Scriptwriters Network High Concept Screenplay Competition

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Objective

The High Concept Screenplay Competition welcomes all genres and aims to discover, honor and reward different approaches, eclectic points of view and unique voices in screenwriting. A high concept screenplay:

  • has a great premise – the idea is king (e.g. “Big”)
  • has a memorable title – it conveys what the movie is about (e.g. “Wedding Crashers”)
  • has a visual logline – you can see the movie (e.g. “40 Year Old Virgin”)
  • has universal appeal – all demographics “get it” (e.g. “Star Trek”)
  • has clear conflicts, high stakes, a hook, a ticking clock and/ or a twist (e.g. “Liar Liar”)
  • has a succinct, descriptive “pitch” of 25 words or less (e.g. “Seven, Home Alone”)

Deadline/Entry Fees

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Rules

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Awards

  • First Place $1500 & Screenplay Studio Software Bundle ($620 value)
  • Second Place $500 & Dramatica Pro ($270 value)
  • Third Place $250 & Movie Magic Screenwriter ($250 value)

Three Winners:

  • Scripts will be eligible to be read by over 80 industry professionals including studio executives, production companies, agents and managers based on their request from interest in the logline and genre.
  • Receive a one year membership or renewal to the Scriptwriters Network (SWN).
  • InkTip Script Listing: A listing of your script on InkTip so that producers and reps can find you.

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Scriptwriters Network Names High Concept Winners

Mark Gaberman's Heaven vs. Hell has been named the winner the Scriptwriters Network 2014 High Concept Screenwriting Competition.

1st: Heaven vs. Hell – Mark Gaberman
2nd: Hangover Man – Nick Roth
3rd: The Third Bomb – Phillip Parker


2014 Finalists (ordered by title):

  • Beneath Storm Mountain – Kara Sturdevant
  • Black Paint – Tomasz Wysocki
  • Bon Jovi Sucks! – Eric Boyd
  • Countdown – Michael Musumeci
  • Gumshoes, The – Lisa Garvey
  • Hangover Man – Nick Roth
  • Heaven vs. Hell – Mark Gaberman
  • Hey Kid, Nice Costume – Scott Robert Waldvogel
  • Horrorshow – Nathan Puttick
  • Third Bomb, The – Phillip Parker




Updated: 03/17/2015

Scriptwriters Network High Concept Screenplay Competition

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