Drafts are due!

Drafts are due the end of Monday, August 31. Trust us that this is not meant to be a stress-inducing draft, but just something that shows us you're working on it, have ideas, are still committed to the film, etc.

It can be as simple as:
- outline
- a few scenes written
- a pencil sketch on the back of a fast food wrapper
- track listing

WHATEVER! Just submit something to us and you can pass on through the rest of the round.

For reference: Round 11 Draft Info.

Round 11 Draft Info

Now that you have all claimed movies, hopefully you're all getting on with the creating! Here is some information regarding draft submissions. Feel free to leave a question here or send it to our email.

- Posting Schedule: here
- Drafts Due: Monday, August 31 at 12:01 am in your corner of the world
- Posting Begins: Monday October 5

Just as in the past, we're welcoming drafts as early as you like and all are accepted up until 12:01 am on Monday August 31 to the cinema_mod's email. All other information is below the cut. Please read carefully! If you have further questions, you may comment to this post or email us: spncinema.mod @ gmail . com (without spaces).

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If you have any additional questions after reading all this, ask us in this post or via email, and we'll answer them ASAP. Otherwise, good luck finishing your fanworks!

Round 11 Posting Schedule


It is here!!!



The posting schedue for all your wonderful creations is here.

Fanworks will be posted from Monday, October 5 - Thursday, October 29, with an amnesty day on Friday, October 30. The amnesty day is just in case ... for people who miss their posting date to finish out their fanworks and still get it in Round 10.

And don't forget that drafts are due Monday, August 31 at 12:01 am (in your corner of the world). For more info on draft requirements and submitting drafts: Draft Info.




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Quick links: Round 11 Draft Info | Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Round 11 Claims and Schedule!



Welcome back for Round 11!

This year we are changing things up a bit ... Instead of formal claims rounds, we will have informal sign-ups from now until Saturday July 25 @ 11:59pm CST. The standard rules still apply - only one movie per media per person, so be sure to check this post before you claim that no one has signed up with the same movie.

Key Links
2020 SIGN-UPs
FAQs
BETA SIGN-UPs
ADVERTISE BANNERs

Round 11 Schedule
Sign Ups - Now through Sat July 25 @ 11:59pm CST
Schedule Posted - Saturday, August 1
Draft Due - Monday, August 31 at 12:01 am in your time zone
Posting Begins - Monday, October 4, 2020

Round 11: Advertise Banners

Here are some banners to advertise Round 11! Feel free to share on any platform and invite your friends, family, and not-so-loved ones ;)

Copy and paste the html in the box below your preferred banner and post away!












Round 11: Beta Sign-ups

If you want to be a part of the challenge, but aren't a creator (or don't have time to create for your own film), consider being a beta reader/viewer! These are helpful for all types of fanworks to provide a review and constructive feedback on improvements.

For those who are unsure what the role of a beta is ... from wikipedia:
An alpha reader or beta reader (also spelled alphareader/betareader, or shortened to alpha/beta) is a non-professional reader who reads a written work, generally fiction, with the intent of looking over the material to find and improve elements such as grammar and spelling, as well as suggestions to improve the story, its characters, or its setting. Beta reading is typically done before the story is released for public consumption. Beta readers are not explicitly proofreaders or editors, but can serve in that context. Elements highlighted by beta readers encompass things such as plot holes, problems with continuity, characterisation or believability; the beta reader might also assist the author with fact-checking.

Betas are common to whip a fanwork into shape and for the creator to get an objective opinion on their pieces prior to submitting/posting. A beta read/viewing is not required for the draft submission, but is highly recommended prior to posting your works to the community on your scheduled posting day.



If you are interested in being a beta, please sign up below. Note that we will not be matching up betas with those in need; participants should contact the beta volunteer directly.

Beta Volunteer Form:



Thank you and good luck!

Round 11: Sign-Ups



Quick Rules
- Sign-Ups close Sat July 25 @ 11:59pm CST.
- Participants can claim up to two films - use the second listing in the sing-up info below.
- Proxy claims are welcome - you must list the participant in the sign-up info below (not the proxy name).
- Collaborations are welcome - you must list the partner & media in the sing-up info below.
- Anonymous commenting is on for participants from other platforms.

FAQs

If you have additional questions, please email the mod account - spncinema [dot] mod [@] gmail [dot] com. DO NOT reply to this post. This post is for SING UPS ONLY.

Please use the following form to claim your film: