Reed Rickert, National Geographic Wild to Inspire Short Contest winner, shares with Submittable what it was like to win and attend Sun Valley Film Festival.
The winning short films of the 2019 AT&T Film Awards are announced. Winning films in shot on mobile, futuristic, new forms of storytelling, and social good.
Many speculative fiction venues prohibit simultaneous submissions but not all do. E.J. LeRoy offers a list of markets to try with your latest and greatest.
Miguel J. Soliman, winner of the 2017 AT&T Film Awards Spanish-language category, discusses how winning has changed his career as a filmmaker.
Please join us in celebrating Submittable’s two Eliza So Fellowship Winners for 2019: Lehua Taitano and Alan Pelaez Lopez.
Check out an interview with Cameo Wood, who won an emerging filmmaker prize as part of the 2018 AT&T Film Awards and was honored at AT&T SHAPE.
Submittable recently partnered with Skillshare to create a free class on submission and publishing. Here’s an interview with instructor Rachel Mindell.
When it comes to sample sci-fi content from paying magazines, finding free speculative fiction online is simply a matter of knowing where to look.
Over the next several weeks, Submittable will be rolling out a new Messaging feature. Here’s important information about this exciting update.