The Nashville film Festival has announced the winners of the 2015 Screenwriting Competition. The competition garnered more than 1,350 submissions from all over the world. Finalists and semi-finalists won all-festival passes to attend the festival, network with filmmakers and industry, and attend educational panels and presentations.
Watch the TV Pilot and 2 TV Spec Screenplay winner for April 2015. Entire scripts performed by professional actors.
Watch the winning readings performed by professional actors.
David Schroeder's Halfway Home has been named the Feature Screenplay Winner of the 2014 Marquee Lights Screenwriting Competition. Boss Girl by Stephen M. Hunt & Peter Mackie was the TV Pilot Winner, and The Importance of Sex Education by L. Elizabeth Powers won the Short Screenplay Contest.
The 2010 PAGE Bronze Prize-winning indie drama SCOUT, written and directed by Laurie Weltz, is slated to premiere on Saturday, April 25, at 8 p.m. at the Newport Beach Film Festival. The movie stars India Ennenga, James Frecheville, Nikki Reed, Tim Guinee, Ellen Burstyn and Danny Glover.
Mouth by Kimi Howl Lee has been named the $15,000 Feature Length Grand Prize Winner of the 2015 BlueCat Screenwriting Competition.
The Fresh Voices Screenwriting Competition has named Chris Bowen’s Science Fiction entry Travis 6 as their Grand Prize Winner for 2014-15.
WILDSound has named The Third Bomb, by Phillip Parker, as Feature Screenplay Contest winner for April.
BlueCat has named their 2015 Feature Screenplay Contest Finalists. The winner will receive a $15,000 cash prize while the remaining four finalists will receive $2,500 each.
Six Months of Wonder Woman by Kitty Percy has been named BlueCat $10,000 Short Script Competition winner for 2015.
WILDsound Festival has announced its April Short Screenplay Winners.
Butter Side Up by Kitty Percy, has been named the BlueCat Screenplay Competition Cordelia Award Winner, given each year to the best screenplay submitted by a writer residing in the U.K.
The Fresh Voices Screenwriting Competition has announced their Screenplay and Spotlight Award Winners for 2014-2015.
Leonardo Noboru de Lima's George! has been named the BlueCat Screenplay Competition Joplin Award Winner for 2015.
The BlueCat Screenwriting Competition has named their Feature Screenplay Top Ten Finalists
BlueCat has named their Short Script Contest Finalists for 2015.
After several months of reviewing over 1,000 entries, Script Pipeline has selected the winners of the 2014 First Look Project.
The AURA Screenwriter Awards has announced the 2014 AURA Finalists in the Feature Screenplay, Original TV Pilot, and Short Screenplay categories. Winners will be announced on May 1, 2015.
Scriptapalooza TV has posted video interviews with TV Contest Winners Deron Sedy and Marcus Shorter, and second-place finisher Shay Roman.
Watch the 3 winning 1st scene screenplay winning readings for March 2015.
The Fresh Voices Screenplay Competition has named their 2014-2015 Finalists & Spotlight Award Nominees for 2014-2015. Winners will be announced April 6th.
POLLY/ANNA by Stephen Lance has been named the Grand Prize Winner of the Stage32 Happy Writers TV Writing Contest.
The WILDsound TV Festival has posted their winning scripts for March 2015.
The Nashville Film Festival Screenplay Competition has announced their Feature Screenplay, Short Screenplay, TV Script Contest Finalists.
The Marquee Lights Competition has announced their 2014 Finalists in the Feature Screenplay, Original Television Pilot, and Short Screenplay categories.
Mark Gaberman's Heaven vs. Hell has been named the winner the Scriptwriters Network 2014 High Concept Screenwriting Competition.
BlueCat has announced their 2015 semifinalists, representing approximately the top 2% of 4,492 submissions.
Besa, by Michael Miceli, has been named the March, 2015 WILDsound Feature Screenplay Winner.
Grace, by Lynda Lemberg & Jeffrey Allen Russel, has been named the Courier Awards First Place Winner in the Feature Screenplay Category.
