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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)
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: 112    
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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: 112    
Have you entered?
Please submit a Report card.

Contest News

PAGE Names 2015 Semifinalists

Semifinalists have been announced for the 2015 Page Awards:

ACTION/ADVENTURE
BONE DEEP, by Richard Kinsella
BRING ME BACK, by Douglas Buss
CADILLAC MIKE, by Julian Brantley & Alexander Storm
DEAD MAN’S PARTY, by Michael Raymond
EXTRACTION, by Austin Francalancia
THE GREY WOLF, by Michelle Daniel
HERLAND, by Derek J. Pastuszek
HIGHWAY STARS, by Scott Martin
HITLER YOUTH, by Douglas Wolfe
HOLLY & TYLER, by Aaron Moss
HUNTER, by Robert Apetagon
THE HUNTER AND THE HUNTED, by Harris Kauffman
IMPERATIVE, by Jeffrey Radlauer
THE LOCKER, by Matias Caruso
THE MONEY FLIGHT, by Hannah Feller
MUTT, by Aaron Barr
THE OCEAN, by John Williams
RECOVERY, by Robert Cosci
RIPPLE, by Heather Faris
ROAD WARRIOR, by Philip T. Brewster & Shona M. Brewster
SAINTS AND SINNERS, by Christopher Willis
A SIMPLE KILL, by William Nivens
TRIDENT, by Jodi Kraus
V$, by Alex Donald
WOE TO THE WICKED, by Chris Dennis


COMEDY BABYMOON, by Chris Molinaro
BAD SPIRITS, by Lindsay Duke
BAD TIMING, by Ginia Desmond
THE BEGINNING OF THE END, by AND THE END, by David Lambertson
BETTER MAN, by Jeff Cooper & Bryan Erwin
DISCOUNT HIT MAN, by Wendy Moulton Tate
HELL WEEK, by Monica Byrnes & Toria Sheffield HEY BUS DRIVER, by Marcus Hennessy THE HIGH COST OF PARENTING, by Michael McQuade & Tracy Poverstein HOW TO ADDRESS AN ENVELOPE, by Alex Lyras
JOSH MUNGER WASN’T HERE, by Dan Longe
KNOCKERS, by Dennis Douda & Joe Berglove
THE LAST STATESMAN, by David Lambertson
MANNISH, by Monica Byrnes & Toria Sheffield
A MEETING IN SEVILLE, by Paul Mendelson
MISSING CHAPTERS, by Sonya Desai
MORTIS, by Tom Radovich
THE PACKAGE DEAL, by Austin Flack & Jonathan Kuhn
PERSONAL JESUS, by Diane Taylor-Karrer & Ben Kent
RABBIT, by Wenonah Wilms
STARDUST, by Susan Baronoff
SUICIDE BOY, by Laura Hainke
WE’RE NOT TOGETHER, by Jordan Rane
WEDDING SEASON, by Rob Rex
ZOEY RAMONE, by Steven Boltz


DRAMA
AMY JOHNSON’S DEAD, by Jason Pittock
THE BEAUTIFUL DARK, by Erik Gernand
THE BITTER BUSH, by Deborah Vajda
COASTLINE, by Ned Farr
CONTAINED, by Donald Lee & Simon Steuri
DISABLED LIST, by Alex Drummond
DONE ALREADY GONE, by Nichol Simmons
FINAL JOURNEY, by Michael Lee Barlin
IMMACULATE, by Gareth Smith
INHERITANCE OF HOPE, by Sharon Hayes
THE LAST FALL, by Cate Honzl & Adam Honzl
LITTLE HAVANA, by David Kaneen
LITTLE WHITE LIES, by Pete Henderson
ONCE WHEN YOU WERE MINE, by Richard Dane Scott
THE ORTONS, by June Escalante
PLAYING THE FIELD, by Vicky Neal
RIP CURRENT, by Josh Renfree
SHOULD GOD FORGET, by Evan Muehlbauer
SMOKING PAST THE BAND, by Neil Navani
SOMEDAY, OHIO, by Anna Hozian
TED WILL RETURN SHORTLY, by Dan Ochwat
THE THIRD EYE, by Marise Samitier
TRUST, by Markus Staender
WAITING GAMES, by Jeffrey Field
THE WINGMEN OF ROQUE BLUFF, by Joshua Provonchee




