Raindance and Filmarket Hub Present London TV Pitchbox

London TV Pitchbox


Online platform Filmarket Hub opens its call for projects for the 2nd London TV Pitchbox – a live pitch event dedicated to British series in development. The event will be hosted by the Century Club, in partnership with the Raindance Film Festival on the 20th September. Seven projects will be selected to pitch in front of leading TV executives from the UK industry.
The 1st London TV Pitchbox included an engaging case study on ‘Peaky Blinders’ by Executive Producer Jamie Glazebrook. In attendance were TV executives from companies such as Entertainment One, Ingenious, Lionsgate, Salon Pictures, Sky, The Fyzz, UKTV and Virgin Media. TV executives from AMP International, Euston Films, NBCUniversal, Ruby Rock, Working Title Television and World Productions have confirmed their attendance for this year.
Following the same format as other Filmarket Hub Pitchbox events, representatives for the selected projects will have seven minutes each to pitch to the attending executives. After the pitching session there will be a networking lunch.
Filmarket Hub is the first online marketplace for Film and TV projects in development. With 15,000+ users from all over Europe and Latin America, they match international projects with producers, TV broadcasters, OTT platforms, sales agents and distributors.


July 3rd Call opening

5PM UK August 14th Call deadline

August 28th Selected announcement

September 20th Event

Other Pitchbox Editions:

Filmarket Hub also organises TV Pitchbox events for Spanish language series in both Spain and Mexico (in partnership with The Guadalajara Film Festival). These events have been attended by Spanish and Latin American TV executives from companies such as Amazon Prime Video, Atresmedia Studios, HBO, Fox, Movistar+, Mediaset, The Mediapro Studio, RTVE, Televisa and Turner. In addition, it organises a yearly Pitchbox event for genre feature films in partnership with the Sitges Film Festival. Previous speakers at this event have included Guillermo del Toro and Ron Perlman.

Requirements for Projects

  • Drama series in development
  • UK-based production company or writer
  • Pilot (Minimum 1st draft) + Bible
  • Language: English
  • Teaser poster

Submission Process

Applicant’s project has to be subscribed to Filmarket Hub’s online marketplace.


Can I be a candidate for London TV Pitchbox without subscribing my project to the online marketplace?

No, is mandatory that your project remains subscribed and active in the online marketplace until at least August 31.

Who can see my project in the online marketplace?

Producers, TV broadcasters, OTT platforms, sales agents and distributors validated by Filmarket Hub as Pro users. They will only be able to see the One Page and in case they are interested they will send you a request to gain access to the materials and the contact.

How many representatives per project can pitch at the event?

Maximum 2 persons per project.

Does Raindance Film Festival or Filmarket Hub cover travel or accommodation expenses?

No, the participants must cover these expenses.

For any question regarding the event, the submission process or the online marketplace contact with Filmarket Hub at: filmbox@filmarkethub.com