ScreamFest Names Contest Winner

Bloody Mary by Dan Ast and John C. Thursby has been named the Grand Prize winner of the 2020 ScreamFest Screenwriting Competition.

Winner
Bloody Mary by Dan Ast and John C. Thursby

Finalists
Bloody Mary by Dan Ast and John C. Thursby
The Bunny by Michael Sametz
Night Terrors by Jesse Kapp
The Nocturnal by Mason Weigel
Obituary Boys by Kenny Yakkel

Semifinalists
A Bad Night in Talbot by Tyler Jones
A.D. - After Death by Colter Freeman
Below by Steve Hayes
Bloody Mary by Dan Ast & John C. Thursby
Brave Men Stay by Chris Allan
Cold Hand Lane by Kevin Wilson
Detritus by Chris Drzewiecki
Double Red by Brennan Gilpatrick
Dreams of the Dead by Eric Taylor
Fangs by Malcolm Badewitz
Graven by Dave Campfield
Holler Mercy by Graham Bowlin
In His Presence by Daniel A. Seiler & Joseph Weber
Kill Devill Cllub by Jose Liera
Night Terrors by Jesse Kapp
Obituary Boys by Kenny Yakkel
Octopad by K. John Iskander
Omega Dawn by Eric Taylor
Pile by Morgan Von Ancken
Raven Mocker by Dylan Barnett
Salvage by Ben Bailey & Nathan Zoebl
Seed by Rob Capili
Study in Blue by Patrick Clement
Sudden Sequel Death Syndrome by Doug Mallette
The Bunny by Michael Sametz
The Face Eater by Rod Smith
The Hunter by Grant Swanson
The Nocturnal by Mason Weigel
The Philmore Phantom by Adam Krause
The Portland Ripper by B.C. Kendall
The White City by Carroll Brown

Updated: 11/04/2020

Additional Contest Info: Screamfest Horror Film Festival and Screenplay Competition