FAMILY FILM
A BEAUTIFUL FISH, by Katharine Parsons
BIG RED, by Brennig Hayden
THE BIG STINK, by Bonnie Robinson & Royce Mattice
BRADIGAN AND THE BANSHEE, by Arlene Kalem
BRONX ZOO, by Steven Jon Whritner
CHRISTMAS MIRACLE WORKER, by Curt Burdick
DARBY PETTY AND, by THE LOST TREASURE, by DC Sayre
DON’T OPEN TIL CHRISTMAS, by Nick Sidorovich
DOUBLE DECKER, by Aarthi Ramanathan
DOWN ON THE FARM, by Julie Howe
EAGLE HEART, by Mark Des Londe & Nancy Ogrosso
EINSTEIN’S BREAKFAST, by Harold Schmidt & Anthony Cirone
F8 DEPARTMENT, by Dennis Douda
FATHER WISHES, by Tuck Tucker
GOODBYE, KID. HURRY BACK, by Terri Kauffman
THE JOLLICOTE, by David Luz
LADY SHADOW WARRIOR, by Diane Murakami
RALLY CAP, by Michael Raymond
REINDEER PARK, by Stan Himes
RESCUE DOG, by Rich Orstad
THE SPIRIT WIND, by Thomas Mazzola
THE STORYTELLER, by Joe Crump & Rachel Noll
THIS OLD MAN, by Nicholas Oktaras
TONGUES OF MEN AND ANGELS, by Elizabeth Hayes
UPSTATE, by Christopher DeWan


HISTORICAL FILM
THE AUTHOR AND THE AERONAUT, by Kendell Klein
THE BALLAD OF WILBUR WRIGHT, by Stephen Woodward
CHARLEY’S CHOICE, by George Saunders, David Sage & Judith Helton
THE COLORED WOMEN’S CHAPTER, by Nancy Zafris
DEATH OF A MORTAL WOMAN, by Persephone Vandegrift
FIELDS OF HONOR AND SHAME, by Peter Vicaire
THE FIRST KING OF ENGLAND, by John Penny
A GENTLEMAN OF GOOD HOPE, by Christina Hulen
THE GREAT DEBATE, by David Hoffman
HEARTS OF THE SOUTH, by Tamara Shure
I LOVE YOU, OSCAR WILDE, by York Davis
THE IMPORTANT MAN, by Colleen Schukei & Heather Petersen
KINGSBURY RUN, by Seth Wimmer
THE LAST EXECUTION OF FAIRBANKS, by Shannon Williams
A LETTER FROM ROSEMARY KENNEDY, by Nicholas Yarborough
THE MULBERRY BOYS, by Christopher Smith
OIL AND WATER, by Alfred Thomas Catalfo &, by Morgan Webster Dudley
THE RABBIT IN THE MOON, by Laura Whang
THE RIGHTEOUS, by Rex Cheung
RHINELAND BASTARDS, by Alverne Ball & Aaron Lewis
SOMETHING FOR WALTER, by Randy Schubring
STAY BREATHING, by Sue Scott
SUE, by Lisa Cole & Mark Monroe
TEMPLE, by Ernestina Juarez
THE TRANSLATOR, by Alan Sproles & Lizanne Southgate


SCIENCE FICTION
COITUS, by Josh Barkey
COLD BLOODED, by Alston Ramsay
THE DIVIDE, by Paul Sheridan
DREAM SCREEN, by Steven Epp
EAST OF EARTH, by Lynn Esta Goldman
THE ENCAMPMENT, by Joe Rechtman
ERASURE, by John Suetmeier
EX VITRO, by Maria Hinterkoerner
THE FAD, by Michael Bierman
THE FAR, FAR DEEP, by Mark Hazell
FIRST CONTACT, by Austin Zartman
GASTEROID, by Keith Boynton
HOW TO CATCH A TIME TRAVELER, by Graham Parke
IMMORTAL, by Natalie Metzger & Robert Allaire
INNERWORLD, by Thomas Benedikt
LIMBO, by Matias Caruso
LION, by Magnus Aspli
LIVE, FROM THE MILKY WAY, by Joe Borriello
NO MAN’S LAND, by Jeffrey Field & Michelle Davidson
SAIA, by Rohit Kumar
SHATTER, by Gideon Shmorak
TERMINUS, by Fred Perry
TERRA FIRMA, by Benjamin Del Fuoco
THE UNUSUAL SHOP, by ON PERSISTENCE STREET, by James Barclay
THE VACCINE, by Rachael Blackwood


THRILLER/HORROR
ASYLUM, by Michael Strode & Eric Wostenberg
THE BEAUTIFUL DEAD, by Kyle Rynicki & John Rodgers
BLIND TRUST, by Veleka Gray
BLOODHORSE, by Morris Long
DEAD HOWLING, by James Pickering
THE DEAD RINGER, by Suzanne Lutas
DEAD RIVER, by Anton Gill
THE DEPTHS, by Justin Boyd
EXPOSURE, by Edward Klau
FORSAKEN, by Michael Morra
THE GHOST HUNTER, by Keith Dando & Leone Annabella Betts
THE GORGE, by Warren Cowell
HIS CURSED LANDS, by Alan Evans
THE IRONWORKER, by Pat Herford
LEVANTON, by Jaime Fidalgo
MINE, by Scott Parisien
NEXT OF KIN, by Niall Queenan
PATHOGEN, by Christian Balzer
PENNSYLVANIA MONOCHROME, by Gareth Tracey
PET, by Brittany Lamoureaux
SAVANNAH ROSE, by Valerie Dalena
SCARY MONSTERS, by Joe Hurst
THE SINS OF OUR FATHER, by Michael Reese & Adam Schwartz
THE THOMAS DIVIDE LIGHTS, by Brandon Geiger
THE TOLL, by Anthony Pittore


