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Launch Pad Success Stories
Learn about some of the people who have had their careers start with this competition.
Eleven days. That’s all it took The Tracking Board to literally launch my screenwriting career. Eleven days from my script Matriarch placing in the top 25 of their aptly named Launch Pad Features Competition to it being bought by Paramount. These guys know exactly what they’re doing – period
Until recently Koenig could only boast about serving in the military, being a federal law enforcement agent, a massage therapist, or a dentist. But after his script MATRIARCH placed in the Top 10 of the 2014 LPFC, he found something new to brag about: selling a spec script for mid-six figures to Paramount Pictures with Red Wagon and Romark Entertainment producing. His reps, Paradigm’s David Boxerbaum and Daniel Vang and Jake Wagner from Benderspink, first noticed Koenig from the contest and helped him set up the project and make the 2014 Hit List and Black List.
2015 was a great year for Washington, D.C. native Garba. Years prior he would make a pivotal decision to drop out of law school and move to LA, pursuing his writing career. Having worked on various projects since, Garba placed in both the 2015 Launch Pad Pilots and Features Competitions with The Eleventh Hour and Augustus, respectively. His writing prowess and creative range landed him representation with managers Allard Cantor and Jarrod Murray of Epicenter, but that’s not all. Just this year Garba was selected as one of the participants for the 2016 Fox Writers Intensive program, with a chance to be named the FWI Fellow and receive a development deal with a Fox-affiliated company.
Masoud and Gonzalez have been writing together for the past five years since meeting at NYU’s Tisch. The team made their first splash with their original stage play FaceSpace, which debuted to several sold out New York performances and garnered multiple awards and nominations. After FaceSpace, the team decided to focus on screenwriting and landed a spot on the 2013 Launch Pad Features Competition with their script 20 Minutes South. This helped them acquire representation with Thruline Entertainment and UTA, and ultimately earned them a staff writing job on MTV’s Teen Wolf. Today, the writing team works on the hit CW show iZombie.