Timescape Entertainment wants to see your science fiction script or short story! Send files to email@example.com by August 26 so Michael C. Poole and Jason Lethert of Timescape can review them and deliver a critique on a panel at Conjecture. Entries that are best suited for the screen have a shot at becoming a Timescape film!
Please send a PDF or word document. They are looking for short stories, or longer stories that can be told in chapters. If a longer story, include first chapter and a synopsis of the overall story. Can be in prose or screenplay format. If prose, 2-5 pages long. If screenplay, 5-12 pages is ideal.
Timescape Entertainment is a production company that was created in September 2009. Its mission is to produce vibrant independent films using local and independent resources and people to create exciting and dramatic low budget films. Timescape’s first short film, The Machine, won an award of merit in the May 2011 BestShorts.net film festival.
Michael C. Poole is a Navy veteran and long time videographer who started indie filmmaking in 2008. After working on over a dozen films, including two features, he created and directed The Machine in 2010. In his free time he writes, is developing his computer graphic special effects talents at Platt College, and builds electric motorcycles in his spare time.
Jason Lethert majored in TV Production & Journalism at St. Cloud State University. An Associated Press award winning reporter, he has worked for Comics2Film.com and ComicbookResources.com. After working on a dozen film projects, he was assistant cinematographer under Mike Poole for the feature film The Branch Report in 2010. He later joined Timescape Entertainment, and is co-writer and producer on The Machine.