Welcome to our latest production! FanFix is a project where fanfiction script writers reach the stage, to have their work read aloud before a live audience. Premiering at the first anniversary of FanFilm Awards, at The Brewery Art Colony, FanFix invites fanfiction screenplay writers to enter an annual contest (read more).
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To audition, visit us at Breakdown Express.
Auditioning Actors must bring a copy of their headshot and resume, at their attendance. Please setup an appointment for your audition.
Contact us for info: email@example.com
Audition will be held at the Donald R. Wright Auditorium, at the Pasadena Central Library [ MAP ], between 10:30am – 4:00pm.
Choose from the following scripts below to read, after performing your own audition piece. A staff member will be reading with you at the event.
FANFIX 2016 SCRIPT LIST
- Download: AMERICAN HORROR STORY-ASYLUM
- Download: CROW PROPHECY
- Download: STAR WARS: THE REDEMPTION OF SKYWALKER
- Download: STAR WARS: SCUM AND VILLAINY
- Download: WHAT IS CRIME WITHOUT CRIME ALLEY
- Download: SOUTH PARK: THE MELENTOCK PICKLE
FanFix is an annual screenplay contest, whereby one writer can win a chance to have their work read before a live audience, touring at open stages. Producers and Agents are invited to the events, allowing the script exposure to members of the independent industry. Nominees have a fraction of their works read at FanFilm Awards. Awarding winners alongside nominated filmmakers with full support from the Azure Lorica Foundation, as their marketing team for one whole year.
To submit your fanscript to the next FanFix, visit: fanfilmawards.com/screenplaysubmissions
Fanfiction has been a formidable art form for writers to publish their work online, and gain readership, since 2002. Fanscripts have taken it to the next step, and is now widely popularized through independent film making, testing the boundaries of copyright laws and creative freedom. Some of these scripts have reached mainstream studios to pitch shows, such as, Supergirl and Daredevil.