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2019 PAGE International Screenwriting Awards

PAGE International Screenwriting Awards

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7190 W. Sunset Blvd., 610
Hollywood, CA 90046

Web: https://pageawards.com
Email: info@pageawards.com

Contact: Jennifer Berg, Administrative Director; Zoe Simmons, Contest Coordinator

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Objective

The PAGE Awards competition was established in the fall of 2003 by an alliance of Hollywood producers, agents, and development execs. Our goal: to discover the most exciting new scripts by up-and-coming writers from across the country and around the world. And due to the success of our winning writers, the PAGE Awards competition has rapidly become one of the most important sources for new screenwriting talent within the Hollywood community and worldwide.

One of the most frustrating things about so many screenwriting contests - both for the writers and for the judges - is that scripts of different genres are in competition with each other. But how can you compare a comedy to an action script? How do you rank a family film against a thriller? Moreover, why is it that most contests only reward the screenwriter who writes a powerful drama, while many of the most successful movies made in Hollywood are comedies, thrillers, action flicks and family films?

In order to address this problem, and to encourage a wide variety of screenwriting talent, each year the PAGE judges present a total of 31 Awards to new screenwriters in ten different genre categories:

Action/Adventure
Comedy
Drama
Family Film
Historical Film
Science Fiction
Thriller/Horror
Short Film Scripts
TV Drama Pilot
TV Comedy Pilot

This year's winning writers will receive a total of over $50,000 in cash and prizes, plus extensive industry exposure for their winning scripts! Most importantly, the contest is judged entirely by working professionals in the film and television industry, so all contestants have the opportunity to get their scripts into the hands of Hollywood professionals currently in search of new talent. Show More

Deadline/Entry Fees

Expired. Previous Deadline: 05/15/2019

Notification: : Quarter-Finalists announced July 15; Semi-Finalists announced August 15; Finalists announced September 15; Winners announced October 15.

Rules

Please visit www.pageawards.com for a complete list of rules & regulations.

Awards

$25,000 Grand Prize, PLUS Gold, Silver & Bronze prizes in all ten genre categories. Winners receive cash and gift certificates, as well as extensive publicity and industry exposure for their winning scripts. As a result of the PAGE judging process and publicity, dozens of PAGE Award winners have landed screenwriting assignments, secured representation, signed option agreements on their work, and many now have movies and television shows in production, on the air and in theaters.

PAGE International Screenwriting Awards

Contact

7190 W. Sunset Blvd., 610
Hollywood, CA 90046

Web: https://pageawards.com
Email: info@pageawards.com

Contact: Jennifer Berg, Administrative Director; Zoe Simmons, Contest Coordinator

Report Card

Overall: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
Professionalism: 4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars (4.5/5.0)
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Signficance: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (4.8/5.0)
Report Cards: 109    
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PAGE International Screenwriting Awards

Contact

7190 W. Sunset Blvd., 610
Hollywood, CA 90046

Web: https://pageawards.com
Email: info@pageawards.com

Contact: Jennifer Berg, Administrative Director; Zoe Simmons, Contest Coordinator

Report Card

Overall: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
Professionalism: 4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars (4.5/5.0)
Feedback: 4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars (4.4/5.0)
Signficance: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (4.8/5.0)
Report Cards: 109    
Have you entered?
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Contest News

PAGE Announces 2014 Semifinalists

The PAGE International Screenwring Awards has announced their 2014 Semifinalists from among a record-setting 6079 submissions.

ACTION/ADVENTURE
BALLERINA GIRL, by Evan Cooper
THE BERZERKERS, by Will Hare
BLACK OX, by Joe Halstead
CHARLIE REDSTAR, by George Gier
THE DARK AGE, by Skye Lynch
DARK ANGEL, by Jaz Towner
ESTRANGED, by Rebecca Ortese
THE EXILES, by David Flores
EXTRACTION, by Tracy Whitaker
EXTRADITION, by Michael Caggiano
THE GOLD BUG, by Theo Babcock & Peter Castro
HOW I UNLEASHED MAYHEM, by AND SAVED THE FREE WORLD, by Lynn Esta Goldman
ICE FIRE, by Jeffrey Kanner
KILLERS ANONYMOUS, by J. Holtham
THE LAST MATCH, by Mike Scannell
OFF THE STRIP, by Jonathan Kuhn & Austin Flack
THE PASSENGER, by David Case
PROVIDER, by Harris Kauffman
RED SKY, by Robert Brody
SCARED STRAIGHT!, by Craig Walendziak
SHADOW CELL, by Nathan Wilcoxen
THE STOLEN, by Jon Stahl
THREE OF SWORDS, by Matias Caruso
VALIANT, by Ron Morales
THE WHEELMAN, by Derek Asaff


