|Deadline||Date||Entry Fee||Days till Deadline|
|Final||June 2, 2014||None||87|
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Students from UCLA took the top four slots in the 56th annual Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards.
UCLA graduate screenwriting student Meg Gifford has won the 55th annual Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards for her screenplay "Paint It Black."
Samuel Goldwyn Jr., President of The Samuel Goldwyn Foundation, has announced he five finalists and the judges for the 2010 Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards, now in its 55th year. The finalists, who submitted feature-length screenplays, were chosen from a field of more than 200 submissions from eight University of California campuses.
Joseph Tremba of UCLA has been announced as the first place winner of the 54th annual Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards for his screenplay "The Shoeshine Girl."
Five students from UC campuses have been chosen as finalists from more than 150 submissions to the 2009 Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards Competition.
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