BlueCat has announced their Short Script Semifinalists for 2015. Finalists will be named April 4th.
Saint Chloe by Stacie Shellner (Feature), The Yard by Eugenie Carabatsoshas (Short), and Awareness by Sean Corrigan (Teleplay) have been named the winners of the Cinequest Screenwriting Competition for 2014-2015.
Over the past several years, many winners of the PAGE International Screenwriting Awards competition have gone on to build highly successful careers writing for television.
The Richmond International Film Festival has named their 2015 Screenplay Award Winners.
The Screenplay Festival Screenwriting Competition has named their 2014 finalists, representing the top 25% of all submissions.
The Stage 32 Happy Writers TV Contest has named their top 10 finalists in all categories.
Fresh Voices has announced their competition semifinalists for 2014-2015.
WildSound has announced its February contest winners.
Financing, production and distribution company, The Asylum, has optioned four genre specific feature screenplays through ScriptXpert’s Script Search, provided by The Writers Store.
The BlueCat Screenwriting Competition has named their quarterfinalists for 2015, representing approximately the top 5% of 4,494 submissions.
The AURA Screenwriter Awards has announced the 2014 AURA Semifinalists in the Feature Screenplay, Original TV Pilot, and Short Screenplay categories. Finalists will be announced on April 1, 2015.
BlueCat has announced their Short Screenplay Quarterfinalists for 2015, representing approximately the top 5 percent of 1730 entries.
WildSound has named their 1st Scene Festival Winners for February.
The WeScreenplay Internation Screenwriting Competition has named Tom Vecchio as their Grand Prize Winner for his script Night School Al.
Arktos by Eric Day has been named the Grand Prize Winner of the Emerging Screenwriters Screenwriting Competition.
The Marquee Lights Screenwriting Competition has named their Feature Screenplay, Original Television Pilot, and Short Screenplay Contest semifinalists.
Acclaim TV has announced their latest TV Pilot and TV Spec contest winners.
Independence Pass, by Brian MacEvilly, has been named the winner of the latest Acclaim Film Script Contest.
13.1 by Chad Rhiness has been named the Grand Prize Winner of the Final Draft Big Break Screenwriting Competition. Christopher Iannacone's The Blacklist script "William Henry Booker (No. 58)" was named the TV winner.
Watch the winning readings performed by professional actors.
Scriptapalooza TV has announced the names of the companies requesting their recently-announced TV winners and finalists.
BlueCat has announced the top 10% of more than 1730 short screenplay submissions this year:
Scriptapalooza TV has announced winners for their contest that ended October 15, 2014.
BlueCat has announced the top 10% of more than 4,494 feature screenplay submissions this year:
Continuum, by Mark J. Stasenko Jr., has been named the Grand Prize Winner of the 2014 American Zoetrope Screenplay Contest.
Courier Awards has announced their 2014 Finalists. Winners will be announced on March 15, 2015.
Remember Johnny Miles, by Keri Johnson, has been named the winner the Comedy Screenplay Contest.
Andrew Kightlinger's Tater Tot & Patton has been named the winner of the 2015 Vail Film Festival Screenplay Competition. Stan Rodman's Rule of Law won the Short Screenplay Competition.
The feature film WHITE WATER, adapted from the 2005 PAGE Award-winning short film script by Michael S. Bandy and Eric Stein, will premiere on Saturday night, February 7, at 8 PM/ET as part of the new TV One original film series.
The WeScreenplay International Screenwriting Competition has announced their contest semifinalists.
American Gem has named Southern Justice by Amber Rapp as their Short Script Category Winner.
FilmMakers.com has announced their Screenplay Contest quarterfinalists from among 1,761 entries (Comedy: 26%; Drama: 36% Other: 38%).
Watch the winning screenplays performed by professional actors.
Emerging Screenwriters has named their top 100 finalists.
Land That We Love, by Julian Renner, has been named the Grand Prize Winner of the 2014 Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest.
