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Creative World Awards (CWA) is an international screenwriting contest that is well known for having the writer's interest at heart when it comes to development and industry promotion.

Production: CWA brings an exciting production opportunity to the Grand Prize Winner. This year’s winner will have a short version of their script produced by The MIX, and the film will then get a guaranteed premiere at the Richmond International Film Festival. The writer will receive imdb credit, and the short will be used to help promote the GPW’s feature script.

CWA has built relationships with some of the industry's leading companies such as Lionsgate/Mandate International, GreeneStreet Films, Relativity Media, Crystal Sky, Icon Films & Entertainment, Voltage Pictures, and more - all of which get first looks at the top winners. The competition plays a critical role in connecting emerging talented writers with companies and individuals in the industry looking to develop and produce projects.

Writers have seven categories to compete in. Please see the CWA website for a descriptive breakdown of each of the main genre categories, which include:

Feature Screenplay Categories:
Action/Adventure
Horror/Thriller/Fantasy
Comedy
Drama/Family

Short Script/Teleplay Categories:
Short Film Scripts
Original TV Sitcom Pilot
Original TV Drama Pilot

Coverage: Known for going beyond the status quo, CWA provides invaluable judge’s feedback and coverage. Interactive features can also be found on the website including blogs, industry resources, and feature interviews with many high profile executives, writers, producers, and directors.

Deadline/Entry Fees

Deadline Date Entry Fee Days till Deadline
Early November 30, 2017 $39 9
Regular December 30, 2017 $49 39
Late February 15, 2018 $59 86
Final April 5, 2018 $69 135
Extended May 17, 2018 $75 177

*For TV and Short Film entries, deduct $10 off the above feature film entry fee amounts. To add the Judge's Scorecard & Brief Notes, add $40 to the entry fee.

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Notification: Preliminary Finalists – Week of August 1; Quarter Finalists - Week of August 8; Semi Finalists - Week of August 15; Finalists - Week of August 22; Season Winners - Week of August 29

Rules

Please visit website for a list of rules & guidelines.

Awards

Special thanks to the CWA sponsors for helping line up a fantastic prize package worth over $30,000 in cash and prizes, including the opportunity for the Grand Prize Winner to receive a production award with imdb credit.

CWA is known for placing special emphasis on ways to bring writers more opportunities for publicity and production. In conjunction with The Moving Image Xchange and Richmond International Film Festival, CWA now offers the Grand Prize Winner the opportunity to have a short version of their winning script produced. The film gets a guaranteed premiere at the Richmond International Film Festival, which gives the writer official imdb credit, festival entry, and more.

Additionally, for the short screenplay category winner, should the winner get the script produced, that film will also be awarded free Official Selection entry into the Richmond International Film Festival, and get a guaranteed premiere. CWA awards many prizes across several categories for features, shorts, and television, so please see the website for a complete listing.

The annual Creative World Awards is more than a competition; it's a platform to further refine your work, develop your craft, and get your foot in the door.

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Attention: Marlene Neubauer
4712 Admiralty Way, #268
Marina del Rey, CA 90292

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Contact: Heather Waters & Marlene Neubauer, Co-founders
MovieBytes Interview: Heather Waters

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CWA Announces Feature and TV Quarter-Finalists

Creative World Awards has announced their 2010 Quarter-Finalists for Feature and TV.

