Our objective is to discover and promote quality screenplays of any genre.
|Deadline||Date||Entry Fee||Days till Deadline|
|Early||May 1, 2013||$35|
|Late||June 1, 2013||$45||8|
Multiple entries welcome.
Please keep script length to 85-125 pages (standard feature film screenplay length). No TV scripts or stage plays please. Only submit your script in Final Draft, .pdf, or doc/docx (Word) format files. Adapted scripts are fine, provided you own the rights to the material or have legal permission to write a screenplay based on the material. International scripts accepted if they are written in English and payment is provided in US dollars.
The Grand Prize winner, honorable mentions (if any), finalists and semi-finalists will be announced on the ScreenplaySearch.com website. The Grand Prize winning script will be presented to managers, producers, and directors in Los Angeles, New York, and/or London and will receive full script coverage.
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Brendan Quinn's The Wiseacre's Purgatory has been named the winner of the Screenplay Search Screenwriting Competition.
Iris, by Frank Edward Kelly, has been named the winner of the Screenplay Search Screenriting Competition
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The Screenplay Search Screenplay Contest has announced their semifinalists.
An interview with Deborah Baxtrom regarding the Screenplay Search Writing Competition.
An interview with screenwriter Frank Kelly regarding the Screenplay Search Writing Competition.
An interview with screenwriter Harvey Jacobs regarding the Screenplay Search Writing Competition.