Women In Film/Video New England - Screenplay Competition
The contest aims to promote the work of women screenwriters and support the creation of worthy film roles for women.
Contact contest for this year's deadline.
The title, your name and contact information should appear ONLY on the screenplay cover page. For legal reasons, we can accept only original screenplays by copyright holder(s). Length between 80-120 pages. Application and more information available at womeninfilmvideo.org.
Los Angeles-based screenwriter Kate Boutilier (The Rugrats; The Wild Thornberrys) will judge the top 3 scripts. Grand Prize: Winner's script will be reviewed by a prominent literary agent for possible representation, Final Draft software package, 6-month online script placement service by Inktip.com. Finalists: Final Draft software package, 6-month online script placement service by Inktip.com.
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News: Women In Film/Video New England - Screenplay Competition
Women In Film/New England has announced that John Walker Bellingham is the winner of this year's screenwriting competition judged by Michael Hauge.
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