Woods Hole Film Festival - Work-In-Progress Screenwriting Awards
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Contact: J.P. Ouellette, Contest Director
To showcase independent screenplays and laud those who work independently to create the blueprints for our independent films; to seek out screenplays which appeal to the filmmakers and audiences that frequent the Woods Hole Film Festival: to present a reading of a winning screenplay to the WHFF audience and allow the screenwriter to hear their words made real and receive feedback from an audience, actors, and filmmakers.
Contact contest for this year's deadline.
Unproduced screenplays which have not won awards:
Category 1. Drama and Comedy. The open category. Scripts between 75 and 120 pages.
Category 2. Science Drama and Science Fiction. Stories which expand the audience knowledge of science or technology, point out social or cultural elements of science and technology, or further the recording of science history. Scripts between 55 and 120 pages. This is not a escapist horror or monster category. Examples of films in this category might be "Madame Curie," "Charley," "Solaris," and "Andromeda Strain."
Category 3. Short Film Drama or Comedy. Scripts of less than 30 pages which involve filming with live actors in dialogue situations.
Recognition and Career Advancement Opportunities. Reading of a winner’s screenplay during the festival with an audience, actors, and director for feedback.
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The Wood Hole Film Festival has announced their 2005 Work-in-Progress
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