Welcome to the WRPN.TV Global Webisode Competition (WGWC), where Top Winners will have the opportunity, as an OPTION, to play their webisodes and TV Series on a PAY-PER-VIEW BASIS. Your hard work deserves a paying audience to provide you with monetary rewards for your great filmmaking, while you retain full rights to your work.
The WGWC is an online venue for Webisode and TV Series only. We offer a unique opportunity to promote your Webisode or TV Series on WRPN.TV to a world-wide community of Webisode/TV Series fans from 41 countries that filmmakers would not normally have access to. As the online 'virtual theatre' for WGWC, WRPN.TV boasts a large subscription base of viewers, and takes advantage of the popular wave of internet entertainment.
You also have access to Feedback: the one element that most film festivals ignore. Instead of paying submission fees and getting nothing in return, EVERYONE who submits to WGWC will receive these benefits: Either 1): your film is already competition calibre, and becomes an Official Selection, OR 2): you will receive a letter outlining exactly what it is about your film that is keeping it from being accepted.
First time filmmakers: when have you ever gotten a letter back from a festival giving you the chance to fix something, then resubmit for FREE?
Giving you the chance to make corrections to your film does 3 things:
-It gives you the chance to improve your product and make it more marketable.
-It will enhance your chances of winning/being accepted AT OTHER FESTIVALS BESIDES OURS. That's more 'Official Selection' laurels for YOU.
-It will give you forethought for your NEXT filmmaking endeavor, helping you to improve your craft (feedback letters also list the GOOD elements in your film that you should make an effort to keep).
1. A co-founder that is an active Committee Member for the Universal Film and Festival Organization (UFFO.ORG), an international non-profit based in the U.K., founded to support/implement best business practices for film festivals
2. All Top Winners will have the optional opportunity to have their webisodes/series shown exclusively on WRPN.TV entertainment news next to Hollywood celebrity interviews, on a Pay-Per-View basis.
3. Any film that is rejected will receive a personal letter explaining what elements caused the rejection (unlike other fests who never give any explanation at all- we have already received 'thank you' letters from some of our rejected films, as no one has ever helped them before).
It is our goal to give filmmakers their money's worth, and the recognition that they deserve.wrpn