Warner Bros. is Looking for Aspiring Directors

Warner Bros. is now accepting submissions for their emerging directors workshop.

Are you an aspiring filmmaker? Do you want to work on a major motion picture in Hollywood? If so, then the studio behind the Harry Potter and Batman franchise is now accepting submissions for their world famous Emerging Directors Workshop. The studios is looking for the next Spielberg, Abrams or Hitchcock. According to reports, the studio revealed they are now taking applications for its Emerging Film Directors Workshop and they are looking for "aspiring, underrepresented directors," to join the program. The mission of the program is to expose would-be filmmakers to the studio production process. Participants will pitch, write and produce a script for a short film in a process that will take place over several months, all on the Warner Bros. Burbank-based lot. Following the completion of the workshop, the participants will be screened for agencies, managers, producers and film executives from across the film industry. The applications close on June 30.

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