Entries are now being accepted for the 2015 Rod Serling Conference's Short Feature Scriptwriting Competition.
The script competition is open to nonproduced or nonoptioned writers only.
The deadline for entries is Friday, August 14, 2015.
Serling taught at Ithaca College from 1967 until his death in 1975. Ithaca College is also home to the Rod Serling Archives consisting of television scripts, movie screenplays, stage play scripts, films, published works by Serling, unproduced scripts, and secondary materials.
It’s a Good Life will be given “new life” as a theatrical piece that incorporates puppetry, live performance, installation art, and animation.
Based on the classic short story and Twilight Zone episode, It's a Good Life has been adapted and directed by Dan Jones, Ithaca College Department of Theatre Arts alumni, and will feature a puppetry team led by Chava Curland, another Ithaca College graduate.
Friday, November 8 and Saturday, November 9
The Studio (Center Ithaca, old Cineampolis space)
This is an satellite event to the Ithaca College Rod Serling Conference, which takes place in Los Angeles this year.
ITHACA, NY — One of the most memorable episodes of the “Twilight Zone” television series has been adapted into a theatrical production that will be performed as part of Ithaca College’s Rod Serling Conference, scheduled for Friday and Saturday, Nov. 8–9.
Entries are now being accepted for the Rod Serling Conference's Short Feature
Scriptwriting competition. The conference is scheduled for November 2013 in Los
The script competition is open to nonproduced or nonoptioned writers only. The
deadline for entries is Monday, April 30, 2013.
First Place: $250
Second Place: $150
Third Place: $100
The Top 5 will be read by Carol Serling.
Assistant Professor Ari Kissiloff of the Department of Strategic Communication presented a multimedia slideshow, “Referencing The Twilight Zone: Popular Media Pays Homage to Rod Serling” at the 50th Anniversary Rod Serling conference in October.
The presentation explored how “The Twilight Zone” has been referenced, mimicked, and satirized, in print, television, and film media – hundreds of times since the show first aired in 1959.