The Trailer Film Festival Accepting Submissions From Filmmakers

The Trailer Film Festival is a unique event for filmmakers. Only trailers are screened and the audience is exclusively film industry. Netflix, Amazon, Sony & Paramount are coming!

Trailers can be for completed films or scripts. They can be for feature films, TV shows, webisodes, games or books. Formats can be scripted or unscripted. As long as there’s a trailer, we want to watch it.

Over 100 producers, distributors and studio execs attended our last event. 45 filmmakers received requests. There was equal interest in both films and scripts. Multiple requests for the same project brought the total to 95.

Five judges review the trailers. Moments from the screening room are posted on our social media.

The 60 trailers with the highest score will be selected. 25 of those will be chosen for the actual event which will be held in a private screening room in Beverly Hills.

The online screening room is open for a month after the festival. This gives buyers plenty of time to find what they’re looking for and allows hundreds of international distribution companies to take a look.

The list of buyers is growing daily. Everyone’s looking for content!

The Trailer Film Festival Submission Fees

Early – $25 until December 9th
Regular – $35 until February 9th
Late – $50 until April 9th

Visit the website now for more information or to make a submission!

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