Category Archives: Awards and Nominees
Variety’s choices for Top 10 up-and-coming directors.
A look at some of the hottest indie features of 2013!
What’s your favorite?
Ladies and Gentlemen, the 2013 Hit List ballot is now out. All voting will commence between today and December 2nd, 2013. For those of you on the voting panel, please check your inboxes for the 2013 Hit List Ballot. For those of you on the panel who did not receive, please contact us. We are also very pleased to announce the upcoming release of our first annual SPEC MARKET IN REVIEW… (details inside)
Announcing the nominees for the 16th annual British Independent Film Awards!
The 19 Films Submitted For Best Animated Feature
The Walking Dead, Lost, The Good Wife, The Goldbergs, Fringe, Alcatraz, House, Revolution, Person of Interest, Almost Human, Mockingbird Lane, and the upcoming series Extant are just a few of the television shows our judges got off the ground… and that’s just our new executive bracket! From Bad Robot to Scott Free – WME to Gersh – Bad Hat Harry to Verve – our 25 judges are changing the face of television one pilot at a time.
Announcing this year’s Samuel Goldwyn Screenwriting Award winner!
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have announced their Nicholl Fellowship winners!
We are very pleased to announce the Top 100 writers as voted on by top executives, producers, agents, managers and assistants!
We look at the new generation of writers as they navigate between a diminished (but still successful) spec market, and the biggest pilot buying year to date. With a breakdown of year-over-year spec sales, pilot sales, and how the markets have adapted.
See how some of the writers are doing after just 2 years.
From Young & Hungry List to TB Recommends to NBC Fellowship. Not too bad Mr. Perri, not too bad at all.
The 2013 Emmys wrapped up tonight with a mixed handful of upsets (Anna Gunn, Bobby Cannavale, Jeff Daniels) and returning winners (Modern Family, Claire Danes) and a runtime just over 3 hours. Not a complete win for host Neil Patrick Harris, but still an entertaining few hours spent with some of the biggest and brightest in our golden era of television!
See who won the prestigious “People’s Choice Award.”
Who will be crowned the TB Emmy King or Queen in 2013? Is it you?
A recap of the big winners at the 2013 Venice International Film Festival!
Top 10 have already dominated the indie circuit, and now set their eyes on world (box office) domination!
Top 10 New Writers Made Fellows!
Fresh Eyes, Fresh Looks, Fresh Stories – The Top 20 to Watch!
To any representatives or executives who have not received the ballot as of yet, please contact us Info@Tracking-Board.com to have one sent.
Santa Sierra becomes our 10th TB Recommended writer, and the 2nd to earn the nod with a TV pilot.
The Nominees for the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards!
A comprehensive list of the 2013 Launch Pad’s Top 25 feature scripts, showcasing your winners, runners-up, top 10 and semifinalists!
Logline: When a college student facing graduation starts suffering from uncontrollable violent thoughts, she becomes obsessed with finding out what they mean.
Logline: While it seems like every single bitch they went to high school with is now living ‘happily-ever-after’, two thirty-something best friends put marriage, kids and mortgages on hold in order to chase a different dream – writing the next big novel craze à la Twilight or Fifty Shades of Grey… However, with their chance of success fading as fast as their looks, their close bond is fractured when one of them panics and falls for ‘Mr. Right Now’.
Logline: In turn of the century London, Jack Wolverton, gentleman thief, specializes in stealing the arcane, the accursed and the occultic. With war about to break out, only he can stop the world’s most powerful artifacts (The Monkey’s Paw, The Hope Diamond and the Portrait of Dorian Gray) from falling into the wrong hands!
Logline: Bored with life after traveling the world, a dying medical examiner attempts to quench his thirst for exploration by vicariously traveling through Hell via tales told by the executed Death Rowers he secretly revives.
Logline: Mark Fallman is sent to prison as an accessory to armed robbery with his murderous partner Bill Walsh. After Fallman is released from prison, he wants only to return to his deceased father’s ranch and set his life straight; but, he finds the ranch lost to foreclosure and his family confined to a trailer home. Succumbing to his emotions, Fallman digs up the cash from the former heist and finds himself confronted by the escaped Bill Walsh.