By Sophia Savage | Thompson on Hollywood March 5, 2013 at 1:27PM
The Sundance Institute and The Black List announce they will collaborate to source and support new screenwriters. This partnership will allow screenwriters to upload scripts to the Black List's site between now and April 15 and opt into consideration to receive a Black List referral, plus a fee waiter on the 2014 January Screenwriters Lab application.
Fellows of Sundance's Feature Film program can have their scripts hosted on the Black List site for free. In addition, complimentary industry memberships to the Black List are available to producers and directors who are alumni of the Festival and Lab since 2010.
Among the films supported by the SI's Feature Film Program are Festival award winners "Beasts of the Southern Wild" and "Fruitvale."
“In the last three years alone, more than a dozen scripts sourced from the annual Black List have been made into films that premiered at Sundance Film Festival,” says the Black List's Franklin Leonard. “Put simply, no single organization in the United States has done more to promote American filmmaking voices in the early stages of their development than the Sundance Institute. It’s a tremendous honor to formalize a relationship and share in their work.”