Christmas Cards, by David M Troop, has been named the winner December, 2014 MoviePoet.com Short Screenplay Competition.
Mock Trial by Jamee Decio has been named the winner of the Breaking Walls Thriller Screenplay Contest for the fourth quarter of 2014.
The AURA Screenwriter Awards has announced their 2014 AURA Quarterfinalists in the Feature Screenplay, Original TV Pilot, and Short Screenplay categories.
Tall Tale by Brittney Nuckoles has been named the January, 2015 winner of the LA-Screenwriter Logline Competition.
TVWriter.com has announced the winners of the 20th Spec Scriptacular TV Writing Competition.
ScreenCraft has announced the semifinalists of their 2014 ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship, selected from more than 2,000 submissions.
The Fresh Voices Screenwriting Competition has announced their quarterfinalists for 2014-2015. (PDF format)
TVWriter.com has announced the finalists of the 20th Spec Scriptacular TV Writing Contest.
Screenwriting Staffing has named the finalist for their 2014 Logline Competition.
Quarterfinalists have been announced for the 2014 ScreenCraft Family Friendly Screenwriting Competition.
TVWriter.com has announced semifinalists for the 20th Spec Scriptacular.
The new action-thriller THE ACCOUNTANT, written by 2008 PAGE Gold Prize Winner Bill Dubuque, begins filming this week in Atlanta, featuring Ben Affleck, Anna Kendrick, J.K. Simmons, Jeffrey Tambor and John Lithgow in the starring roles.
Watch the 3 winning first scene readings from the January 2015 1st Scene Writing Festival.
The Marquee Lights Competition has announced their 2014 quarterfinalists in the Feature Screenplay, Original Television Pilot, and Short Screenplay categories.
Courier Awards has announced their 2014 Semifinalists. Finalists will be announced on February 15, 2015.
The Scriptapalooza Screenplay Competition has announced their latest producer requests.
The Fireworks Stand, by David M. Hyde, has been named the winner of the January, 2015 WildSound Feature Screenplay Contest.
The Writers Place (TWP) has announced the winners of its May through October 2014 screenplay competition.
ScreenCraft has announced THE ENEMY WITHIN by Ken Miyamoto as the grand prize winner of the 2014 ScreenCraft Action & Thriller Script Contest.
Tattoo by R. Wayne Gray has been named the winner of the 2014 Short Screenplay Contest.
The Richmond Film Festival has announced their 2015 Official Screenplay Selections.
The finalists for the 2014 SHORT SCREENPLAY CONTEST have been announced.
David Kaneen's Happy Father's Day has been named the winner of the 2014 Holiday Screenplay Contest.
Five finalists have been announced for the 2014 Holiday Screenplay Contest
Year 73 by Jeff Shevlowitz has been named the Grand Prize Winner of the Third Cycle of the 2014 Reel Writers Screenwriting Competition.
After Jason Park moved to California from the northern suburbs, he thought he found the perfect venue to promote his coming-of-age screenplay set during the 1992 Los Angeles riots.
The aspiring screenwriter spent $39 to enter the Chicago Screenplay Contest, and was pleased when he was named the inaugural contest’s grand-prize winner in August. His winnings, according to the website, included part of a cash prize, screenwriting software and, most importantly, meetings with industry insiders. [from DNAInfo Chicago]
Shadowman, by Mike Miller, has been named the winner of the 8th Annual StoryPros International Screenplay Competition.
WILDSound has announced their Short Script Winners for 2014.
The Way Back Home, by Jonathan LaPoma, has been named the Feature Screenplay Grand Prize Winner of the London Film Awards.
Quarterfinalists have bee named for the 2014 Courier Awards. Semifinalists will be announced on January 15, 2015.
The Chicago Screenplay Contest has discontinued their competition.
StoryPros International has announced the finalists of their 8th Annual Screenwriting Competition.
Shore Scripts has posted video interviews with their recent contest winners.
Scriptapalooza TV has announced the latest script requests from their TV writing competition.