COMEDY

A Friendly Ear in the Whispering Corn by Cassie Sheldon
A Mate for Lonesome George by Sharon Clark
Alpha Bravo Charlie by Matt Kinmonth
Bank Robbing for Dummies by Robert Keith Watson
Beer Pong: Behind the Glory by Hunter Davis
Big Fan by Jeff Hower
Birthday Magic by George Spicer
Broken Dash by Micah Ovadia
Buried on Page 8 by Jennifer Harrison
Carmen Sutra by Eric Sentell
Chick Flick by Ralph Stein
Chick Magnet by Dave Seropian
Deal by Scott Altpeter
Der Tillem Lainer by Chaim Aaronson
Dream House by Margaret Michaels
Drive Thru Jesus by Gavin Chalcraft
Drop and Roll by Conor Biller
Escorts by Kristen Elizabeth Snyder
Everyday Knights by Alex Cohn & Jeff Alberts
Faithful Wife and Hooker by John Connell
Fillmore The Great by Dan McCurdy
Funny Bone by Jan Stanton
Go, Johnny Go! by Chris Guarnieri
Greetings from Jamaica by Mari SanGiovanni
I Wanna' White Baby by Kenn Scott
Identical Opposites by Andrew J Hosak
Jerusalem Idol by Lewis Papier
Kooks 'N Krooks by Bert Emrick
Life Cubed by Michael Wigdor
Love and Madison by Brian Signer & Helaine Signer
Love and Steel by Mark Perlick
Lovestruck by Anthony Sands
Making Millions by Tony Germinario
Man Bank by Kristen Elizabeth Snyder
Martin's Theory by Annie Wood
Maybe in My Next Life by Doreen Orion
Mob Jerkey by Stacy Coffey
Moses of the Bulrushes by Steve Warren
Mother's Day by Kevin Lee Miller
Moving Day by Mark Heck
Murder Belles by Christopher Burns
Nightlife by Elizabeth Porter
O Boy by Dave McMinn
Out of Sync by John Barlowe & Irin Evers
Philosofree by Ali Adatia
Plane Man by Jean Cinotto
Red Delicious by Donald Vonn Valley
Return to Sender by Marc Zakalik
Road Show by Ken Kloser
Rock Paper Scissors by Leo Lo
Roundabout Way by Kevin Jones
Screwball by David Ferrell
Skirt by Chris Mason Johnson
Soloman's Train by Frances Perkins
Sometimes the Plank Walks You by Jeff Pollard
Stepfather-In-Law by Andy Dowling
Strip Club Cathedral by Lawrence Fingerle
Tales of the Arranged Marriage by Harish D. Mandyam
Tennis Ball Man by Gavin Cruickshank
The Avon Man by Dave Vaughan
The Enlightenment of Swaroop Jones by Drew Freeman
The Fats Balds and Ignorants by H.W. Dudgeon
The House that Peterbilt by Carl B. Clark
The Marrying Kind by Daniel Harris
The Mother Puckers by Elizabeth Kent
The New Rebel by Anthony Orkin
The People's Choice by Karen Callahan
The Umpire Has No Balls by Debbie Bolsky
The UnEngagement by L.E. Grabowski
The Wrong Girl by Tobin Addington
Throw-away Dogs by J N Tiefermann
Togetherless by Jeffrey Karoff & Jonathan Edward Young
Voltaire's Candide by Elan Rothschild
Who Killed Juliet Matlin by Gary O. Bennett
Yeah, I blew Up the Internet by Charles Borg & Michael Ashley


