IFP is now accepting submissions for its U.S. Features section of the 2020 IFP Week Project Forum! These include fiction features ranging from early-development screenplays to works-in-progress from groundbreaking new and established voices working today. Recent notable alumni include Moonlight, The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Songs My Brothers Taught Me, Monsters and Men, Nancy, Mickey and the Bear, Selah and the Spades, and Swallow
Alumni projects that are currently on the festival circuit include Ekwa Msangi’s Farewell Amor, Channing Godfrey Peoples’ Miss Juneteenth, and Edson Oda’s Nine Days, all of which premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, as well as Isabel Sandoval’s Lingua Franca (Venice Film Festival 2019) and Celine Held and Logan George’s Topside (SXSW 2020).
Submissions must be completed feature-length screenplays. All submitted screenplays must be in English and filmmakers must be U.S.-based (meaning U.S. citizens or living & working in the U.S.). The early deadline for submissions is March 18th and IFP Members can apply here now. The fee is waived for Pro members and above! More info on U.S. Features at IFP Week here.