The Eerie Horror Screenplay Competition offers beginning, aspiring and veteran screenwriters in the horror genre a chance to have their work recognized by people in the industry and beyond and to provide recognition and exposure for screenwriters in the horror, science fiction and suspense genres. The top 3 winning screenplays will be announced on all Eerie Horror Film Festival websites and winner's information will be forwarded to industry professionals for consideration.
Notification: Sept. 15, 2012 Approx.
Feature scripts = 50 pages or more. Short scripts = 49 pages or less.
Entered script must not be or previously been sold, or produced and must be original work of the author or authors. Multiple authorship is allowed. No corrected pages or additional pages will be accepted after the screenplay has been entered. PLEASE be sure you double check your screenplay for errors, blank pages, etc., before mailing them to us.Enclose TWO (2) copies of your script. ALL Scripts MUST be written in English. Body pages must be correctly numbered. Script title page should contain name of screenplay and the name of the author. Scripts must be in industry standard format and bound with 2 or 3 brads. Must be on white paper.Do not send originals as scripts will not be returned.The Eerie Horror Film Festival is not responsible for screenplays lost, stolen or damaged in transit. Scripts may also be uploaded on line via Without A Box. If entering as a student (ages 10 - 17), a parent or legal guardian must fill out all required paperwork/forms.
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