2011 AMERICAN SCREENWRITING COMPETITION
311 N. Robertson Blvd.,
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
(888) 299-0234 (voice)
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Contact: Mark Reed, Contest Director
Every brilliant film begins with a brilliant screenplay. Do you have what it takes? Our annual screenplay competition is aimed at finding the best and most talented writers from around the world. The main goal of the competition is to uncover the best, unproduced screenplays and in collaboration with the writer help develop and potentially produce them. We will work hard to support all talented writers that enter our contest . . . not just the winners.
All entries must include an original screenplay between 70 and 160 pages, a completed entry form, a signed release form, a short synopsis, and the appropriate entry fee. Scripts must be unproduced, unsold, and not under option. There is no limit to the number of scripts you may enter (discounts are offered for multiple entries). Go to website for complete rules.
Over $50,000 in cash & prizes. Grand prize of $12,000 including cash, over $1,000 in screenwriting software, industry meetings, production consideration, writer profiles, press releases, and much, much more. $3,000 cash & prizes for second place; $2,000 cash and prizes for third. All ten finalists win cash & prize packages including screenwriting software, industry meetings and more. Plus, there will be two random drawings (one for early entrants and one for all entrants) with great prizes worth over $7,000.
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