Much Ado About Everything
Caitlin McCarthy's #LillyForTarget Tweet made both E! Online and Perez Hilton.
From the Massachusetts Cultural Council's April 2015 ArtSake: "Caitlin McCarthy's spec script for 'The Good Wife' is the 1 Hour Spec Winner in Stage 32's first annual TV Writing Contest. Also, she'll be featured in the book "The Top 50 Indie Writers In The World" by Del Weston, Theresa Weston, and Nabi Zee, scheduled for release in mid-2015." Visit the piece HERE.
Richard "RB" Botto, Founder and CEO of Stage 32, called Caitlin McCarthy one of the "new voices in television."
From the article: "...our panel of industry experts who judged the final round went out of their way to mention that the winning scripts were on point as it relates to the character, tone, voice and story consistent with current programming. Stage 32 is excited to work with these writers to help get them to the next level." Click HERE for full article.
Caitlin McCarthy's "The Good Wife" spec won the 1 Hour Spec category in Stage 32's inaugural TV Writing Competition.
The March 2015 issue of IMAGINE Magazine spotlights Caitlin McCarthy as a writer. View the article HERE.
TWO of Caitlin McCarthy's scripts -- "Pass/Fail" (one hour original pilot) and "The Good Wife" spec (entitled "Those Who Can't, Reform") -- advanced in Stage 32's first annual TV Writing Contest! Click HERE for more details.
Caitlin McCarthy is featured in a Worcester Telegram & Gazette article about "Watching TV Together." Click HERE.
Caitlin McCarthy will be featured in the book "The Top 50 Indie Writers In The World" by Del Weston, Theresa Weston, and Nabi Zee, scheduled for release in mid-2015. Buy their latest book "The Top 100 Indie Filmmakers In The World Part 1" HERE.
"Pass/Fail" by Caitlin McCarthy and Jim Forbes just made Round Two (Top 40 Teleplays) in the Cinequest Screenwriting Competition.
Note this is the first year Cinequest has a teleplay category.
"Pass/Fail," co-written by Caitlin McCarthy and Jim Forbes, just made the Top 10 (Hour Pilot Category) in the Final Draft Big Break Competition.
"Pass/Fail" original pilot teleplay (written by Caitlin McCarthy & Jim Forbes) and "The Good Wife" spec script (written by Caitlin McCarthy) both just made the semifinals in the 2014 Final Draft, Inc. Big Break Contest!
The semifinalists were recommended through several rounds of judging by professional readers.
The top 10 finalists in features and television will be announced in early November, the top 5 in mid-November, and the winners in both feature and TV in December. The Grand Prize winners in features and TV will be revealed at the 10th Annual Final Draft Awards in February.
Caitlin McCarthy's spec script for "The Good Wife," entitled "Those Who Can't, Reform," also made the quarter-finals in the 2014 Final Draft, Inc. Big Break Contest!
Quarter-finalists represent the top 10% of almost 7,000 entries.
The semifinalists will be announced in late October, the top 10 finalists in features and television in early November, the top 5 in mid-November, and the winners in both feature and TV in December. The Grand Prize winners in features and TV will be revealed at the 10th Annual Final Draft Awards in February.
On 9/18/14, the Worcester School Committee will congratulate Caitlin McCarthy for the following:
Pass/Fail by Caitlin McCarthy & Jim Forbes advanced to the Second Round of the 2014 Austin Film Festival Screenplay & Teleplay Competition's AMC One-Hour Pilot category. AFF received over 6,764 entries; PASS/FAIL advancing to the Second Round represents a distinction only achieved by about 15% of the entries in the AMC One-Hour Pilot category. AFF wrote about PASS/FAIL: "Our readers enjoyed your strong dialogue. Good luck with your writing!"