COMEDY
THE BABY BET, by Christian Heinze
THE BEGINNING OF THE END, by AND THE END, by David Lambertson
BOBBY DA BOMB AND THE SHORT PUTTS, by Jeffrey Field
CHEATER: A LOVE STORY, by Noa Seger
CITIZEN JANE, by Greg Joyce
THE DEMOTIVATOR, by Ashley Pilfold & Mitchell Pickett
THE DO OVER, by Marina Loos
EVERYONE’S A CRITIC, by Carly Woodworth
FINNDALE, by Lloyd Ohls
THE FRIEND ZONE, by Aaron Marshall
HELP! I’M TRAPPED IN A ROM-COM, by Vance Tucker
KARMA, by Terry Southern
MAN CAVE, by Patrick Connelly
MISSILE ENVY, by Kurt Smith
MR. UNLUCKY, by Tony Nichols
MRS. GREYSON AND THE MERCENARY, by Bev Atkinson
MURDER ME, by David Luz
REALITY CHECK, by Adi Blotman
REAPER MADNESS, by Stephen Hoover
THE REMARKABLE LIVES OF, by DISMAL NOBODIES, by Rachel Stevens
ROMEO & JENNA, by Joey Hargrove
SNAP HAPPY, by Fiona Hunnisett
SUGAR & SPIES, by Pat White
TERRIBLE PARENTS, by Kevin Oeser
UNMAKING LOVE, by Evan Laughlin

 

DRAMA
BEFORE MAXIE, by Susan Zucker
THE BEAUTIFUL DARK, by Erik Gernand
BETWEEN AIR AND EARTH, by Celine Held
BRAND NEW DAY, by Hugh Brune
COMEDIENNE, by James Pickering
CROSSED PATHS, by Ninon Schubert & Michael O’Connor
DEAD RIVER GIRL, by Morris Long
DETROIT, by Robert Rue
DRINK WITH A STRANGER, by Anita Justice
DULICK’S LAST YEAR, by Martha Keller
EARLY PLUS INFINITY, by Clark Carroll
EPIPHANY, by Julie Howe
GIRL LAND, by Shira Kronzon
HERNANDO DE SOTO HAS, by NEVER BEEN HERE, by Dan O’Dair
INCIDENT AT SALT CREEK, by Rachel Stevens
THE INCOMPARABLE DONALD STRANGE, by James Fant & Zach Cannon
INTENT TO CURE, by Paul Rodriguez
ITHACA, by Sung Woo
THE LAST TREE STANDING MOTEL, by Howard Casner
MIDDLEMAN, by Dan Tice
MIRACLE BOY, by Colin Bannon
THE PRIVILEGED WILL LIVE FOREVER, by Ian Kementsetsidis
THE SCIENCE OF LOVE AND LAUGHTER, by Sam Baron
SIGNS OF BEING, by Tracey Bradley
THE SNEAKER MAN, by Anthony Stitt

 

FAMILY FILM
THE ADVENTURE CLUB, by Jordan Scott
AGAIN, SPRING, by Kent Williams
THE BIG STINK, by Bonnie Robinson & Royce Mattice
CARDBOARD CASTLE, by Mike Sundy
CHROME BIKE, by Michael Gonzalez
CUB SCOUT TREASURE HUNTERS, by Jim Soscie
A DOLPHIN IN OUR LAKE, by David Hartman
DOUBLE CHRISTMAS, by Mike Korpi
ERWIN, by Ali Scher & Joe Swanson
FROST BITE, by Ned Crowley
FUTURE SCHOOL, by David Ullendorff
THE HAMPTONS, by X. Sydney Ng
HARK & HAROLD, by Chris Keller & Janet Lawler
HEART STRINGZ, by Barbara Ashdown
IMAGINARY FRIENDS, by John Stancari
MAGIC HOUR, by Bo Yeon Kim
THE MAGIC WITHIN, by Andrew Wong
ONCE UPON A TED IN THE WEST, by Marcus MacGregor
PRINCESS REBORN, by Lee Tidball
THE READERS, by Corey Swim
THE RETURN OF, by THE SANTA FE SUPER CHIEF, by Douglas Folsom
SERENA’S THUNDER, by Jean Hunter
THE SPIRIT WIND, by Thomas Mazzola
THE STATUE IN THE PARK, by Russell Edwards
WE THREE TEENS, by Diane Lansing