DRAMA

A Reverance for Spiders by Faiza Ambah
A Rising Tide by Chris Knight
Alva! by Michael Dorian
Baron of Havana by Alex Simon
Be Something by J. Nicholas Weber
Below the Waist by R. Ian Simpson
Bleeding Kansas by Cathryn Morris
Bombingham: 1963 by Fred Wright
BRO (Bull Riders Only) by Melinda May
Burden of Treasure by Jason Wallach
Chasing the Ocean Portal by Ryan Ross
Clubs by John Hanna
Coast Guards by Katrina Nicholson
Colin Martin at Carrington School by Maxine Mason
Dark Harbor by Elizabeth Kent
Deceptive Cadence by Teddy Cecil
Double Dribble by W.D. Barber
Drumadoon by Marc Zakalik
Europa by DJ Mhlanga
From Time to Time by Susan Thornton
Garbo's Last Stand by Jonathan Miller
George's Song by Bob Bland
Glow Stick by Michael Raymond
God's Girlfriend by Alexandra Williams
Good Old World by Robert Lee Brighton
Henry by Darina Doloshina & Candace Lee
Holly's Christmas Carol by Lew Osteen
I am Eye by Carson Becker
In a Different Light by Naomi Lamont
Infidels by Richard LeBlanc
Jack Pine and the Medicant by Ty Reeb
Johnny Boy by Scott Kelly
Kheng Kheng Crocodile by Donna Lisa
Kid Spaghetti by Larry Postel
Kindness by Hallie Tassin
Land of the Free, Home of the Slave by Cliff Zimowski
Large Range by Roelie Fopma
Lemond Custard by Jack Remick
Let The Games Begin by Stephan Bugaj
Lorenzo's Passion by Kathi Wahed
Love and Madison by Brian Signer
Lureen by Stephen Shank & Jeffrey Shank
Medicine Avenue by Susan Sfarra
Mr. Irrelevant by Jason Delaney
On the Border by Elisa Mishto
Once and No More by Bruce McAuley
Once More Eden by Vanessa King
Out of Range by Elizaebeth Medes
Paradise Under the Sun by Glenn Harding
Prince Fred by Elise Modrovich
Red Aunts by Andrew Hosak
Ripples by Mark Winzer
Seasons of Mist by Kevin Brodie
Sebastian by Dorian Hess
Shine Forth by William Keller
Spotnik by Celeste Chan Wolfe
Stone Angels by Tim Steed
Strobelight by Richard LeBlanc
That White Girl by Johnny Sanchez
The Blast by Trip Payne
The Flag by Michael Buchanan
The Free And The Brave by Edward Rathje
The Longest Way 'Round by Elizabeth Medes
The Moonbeam Fisherman by John Drummer
The Pearl Moon by Deborah Prespare
The Pursued by Gene Franklin Smith
The Strongman by Eugene Fournier
The Yarrow King by Brad Kane
To Hell with Reality by Alina Petrescu
To the Ice by Ruth Johnson
Twinks by Philip Sedgwick
Tyrant by Alistair Kaley
Under the Cottonwood Tree by Paul Meyer
Welcome to Akron by Stephan Bugaj
When Grace Called by Shawna McCartney Frey
Will of Iron by David Smith
Yellow Asian Tiger by Peter Gillies


