feedback about the story, characters and overall impression of your screenplay. This is not a technical evaluation for grammar or capitalization. This is genuine feedback about the impressions that our judges get after reading your screenplay. Is it funny, scary or unpredictable? Is it well written? Are your characters or dialogue believable. Is this an interesting story or is this boring? These are the questions that we can answer for you. It doesn't matter if your screenplay has been submitted, accepted or rejected to a film festival. We will give you our feedback and notes without bias. Even if you've never submitted your screenplay anywhere, isn't it a good idea to get objective feedback before you put your work out there? A small investment of $25, could save you hundreds of dollars in submission fees. What if we catch something that could have easily been fixed? It's time to invest in your creative work. Please purchase the judge's notes for your screenplay, then email your a .pdf file to mikel.fair@filmfestivalcircuit.com. Please allow 7 days for delivery of judges notes via email.

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Mikel Fair

Mikel Fair

Mikel Fair My name is Mikel Fair. I am the Director of Film Festival Circuit Inc. First of all, we are a company that manages film festival events in Texas and Oregon. Furthermore, we like to have fun and celebrate independent film. I worked for 15 years in the television and film production as a location sound mixer and production manager. I have also worked in post production as an editor, post sound mixer and composer. Above all, watching independent films and reading creative screenplays is my passion.

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