Filmmakers @ the Prince: UNSTAGED

/Filmmakers @ the Prince: UNSTAGED
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april, 2017

18apr6:30 pm8:00 pmFilmmakers @ the Prince: UNSTAGED

Event Details

Join us on April 18, 2017 for UNSTAGED, a live reading of the 2016 “Set in Philadelphia” Screenwriting Competition (SIP) Grand-Prize Winning Screenplay.

Watch professional actors interpret The Forgotten, the SIP grand-prize winning screenplay written by Evan Young & Jareth Grealish.  Attend to see and hear what a grand-prize winning screenplay looks like and sounds like off the page.  Come get a competitive edge for your screenplay- the 2017 SIP final submission deadline is fast approaching.

Directed by Brian Wade
All-Star professional lineup of actors includes
(with some of their recent credits):
Annette Kaplafka: ‘Sam and Rose‘, ‘Mayor Cupcake‘, ‘Valentine’s Day
Peter Patrikios: ‘Bloodrunners‘, ‘Split‘, ‘Boardwalk Empire
Nakia Dillard: ‘Split‘, ‘House of Cards‘, ‘The Wire
Rachel Brodeur: ‘Dublin by Lamplight‘, ‘Hooked‘, ‘The Captive
Minou Pourshariati: ‘Love’s Labor Lost‘, ‘Shrew‘, ‘Shakespeare in Song
Kimberly Fairbanks: ‘House of Cards‘, ‘Untouchable
Chris Boylan: ‘Mindhunter‘, ‘Zeroes‘, ‘Bloodrunners
Robb Del Casale: “Gus the Groundhog”, QVC frequent presenter

The 2016 SIP Screenwriting Competition grand-prize winner, The Forgotten, written by Evan Young and Jareth Grealish is the story of when a pharmaceutical company employee is murdered, her brother- a man who is impossible to remember-tries to uncover the mystery of her death.

 

Free & Open to the Public | Space is limited.

 

For more information on the “Set in Philadelphia” Screenwriting Competition (SIP), visit https://film.org/sip.

Time

(Tuesday) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Prince Theater

1412 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

Organizer

Greater Philadelphia Film Office

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