ACTION

A Toucan Amazon Adventure by Donna Lisa
Amazon Girl by Ken Pearson
Armadillo City by Chris & Carol Clark
Axis by Teri O'Brien
Baghdad Rules by Brent Spencer
Beasts of Burden by Gavin Chalcraft
Beneath the Realm by Douglas Jackson
Big Bad Wolfe by George Nicholis
Biometric by Tony Martin
Birthmark by Christopher Leunig
Bishops Gambit by Matthew Altman
Breaking Lines by Frank Lozanski
Buried South of Galatians by Stephen Hoover
Cargo by Mark Schoellkopf
Charlie Doesn't Live Here Anymore by Stephen Paul Campos
Cherry Glass by Bruce Gadel
Criminals in Goa by Evan Richman
Crowbar by Reeshi Ray
Dead Man's Party by Michael Raymond
Deadman by Haji Outlaw
Dragon's Lair by Dave Vaughan
Eden's Air by Steve Warren
Fury by Dane McCauley
Gloryland by Kyle McNally
Government Contracts by Jef Cozza
Graf by Michael Rosales
Hank by Philip Travis
Hitchcock Blonde by Jeff York
Hungry Girls by Linda Marr
Hunting Blind by Michael Murphy
Jolly Rogers by Jason Getto
King of the Road by Monica Surrena
Memoirs of a Dog by Dawn Ireland & Barbara Mackey
Miss 'n You by Larry Postel
My Little War in Juarez by Todd Maetani
Nature of the Beast by Eric Sentell
Night of the Dolphin by Richard Lamborne
Nino Cochise by Gary Wallace
No More Days by Percival Pasquin Jr.
Nobody's Angel by Linda Freeny
Northern Cross by Melody Cooper
O.T.M. by Lew Osteen
One Goddamn Cop by Billy Louviere
Operation Chronos by Jonathan Schlaroff
Play Dead by Donald Rosenbilt
Powerless by David Booher
Quigley by Lapo Melzi
Redemption's Edge by Gregg Hanour
Re-Entry by Robert Cholette
Requited by Bill Johnston
Running Boys: The First Rebellion by Peter Kennedy
Saying Hello to the Devil by Robert Williams
SERA by Sam Hinkle
Shades of Grey by Gabrielle Bird
Six Notch Road by Lew Osteen
Smooth Operators by Scott Nyberg
Spear of Destiny by Matthew Altman
The Actor by Brooke Smith
The Assigned by A.D. Smith
The Burning Plain by Luis De Vega
The Fireworks Maker by Curt & Scott Burdick
The Future King by Liz Newman
The Guardians by Jason Auerbach
The Magic Inus by John T. Frederick
The Murder Trial of John Gordon by Ken Dooley
The Violence by Kevin Conder
The War of the Redwoods by E. Kevin Collins
Tinker, Tailor, Thief by Ian Snyder
Total Heroes by Steve Lam
Towards the End by Jeff Tiefermann
Tremble by Lukas Schepp
Uncommon Warrior by John Cirignani
Wild Heart by Marc Calderwood
Wild Justice by James O'Fallon
Women Bathing by Ken Lingo


HORROR / THRILLER / FANTASY

A Story Too Late by Wayne Willbur
Alpha Hunter by Gregory Luckett
Autumn Awakens by Janet Loftis
Betrayed by Phil Ferriere
Black Tide by Kevin Jones
Burn by Derek Willis
Canaries by Craig Cambria
Chances by Jeff Trently & Anthony Stitt
Cold Barrel Zero by Ronald Ecker
Coldblooded by Susan Stritter Russell
Conduct Unbecoming by Jon Wright
CoParallel by Gary Mazza
Cortex by Mike Donald
Dark Father by Kevin Leonard & Jim Doyle
Dead Last by Kevin Lee Miller
Ding Dong Ditch by Erin Donovan
Djinn by Matthew Altman
Edgar the Troll by Conor Duffy
Gazillions by David Scott Smith
Griffith Park by Tony Martin
Head by Gordon Smith
Horror Comic by Stephen Hoover
Hotel by Mirtha Vega
Immortal Soul by Tony Shyu
In the Eye of the Beholder by Marina Shron
Inhuman by Todd Crawfor
Inside by Brooke Smith
Jonathan Maine by Jason Merrin
Killer Granny by Kevin Armento
Love Me Dead by Alexis & Rudy Croyle
Lunan by Joseph J. Greenberg
Macau Twilight by Tony Shyu
Magick by Alan O'Brien
Men of War by Kevin T. Stein
Mercutio by Stuart Rogers
Midgard by Adrian Westbrook
Mister Smith by Sonia Pathak
No Good Deed by Tom Coffey
No Tell Motel by T.J. Cimfel
Out of Mind by Paul Shiban
Patchwork by Carrick Bartle
Pawn by Daniel Frey
Rosalie Ecce Mens by Tanya Klein
Scatterbrains by Richard Hohenrath
Sharks by Ralph Stein
Sk8r 666 by Jeremy Rubin
Stillwater by Will Mazor
Suicide Cop by Ethan Marrell
The Adversary by Matthew Nelson
The Blue Horses by Bruce Bassoff
The Confessions of Lizzie Borden, by Jeff York
The Exchange Student by Peter Podgursky
The Fall of the House of Usher by Ronald Ecker
The Fix by David Poulshock
The Gimlet Swan by W W Wilson
The Jupiter Syndrome by Christine Downs
The Lazarus Group by David Sakmyster
The Moon Gate by Anthony Sands
The Narrow by Shane O'Neill
The Other Oregon by Steve Anderson
The Partnership by Carl Robinson
The Prince of Bablylon by Dean Espinoza
The Reflection by Winston Huff
The Slave by James Masse
The Symbion by Gary Mazza
The Tear of Allah by Marina Shron
The Thaw by Kevin Leonard & Jim Doyle
The Viking: Berserker Rage by Michael J. Fensore
Uncaged by Melissa Birks
Under A Raging Moon by Mike Sherer
Unrequited by Kevin Jones
Where Have You Hidden? by Tina Juarez
Worry Ghosts by Tim Dankanich
Yolanda Rising by Simon Carter
Zaimorphs Begin by Carlton Saito