HISTORICAL FILM
ALL THE WAY WITH LBJ, by Randy Schubring
ARMADA, by Dmitri Neos
BANI’S LULLABY, by Shruti Swaminathan
BARON OF HAVANA, by Alex Simon
BLOOD RULES, by Kelleigh Greenberg-Jephcott, by & Dominic Jephcott
BRAVE LADY MARY, by Angela Franklyn
CRAZY BET, by Betsy Morgan
EINSTEIN’S DILEMMA, by Leah Waller
FIRE & STONE, by Sue Scott
THE FIRST KING OF ENGLAND, by John Penny
GRIMM REAPERS, by Michael Berg
IMPRESSION, by Steven Arvanites
THE LAST EXECUTION OF FAIRBANKS, by Shannon Williams
THE LAYOVER AGREEMENT, by Michael Gorrie
LEND ME YOUR EARS, by Carlos Soto
MEDAL OF HONOR, by Martin Blinder
MUSIC MADE MAN, by Adam Ward
NO SURRENDER, by Michael Farkas
OF ALL THE MEN KILLED, by ON LAST STAND HILL, by Chaz Salembier
OTTO THE STRANGE, by Tony Martin
THE POEM, by Dawn Wise
STEPHEN THE BLACK, by Karl Bauer & Michael Choi
SURFACE, by Derrick Vaughan
VIDOCQ, by Gail Mackenzie-Smith
THE VOLUNTEER, by T.A. Snyder


SCIENCE FICTION
THE ANTI-SOCIAL NETWORK, by Jennifer Ruisch
AUGMENTED, by Robert Klecha
AXIS, by Rob Rex
THE BADLANDS, by Danielle Robinson
BLACK BOX, by Aaron Edwards & Rafael Gamboa
BREATHLESS, by Scott Dale
CATALYST, by Scott Wascha
COLDER, ALASKA, by Patrick Hatten
COSMIC CREATURES, by Jason Nord
DREAM SCREEN, by Steven Epp
THE FAD, by Michael Bierman
IDENTITY, by Ben Feuer
THE LACERTA WARNING, by Michael Davis
PATIENT 36, by Hank Hoffman
PILOT, by Jon Sanhueza
THE PROCURIST, by Mark Townend
QUANTUM, by Zubin Shetty
RECTIFY, by Tom Garfinkle
REDEMPTION RUN, by David Reynolds
SAFE PASSAGE, by Tess Hunter
SUBZERO INVASION, by Derek Ladd
SWITCH, by Adam Graveley
UFO CONFIDENTIAL, by Nicholas Carr
VAPOR, by Mark Weller
VOID PROSPECT, by Rohit Kumar

THRILLER/HORROR
THE BEAUTIFUL DEAD, by Kyle Rynicki & John Rodgers
CONTAINMENT, by Janet Goodman-Clarke
DAMAGE CONTROL, by Samuel Bartlett
DEAD CELL, by Dena McKinnon, by & Janet Goodman-Clarke
THE DEAD HOUSE, by Shannon Pestock
THE DEPTHS, by Justin Boyd
INSATIABLE, by Michael Morra
IN THE BASEMENT, by Tom Hanada
THE KARMA CYCLE, by Dennis Luu
LIARS DICE, by Kyle Downes
THE LITTLE TRAVELER, by Wayne Bibee
MINE, by Scott Parisien
MONSTROUS, by Lawrence Kennelly & Rustin Niles
THE MUTI KILLINGS, by Chandus Jackson
NUMB, by Declan O’Dwyer
PINCH THE BEAST, by Shad Connelly
PRECIPICE, by Larry Santana
RECLUSE, by Tim Gordon
REDSHIFT, by Ryan Self & Bob Perkins
THE SEANCE, by Lee Kehoe
SLAUGHTER, by Allie Sayle & Liz Sayle
THIS MAN MUST DIE, by Philip Chidel & Stuart Thomas
TOXOPLASMA, by Derek Ladd
WORRY DOLLS, by Robert Dunn & Ryan Trevino
Z-BLOCK, by Nichole Jones-Dion


SHORT FILM
2911.21, by Mark Lyons
BABY WARS, by Jeff Thomas
THE BOY WHO WAS RAISED BY STARS, by Amanda Richardson
THE BRIDE OF FRANKIE, by Devi Snively
CUPPA JOEY, by Nancy Joseph
DEATH WAS AFRAID OF HIM, by Jim Duncanson & David Bonner
DON’T FEAR THE REAPER, by Mitchell McLean
DOWN JERSEY, by Joseph Greenberg
EXPOSED, by Christine Bonner
FORMULA RUN, by Julie Kirtz & Paige Baldwin
HANK WAS ON TV TODAY, by Mark Weller
HANNAH’S BIRTHDAY, by Juliet Bergh
HEAVEN SCENT, by Dave Stevens
KILLING FOOL, by Marjory Kaptanoglu
LUMEN 18, by D.R. Tibbits
MATEFINDER EZ, by N.J. Reese
MONOPOLY, by Wenonah Wilms
NIXONLAND, by Zachary Lovelace
NORTH STAR, by P.J. Palmer
PHINEAS, by Vincent Noto
PICKING BLUEBERRIES, by Amanda Glassman
RED RUN, by Anders Vacklin
THIRD DOOR UP, by Cynthia Warner
THE TINWIFE, by Travis Neufeld
WITHOUT YOU, by Brian Crowder


