The British Short Screenplay Competition (BSSC) is now accepting submissions for their annual competition. The BSSC is the only competitive and international short screenplay competition that undertakes to produce the winning screenplay and is able to boast an unrivalled line-up of judges that has included: Kenneth Branagh, Charles Dance; producers: Michael Kuhn, Alan Parker, Nik Powell, Leslee Udwin, Natascha Wharton and Stephen Woolley to name but a few.
The winning screenplay will be produced. "I have been involved with this competition from the beginning and I'm very proud of what it is trying to achieve and I'm hugely impressed with the quality of screenplays coming in." Nik Powell.
"Every writer's dream is to have their screenplay produced, to see their baby up on the silver screen. Our aim at BSSC is to fulfill that dream" - says producer Arif Hussein.
Kaos Films have produced no less than nine winning screenplays which have gone on to win many, many awards and played at hundreds of International Film Festivals including: Cannes, Venice, London, Edinburgh, Melbourne, Sydney, Sitges, Rhode Island, Austin, Palm Springs and L.A. Winning screenplay were shot in USA, Hungry, Bosnia, Italy, Spain and London. All the films have been shot on 35mm. Now in its tenth year the BSSC has attracted entries from all parts of the world - from Alaska to Japan and Iceland to Australia. The competition is open to all, young, old, produced, unproduced, veterans and novices. Other competitions make promises — BSSC delivers!
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An interview with Arif Hussein regarding the British Short Screenplay Writing Competition.