Screenwriters may submit up to three projects through the website for business rounds with producers and TV programmers during the event. 20-minute meetings will be schedule as per the Players’ interests. The deadline for submissions is April 30, 2016.RULES AND REGULATIONS
- The Business Rounds shall take place in the mornings and afternoons from 5-8 July on the 2nd floor at Cinemateca Capitólio. The submitters of selected projects shall receive in the same e-mail used for submission, the time and date of each of their meetings.
- The timetable of the meetings will be defined by the FRAPA organizing committee. Should the submitter need to change their scheduled appointment date or time, they must send a written request to email@example.com 5 days prior to the previously scheduled date. This does not guarantee the submitter shall be granted the change, since it will be subject to evaluation by the FRAPA organizing committee.
- The meetings shall have a total duration limited to 20 minutes.
- The projects can have any format, but the submitter must inform in the submission if the work is a fiction, non-fiction, series or feature film project.
- Projects submitted to this event must be registered in the National Library of Brazil (FNC), Writers Guild of America (WGA) or the institution responsible in the submitter’s country. The register for such must be attached in the form, and the name of the project must be the same in the proof of register and in the form. Alternatively, the protocol for register will be accepted in the place of the proof of register.
- The deadline for submissions to the Business Rounds is April 30, 2016, at 23h59 BRT.
- The rulings regarding the selection of projects for the Business Rounds are final and irrevocable, and are under the responsibility of the production companies and television channels participating in the rounds.
- The meetings during the FRAPA Business Rounds do not represent any guarantee of business or commitment. It is solely an opportunity for screenwriters to present their projects and network with players from television channels and production companies.
- FRAPA is not responsible for the interaction and results that arise from the meetings, excusing itself from any obligations, duties, responsibilities and judicial or extrajudicial demands that may come to emerge as a result of the interaction between screenwriters, television channels and producers, during this event.
- The submissions are personal and nontransferable. Participant screenwriters may only submit 3 (three) projects to the Business Rounds.
Submission of projects to the Business Rounds is open to All Access FRAPA accreditation holders. The All Access accreditation purchase confirmation is mandatory for submitting projects to the Business Rounds. Please purchase your accrediation here.