TV DRAMA PILOT
AMERICAN BLOOD, by Todd Henderson & Neal Tyler
AMERIKA, by David Case
AWARENESS, by Sean Michael Corrigan
BAD BLOOD, by Chris Connolly
BORDERLINES, by Magz Wiseman
BOUNTIES, by Gary Sherwood & Luke Pimentel
CATACLYSM, by Beto Skubs
CONNEXION, by Scott Wascha
CZAR OF DETROIT, by Arthur Rains-McNally & Guy Steele
THE END, by Conner Good
THE FREQUENCY, by Amy Quick Parrish
THE GOWER CHRONICLES, by Rebecca Handley
INNOCENCE PROJECT, by Christina Burlison
JUMPERS, by Kathleen Cromie
LATE, by Court Kirkpatrick & Edward Kirkpatrick
MEET SWEET, by Mike Baum
ORDINARY FUCKING PEOPLE, by Daniel Miska
PAPERCUTS, by Astrid Richardson
QUARANTINE, by Tom Hanada
RAYTHU RISING, by Brad Carpenter
THE RESILIENT, by Diane Hanks
RUNNER, by Aiyanna White
UTOPIA, TX, by Kevin Morales
WHEN THE LIGHTS WENT OUT, by Patrick Byrne
YANK, by Marin Gazzaniga

TV SITCOM PILOT
110%, by Paul Read
ABOVE THE ANGELIC, by Paul Bissett
BLEACH, by Shawn Boxe
BRIAR, by Nick Andert & Andrea Listenberger
THE COMMUNE, by Belinda King
CRUISING ALTITUDE, by Kevin Engelking & Sarah Terry
DELIBERATIONS, by Amanda Parham
FAIRY TALE HIGH, by Kelli Rowley
FIXING BROOKE, by Drew Mackintosh
FUNCTIONAL ADULTS, by Josh Sorokach
GARRET GOES TO WASHINGTON, by Ted Sperling
GO FORK YOURSELF, by Laurelei Ballard
GRAVE NEW WORLD, by Erica Dasher & Frank Smith
GREENLEAF APARTMENTS, by Deneta Davis
HOLLYWOOD MOM, by Brian Strickland
IT’S ALL RELATIVE, by Megan Karasch
LEXX & LEO, by Michael Szczurko
LUCKY US, by Larry Sullivan
MONSTER SUIT BLUES, by Jeff Haber & Russell Costanzo
R.S.V.P., by Diana Gettinger & Monica Bugajski
REAL TALK, by Audrey Ellis Fox
THE RIGHT TO PARTY, by Wendy Pierce
SUMMERS & WINTER, by Alicia Bien
SUPERNORMAL, by Thomas Krajewski
UNIFORMED GRACE, by David Minaskanian

 

 

Updated: 08/18/2014
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PAGE International Screenwriting Awards

Contact

7190 W. Sunset Blvd., 610
Hollywood, CA 90046

Web: https://pageawards.com
Email: info@pageawards.com

Contact: Jennifer Berg, Administrative Director; Zoe Simmons, Contest Coordinator

Report Card

Overall: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (5.0/5.0)
Professionalism: 4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars (4.5/5.0)
Feedback: 4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars (4.4/5.0)
Signficance: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars (4.8/5.0)
Report Cards: 109    
Have you entered?
Please submit a Report card.

Interviews

MovieBytes Interview:Screenwriter fred perry

An interview with screenwriter fred perry regarding the PAGE International Writing Competition.

Updated: 10/25/2012

MovieBytes Interview:Screenwriter Nicholas Horwood

An interview with screenwriter Nicholas Horwood regarding the PAGE International Writing Competition.

Updated: 12/28/2008

MovieBytes Interview:Screenwriter Glenn Forbes

An interview with screenwriter Glenn Forbes regarding the PAGE International Writing Competition.

Updated: 11/09/2006

MovieBytes Interview:Screenwriter David Bertoni

An interview with screenwriter David Bertoni regarding the PAGE International Writing Competition.

Updated: 10/11/2006

MovieBytes Interview:Screenwriter Larry Postel

An interview with screenwriter Larry Postel regarding the PAGE International Writing Competition.

Updated: 01/06/2006

MovieBytes Interview:Screenwriter Sean Mick

An interview with screenwriter Sean Mick regarding the PAGE International Writing Competition.

Updated: 12/29/2005

MovieBytes Interview:Screenwriter Billy Maddox

An interview with screenwriter Billy Maddox regarding the International Writing Competition.

Updated: 08/19/2004

MovieBytes Interview:Screenwriter Colin Preston

An interview with screenwriter Colin Preston regarding the International Writing Competition.

Updated: 08/09/2004
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