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That burning idea for a digital series could finally get some funding thanks to “Project Greenlight” producers’ new filmmaker competition “Project Greenlight Digital Studios.” The inaugural creator contest is called “Get the Greenlight” and the winning creator will get $25,000 to fund their own digital series.
Adaptive studios is the brand behind “Project Greenlight;” it is a unique studio which produces all new content and resuscitates previously abandoned intellectual property by finding material from Hollywood-vetted sources including studios, agencies, and management and production companies. Depending on what best suits an idea, the studio creates films, television, books, graphic novels, digital series, and social media storytelling.
The deadline to enter is November 25 and projects can be submitted at the “Project Greenlight” website. Watch the instructional video above.
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