ORIGINAL TV DRAMA

Borderland by Jonathan Samuel Ross
DreamWeavers by Amy Gershwin & Jason Marx
Escape To America, Inc. by J. Aya Williamson
Gods and Guns by Cooper McMains
Mathare by Susan Shearer
Sexual Mysteries by Roberto Donati
Unmade Beds by Penny Pennell


EXISTING TV DRAMA

CSI: Science of Forensics by Kathy Ediss
Gossip Girl: War and Games by Mira Gibson
NCIS: Sword in Hand by Mike Miyashiro
NCIS: Marble Mountain Reunion by Darcy Vernier
Mad Men: Newton's Third Law by E Gavin Parthenais
Parenthood: One Trick Pony by Michael Singh


ORIGINAL TV SITCOM

Beaver Falls by Mark Sarian
Marty Brown by Marie Robinson
Matchmaker by Victoria Goring
Outta Time by Jan Stanton
Rehab by Michael Carnick
Trophy Kids by Ian McNabb & Justin Lerman


EXISTING TV SITCOM

Modern Family: Guarding Lily by Benjamin Morgan
Parks and Recreation: Senior Health Fair by Elizabeth Moran
The Big Bang Theory: Pon Farr Racing by Thomas Pachner
The Office: Michael Publishes a Book by Charles Borg and Michael Ashley
The Office: Oscar's Life by Owen Thomas
Two and a Half Men: Duty Calls, Old Chum by David Minaskanian


REALITY TV

America's Honesty Challenge! By Curt & Doug Burdick
American's Next Great Golf Pro by Vince Yambrovic
Best Bond by Margaret Holland
REV TV by Teddy Morgan
The Ace of Club by Vince Yambrovich
Young Wolves by Maciej Stefaniak


SHORT FILM

Bareknuckles by Zach Jones
Happy Downloadday by Phil Ferriere
Jess by Neil Sashidharan
Silence by Marco Antonio Rodriguez
Tale of Trudys by Michael Twist
The Apple Core by T.J. Cimfel
The Curfew by Brian Hauser


Winners will be announced September 30th.

Updated: 09/08/2010
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Creative World Awards

Contact

Attention: Marlene Neubauer
4712 Admiralty Way, #268
Marina del Rey, CA 90292

Web: Click here
Email: Click here

Contact: Heather Waters & Marlene Neubauer, Co-founders
MovieBytes Interview: Heather Waters

Report Card

Overall: 4 stars4 stars4 stars4 stars (4.1/5.0)
Professionalism: 4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars (4.3/5.0)
Feedback: 4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars4.5 stars (4.3/5.0)
Signficance: 3.5 stars3.5 stars3.5 stars3.5 stars (3.5/5.0)
Report Cards: 95    
Have you entered?
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Interviews

MovieBytes Interview: Heather Waters

An interview with Heather Waters regarding the Creative World Writing Competition.

Updated: 01/14/2009

MovieBytes Interview:Screenwriter Diana Mitchell

An interview with screenwriter Diana Mitchell regarding the Creative World Writing Competition.

Updated: 01/01/2009
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