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Objective

Industry exposure, WGAw writer assistance in polishing winning scripts and $15,000 in cash prizes for up to 19 finalists.

Deadline/Entry Fees

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Rules

Entries accepted in seven categories (comedy, action/adventure, thriller, family, drama, horror, film noir) and two formats (features, shorts).

Scripts must not have been optioned at time of entry or at time material is chosen as finalist or Grand Prize Winner. Submissions must be an original work of the applicant and not based, in whole or part, on another author's work unless in the public domain.

Awards

Grand Prize: iMac computer, plus an expense-paid trip (hotel & airfare, or cash equivalent) to meet with top literary agents and studio executives for three days and two nights.

First Prize (in each category): $750, Waterman Pen, script-analysis by WGA credited writer and one year FADE-IN subscription.

Second Prize (in each category): $500, script analysis by WGA-credited writer, one year FADE-IN subscription.

Third Prize (in each category): $250, script analysis by WGA-credited writer, one year FADE-IN subscription.

Winners will appear in an edition of Fade In magazine, Variety or The Hollywood Reporter.

The Competition also gives feedback in the form of one coverage report to each semi-finalist, upon request.

Fade In

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Fade In Awards

Contact

287 S Robertson Blvd., Ste 467
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
800-646-3896 (voice)

Web:
www.fadeinawards.com

Report Card

Overall: 1.5 stars1.5 stars (1.3/5.0)
Professionalism: 2.5 stars2.5 stars2.5 stars (2.4/5.0)
Feedback: 2.5 stars2.5 stars2.5 stars (2.6/5.0)
Signficance: 1.5 stars1.5 stars (1.4/5.0)
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Contest News

Fade In Announces 2002 Screenwriting Award Semifinalists

2002 FADE IN AWARDS SEMI-FINALISTS:

  1. Mary Bartnikowski – Labia Literacy
  2. Tim Bellen – The Warbirds
  3. David Bertoni – Meltdown
  4. Mark Bierlein – Redemption
  5. John Buckley – Dark Horizon
  6. Jim Carroll – Father’s Day
  7. Ken Collins – Sensing Death
  8. Marc Cosentino – Catapult
  9. Gino Cox – A Stylish Frame
  10. Istvan Deak – The Poet
  11. Jerry Decker – Monkey Boy
  12. Beren deMotier – Chaos
  13. Gorden Deutsch – ACTS
  14. Christine Downs – Victory Road
  15. Ryan Fenton-Strauss & Katie Fenton Strauss – The Marriage of Figowitz
  16. Shifon Foster – A Case of Suspicion
  17. Adam Fried – This Little Piggy
  18. Adam Fried – Beyond Identification
  19. Eric Friedman – Robbie’s Light
  20. David Fulk – The Mirror Man
  21. Barbara Gaillard – Take-Down
  22. Mark Garbett – Reflections
  23. Michael Gardina – Crimes of Passion
  24. Gina Gladwell – Personal Punishment
  25. Michael Haddad – Raven
  26. Stephen Hart – Perpetrators
  27. Mark Heidelberger – Personal Vendettas
  28. John Hervery – Killing Machine
  29. Teresa Hill-Story – Every Woman’s Wish
  30. Stephen Hough – Twelve Days a Stranger
  31. Shannon Hurst – Delayed Reaction
  32. Dominic Inzana – Going Down
  33. Moyer Iverson – Crawling from the Wreckage
  34. Michael James – A Cure for Cancer
  35. Jocelyn Jones & Miles Watkins – Daughter of the Year
  36. Nicole Jones – Eyemouth
  37. Harold Katkov Jr. – My Fair Share
  38. Michael Kinney – Wild Cards
  39. Al LaSorte – Burned
  40. Tom Lavagnino – Walking After Midnight
  41. Eric Lea – The Members
  42. Steven Leiner – Like Chocolates and Ice Cream
  43. Michael Lewis – South of Heaven
  44. David Lipton & David Sanger – Bad Blood
  45. Darren Lohr – Striking Out: the Jackie Mitchell Story
  46. Debbie Lollie – Dangerous Behavior
  47. Paul Madden – Spaz
  48. Carolyn Martin – The Secret Life of a Butterfly
  49. Andrew McCarthy – Mom Minus Dad
  50. Liz McDermott – The Three Man Marketing Plan
  51. Greg McIntosh – The Ninth Commandment
  52. Browyn Queen & Alex Lynas-Jones – Alice Blue
  53. David McQuillen – The Materialists
  54. Bill Mesce Jr. – Car Jack
  55. Jack Messit – Trust
  56. Donald Mitchell – Relative Remains
  57. Gregory Monahan – Soprano’s: the Movie
  58. Don Moran – Interlude Island
  59. Martin Musatov – Necessary Evil
  60. Ron Nicoli – Getting Away
  61. Sean O’Connor – Breakfast in Paris
  62. Viktorjia Parr – Next to Godliness
  63. George Pash – Disturbing the Peace
  64. David Poulshock – House of Louie
  65. Sharlin Quest – Sport of Kings
  66. David Reverb – Minor Degrees
  67. Julie Rogers – Grave Jumpers
  68. Galo Romero – The Hunger
  69. Vaughn Ross – Obstruction of Justice
  70. Derek Rydell – Retrograde
  71. Michael Salort – Hidden Camera
  72. Brent Shepard – Mickey Finn
  73. Melvin Smith – Deep from the Shadow
  74. Lee Sobier – Blink Twenty Two
  75. Doug Solter – The Veteran
  76. Kathy Sparrenberger&– Heart Aches
  77. Ed Stackler – The Exchange
  78. Trenton Straube – The Dead List
  79. Fredick Strype – Abbie Down East
  80. Rick Telesca – The Hartford Senators
  81. Kari Vernon – Weeping Willow
  82. Jeremy Vineyard – Spectre
  83. Jean Waller – Butthead Blues
  84. Alex Williams – Fast Awake
  85. Thomas Williams – Double Vision
  86. Kevin Wilson – One Fell Swoop
  87. Rick Wolf – Guy Flick
  88. William Wolfe – Screenwriting Four Geniuses
  89. Mike Wood – Forbidden Truth
  90. Bill Wright – The Jouneyman

Updated: 03/08/2003

Fade In Awards

Contact

287 S Robertson Blvd., Ste 467
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
800-646-3896 (voice)

Web:
www.fadeinawards.com

Report Card

Overall: 1.5 stars1.5 stars (1.3/5.0)
Professionalism: 2.5 stars2.5 stars2.5 stars (2.4/5.0)
Feedback: 2.5 stars2.5 stars2.5 stars (2.6/5.0)
Signficance: 1.5 stars1.5 stars (1.4/5.0)
Report Cards: 37    
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