Tag Archives: Caitlin McCarthy

Launch Pad Alum Caitlin McCarthy Named One of the Top 100 Indie Writers

caitlin m excerptLaunch Pad Pilot Competition alum Caitlin McCarthy has netted herself on the Top 100 Indie Writers in the World in a new book out by Del Weston and Theresa Weston. The book is the first of two taking readers on a trip through the minds, creativity processes, and lives of some of the most incredible screen and scriptwriters working today.

CLICK HERE TO DIG DEEPER

Launch Pad Alum Caitlin McCarthy Signs With Barry Krost Management (EXCLUSIVE)

caitlin m excerptLaunch Pad alum Caitlin McCarthy has signed with Barry Krost of Barry Krost Management. McCarthy recently appeared as a finalist in the 2016 Launch Pad Pilots Competition with her original drama pilot Free Skate.

CLICK HERE TO DIG DEEPER

FREE SKATE – Caitlin McCarthy (Launch Pad)

Logline: After an injury forces a young figure skater from fulfilling her dreams of Olympic gold, and forces her to join the world of professional ice shows to pay her bills, she not only discovers how cutthroat the professional circuit can be, but that it may be the only place that can offer her another shot at going for gold.

CLICK HERE TO DIG DEEPER

The 2016 Launch Pad Pilots Competition Winners

“WINNERSA comprehensive list of the 2016 Launch Pad Pilot Competition scripts showcasing your winners, runners-up, top 10 and semifinalists!
(All categories are listed alphabetically by pilot script title)

CLICK HERE TO DIG DEEPER

{THE LAUNCH PAD} Top 25 Pilots and Writers Announced!!

Find out who made it to the semi-finals!!

CLICK HERE TO DIG DEEPER

WONDER DRUG (SALES)

Logline: Inspired by the true story of DES (diethylstilbestrol), a toxic, carcinogenic drug seen as a medical miracle to help women with pregnancy issues and a cash cow for pharmaceutical companies upon its creation.

CLICK HERE TO DIG DEEPER

RESISTANCE (VERA LASKA) (SALES)

Logline: Follows the true story of Vera Laska, a WWII resistance fighter who, as a young girl, was forced to grow up quickly when she moved from the schoolyard to Auschwitz.

CLICK HERE TO DIG DEEPER