If you thought you missed the deadline for this year's Feature Retreat & Fellowship, never fear - we've extended the deadline until WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25TH.Read More
We invite you to get to know our wonderful 2018 TV/Digital division winners: Congratulations to them all!Read More
We're thrilled to announce that Naomi Iwamoto is the winner of CineStory's 2018 TV/Digital Fellowship!Read More
We are pleased to announce the 2018 TV/Digital Fellowship division winners!Read More
Congratulations to the 2018 TV/Digital Web Series Division winners!Read More
We're thrilled to announce the finalists for the 2018 CineStory TV/Digital Fellowship in the categories of Original Comedy and Drama.Read More
The CineStory Foundation is very happy to announce the Semi-Finalists for the 2018 CineStory TV/Digital Fellowship in the Original Comedy and Original Drama Divisions.Read More
We are pleased to announce the 2018 TV/Digital Fellowship Finalists in the following divisions:Read More
We are please to announce the 2018 TV/Digital Fellowship Quarterfinalists and Seminfinalists in all categories!Read More
We are pleased to announced our tied second place winners in the 2017 Feature Fellowship competition: Mark Price and James Walker. Mark and James each wrote such powerful scripts that we decided they both merited the second place spot. Congratulations to them both!
2nd Place Winner (tie)
Mark Price migrated to filmmaking from a visual arts background and is currently an award-winning screenwriter and producer based in Seattle, Washington.
His work on independent web series, shorts, and features--such as Lynn Shelton’s “My Effortless Brilliance” (as producer)--has screened for multiple festival audiences, including SXSW, Austin Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, and Vancouver Web Fest. Prior to CineStory, his feature screenplay, “Let’s Kill D.B. Cooper”, was a 4th place Winner at Shore Scripts International Screenplay Competition and an Academy Nicholl Semifinalist.
2nd Place Winner (tie)
James is half-English, half Goan-Portuguese but has always lived in the UK. He read international history at the London School of Economics and later a master of international human rights laws, which both play a part in the types of stories he likes to tell.
This is the second time James has placed second in the CineStory feature competition. At the last CineStory retreat, James decided he would go back to film school, and later he attended the National Film and Television School, UK. There, James wrote and produced a handful of shorts, winning him some awards, including a BAFTA. Soon after, he took a hiatus from writing when two babies came along, but he is now pleased to be (sleeping and) writing once again.