A: This question has been discussed in-depth and with great passion on Twitter. People have been posting log lines on online platforms such as Twitter, Coverfly, and others well before the conception of #ScreenPit. Additionally, log lines are shared with studios and industry pros in emails when sending queries. #ScreenPit was created in part, as an opportunity for writers to put their log lines out there to be seen by industry pros. If you aren’t comfortable posting log lines, please don’t participate.
A: Yes. However, be aware that the majority of studios and industry professionals will be working within the US
A: Yes. Participants are allotted a total of two pitches for the same script or screenplay
A: No. #ScreenPit participants are asked to only pitch completed scripts or completed screenplays
A: No. Please do not tag people in your log line tweets during #ScreenPit unless they have tweeted you first.