Wiki: The World's FASTEST Screenplay Contest

Wiki Contest

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1187 Coast Village Rd
ste. 512
Santa Barbara, CA 93108
805-535-5684 (voice)

Web:
https://www.wikiscreenplaycontest.com/
Email:
info@wikiscreenplaycontest.com

Contact: Bob McCullough, Admin

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Objective

Is your script ready to show to agents...producers...studios?
Find out fast! A new contest every 30 days!
You don't need to have a finished script...
Just 10 pages...or a Treatment!

When you enter...

Your pages will be read by established Hollywood professionals, including:

Studio readers • Agents • Producers
WGA writers • DGA directors • SAG performers

Every entry receives a 1-10 page studio-level professional analysis covering the ten major elements of a professional screenplay:

Concept • Dialogue • Structure
Character • Tone • Pacing
Conflict • Structure • Hook
Market Potential

Every entry receives Transparent Professional Studio Scoring with a choice of 3 Levels of Fast, Ethical Written Feedback. Show More

Deadline/Entry Fees

End of every month (30th/31st)

Entry fee: $19-$99

Notification: 7th of every month

Rules

  • Screenplay contest material submitted to The Wiki Screenplay Contest is accepted via electronic submission only.
  • Submissions must be in PDF file format, title indicated in the PDF file name.
  • There is no limit to the number of screenplay, teleplay, or short film scripts you may submit.
  • Submitted script material must be received by midnight of each monthly deadline date and submission fee payment must accompany your material.
  • All entry fees are non-refundable.
  • There is no limitation to the number of pages submitted; writers agree that judges will be reading only the first ten script pages of any submission, and scoring based upon that reading only.
  • All material submitted to these screenplay contests must be original, and all rights must be wholly owned by the writer(s).
  • Screenplays and scripts must be submitted by the credited writer. Screenplays and scripts written by writing teams must be submitted by one of the writers, with consent of the other(s).
  • All writers must be credited on title page.
  • If a screenwriting team is chosen as a winner, prizes will be given to the screenwriter submitting the project. Each team is responsible for dividing or sharing the prize money, with no direction from The Wiki Screenplay Contest administrators, staff, or judges.
  • Once submitted, material is promptly assigned to analysts and judges and reading/scoring begins. Revisions, rewrites, addenda, or substitutions of either corrected pages or new drafts of the entered screenplay or script material require a separate entry.
  • By using our service, you authorize us to use any trusted third-party online and cloud-based services and databases for hosting, managing and/or transmitting your submission file(s), including Film Freeway and/or Coverfly.
  • All copyright, ownership and derivative rights to the material submitted to The Wiki Screenplay Contest remains with the original rights holders and/or author.
  • Plagiarized or non-original written materials will be disqualified.
Eligibility:
  • All screenwriters, without regard to professional or amateur status, age, gender, race, ethnicity, country of origin, native language, political orientation, or sexual preference are eligible.
  • The screenplay, television script, or short film script material submitted must be in English.
  • All screenplay, television script, or short film script material submitted to other competitions or contests is eligible.
  • There are no limitations or restrictions as to date of authorship of submitted screenplay, television script, or short film materials.
  • The screenplay, television script, or short film script material submitted must not be encumbered by any obligation to, or option held by, any third party prior to entering the screenplay competition.
  • Screenplay, television script, or short film script material should be submitted in standard screenplay format, font, spacing and margin.
  • No limitations regarding title page content. Title and name of screenwriter and contact information on cover page is recommended.
  • Adaptations of source material or other literary work must be properly referenced and credited.
  • All screenplay, television script, or short film script material must be submitted electronically as a PDF digital file.

Awards

Feature Script:
  • $250 Cash Prize
  • Full script reading & 5-10 page Professional Studio Analysis
  • One-on-one virtual development meeting with WGA Senior Judge
TV Script:
  • $150 Cash Prize
  • Full script reading & 4-8 page Professional Studio Analysis
  • One-on-one virtual development meeting with WGA Senior Judge
Short Film Script:
  • $75 Cash Prize
  • Full script reading & 2-4 page Professional Studio Analysis
  • One-on-one virtual development meeting with WGA Senior Judge

Wiki Contest

Contact

1187 Coast Village Rd
ste. 512
Santa Barbara, CA 93108
805-535-5684 (voice)

Web:
https://www.wikiscreenplaycontest.com/
Email:
info@wikiscreenplaycontest.com

Contact: Bob McCullough, Admin

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Wiki: The World's FASTEST Screenplay Contest

Contact

1187 Coast Village Rd
ste. 512
Santa Barbara, CA 93108
805-535-5684 (voice)

Web:
https://www.wikiscreenplaycontest.com/
Email:
info@wikiscreenplaycontest.com

Contact: Bob McCullough, Admin

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Wiki: The World's FASTEST Screenplay Contest

Contact

1187 Coast Village Rd
ste. 512
Santa Barbara, CA 93108
805-535-5684 (voice)

Web:
https://www.wikiscreenplaycontest.com/
Email:
info@wikiscreenplaycontest.com

Contact: Bob McCullough, Admin

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