Scripts must not have been optioned at time of entry or at time material is chosen as finalist or Grand Prize Winner. Submissions must be an original work of the applicant and not based, in whole or part, on another author's work unless in the public domain.
First Prize (in each category): $750, Waterman Pen, script-analysis by WGA credited writer and one year FADE-IN subscription.
Second Prize (in each category): $500, script analysis by WGA-credited writer, one year FADE-IN subscription.
Third Prize (in each category): $250, script analysis by WGA-credited writer, one year FADE-IN subscription.
Winners will appear in an edition of Fade In magazine, Variety or The Hollywood Reporter.
The Competition also gives feedback in the form of one coverage report to each semi-finalist, upon request.
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Grand Prize Winner:
Purple Haze by Jeff Fry
Mount Pleasant Rock Lighthouse by Troy DeRego
Inside Job by Ryan Bradley
.30/06 by Jim & Chris Burnham
Blind Turn by Bob Canning
High Windows by Brian Mori
Brooklyn Gypsy by Brian Smith
The Hobbyist by Richard Hirsch
When I Left Home by Michael Spohr
Juden Rift by Gary O. Bennett
Music for Losers by Edward Wang
The Tale of the Torturer’s Daughter by Sarah Jane Stratford
Teacher of the Year by Loreli Armstrong
First Born by Greg Derochie
Details by Eric Daniel
Takes 2 2 Tango by R. Alexander Sabeti
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