SHORT FILM
BATTER UP!, by David Bolduc
THE BIRTHDAY GREETING, by Edward Howarth
BREATHE, by Theo James Krekis
BRINGING THE HOUSE DOWN, by C.N. Bean
BRING ME A DREAM, by Zenas Cao
THE CARETAKER, by Jason Tropiano
CUPCAKE, by Mimi Jeffries
DIE LIKE A SHARK, by Nick Epstein
ESCAPE, by Dianna Zimmerman & Brad Jost
FETCH, by Sam Gill
FLICKER, by Jeremy MacKenzie
FLIGHT, by Amanda Richardson
GRAVEL HEART, by Michael Curtis
LAST FULL MEASURE, by Laura Cross
LET’S GO DOWN, by Matt Lutz
LONG, by Emre Ozpirincci
MASTERMIND, by George Covic
MINUTES, by Samuel Winokur
MORTY & THE NURSE, by Via Buksbazen
NEGATIVE LOOP, by Amanda Miha
OLD LADIES WHEELCHAIR, by SCRIMPTY BALL, by William Hyde & Harold Hyde
PHINEAS, by Vincent Noto
A SPRING ARRANGEMENT, by Tanya Carelton Lovrics
WAKE, by D.R. Tibbits
WESTERING HOME, by Aditya Rawal


TV DRAMA PILOT
THE 5TH, by Kathleen Cromie
ACE ACADEMY, by Molly Driscoll
THE CALLING, by Daniel Whidden
CAPTIVE, by Camille Stochitch & Alexander Berman
CHASER, by Jerome Kruin & Andrew Henderson
CHASING CHANEL, by Hanna Stiens & Abigail Cannon
DISCLOSURE, by Darryl Anka
EVIL THINGS, by Nathan Wilcoxen
GENESIS, by L. Nichole Taylor & Samira Jackson
GIRL IN TROUBLE, by Alan Porter
HALCYON FALLS, by Jeff Bower
THE HIGHWAYMAN, by Diane Hanks
HOPE PROJECTS, by Steven Canals
HOT FLASH HIGH, by Molly Driscoll
IRON JOE, by Chris Fornataro & Kent Lamm
OFF WORLD, by Brad Grusnick
ORCHIDELIRIUM, by David Sullivan
PHOENIX, by Natasha Hall
THE RED RIDING HOODS, by David Quiroz
THE ROADSIDE, by Nick Carr
SEATTLE FREEZE, by Michelle Hippler
THE SOUL COLLECTOR, by Hollie Herrle-Castillo & Julio Castillo
SUGAR LAND, by R.B. Ripley
V.I.G., by Shane Weisfeld
THE WAY BACK, by Sabrina C. Nouadir


TV COMEDY PILOT
100 BLACKOUTS, by Vivian Lin
THE ADVENTURES OF ASH AND OWEN, by Arun Narayanan
BICOASTAL, by Richard Redlo
BIG APPLE LIFE, by Gregory Abbey
BOY UP, by Cynthia Furey
COMPULSIVES, by Ben Kawaller
CUPID’S ARROW, by Daniel Lawlor
FAMILY BE LIKE, by Howard Jordan Jr.
GENERATION GWEN, by Megan Karasch
HAVEN HOUSE, by Amaya Perea
HEAVENLY BONDS, by Laurelei Ballard
HOW VERY BETH, by Mark Boutros
INSIDE OUT, by Catherine Eaton
KEISHA, FROM ACCOUNTING, by Howard Jordan Jr.
K-TOWN, by Shelley Dennis
MANHOOD, by Ben Lamy
MR. DOOM, by Nick Watson
NIGHTCLUB NANNY, by James Huntrods
PLEASE KILL ME, by Daniel Miska
PORN AGAIN KRISTEN, by Tania Penn
PORTER HOUSE RULES, by Deneta Davis
QUARTERS, by Tony Nichols
THE SYSTEM, by Chris Edgerly & Dean Wolfe
WALKING THE DOG, by James Bloom
THE YOUNG LADY’S GUIDE, by TO SURVIVING DEATH, by Lauren Sweeney








Updated: 08/18/2015
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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: 112    
Have you entered?
Please submit a Report card.

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