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Emerging Screenwriters Screenplay Competition

Brought to you by the International Screenwriters’ Association. 5th Season with NEW prizes!

$25,000 in CASH, plus more in Prizes!

Grand Prize Winner will receive $10,000 CASH!

  • 2nd Place Winner:
         $5,000 CASH
  • 3rd Place Winner:
         $4,000 CASH
  • 4th Place Winner:
         $3,000 CASH
  • 5th Place Winner:
         $2,000 CASH
  • 6th Place Winner:
         $1,000 CASH
PLUS, ALL 6 RECEIVE:
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  • FAST Screenplay Screenwriting Process
  • 1 Year Subscription to Storylogue
  • Submitted to Top Production Companies
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Grand Prize Winner chosen from TOP 6 winners! Features, Pilots and Web Series Eligible!

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NOW READING LAST SEASON'S WINNERS

Groundswell Productions
(Producers of MILK, THE VISITOR, WIN WIN)
Zero Gravity Management
(Literary Management)
Grindstone Entertainment Group
(Subsidiary of Lionsgate)

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Deadlines

Early July 17th $35
Regular September 12th $55
Final October 16th $65
Final EXTENDED October 28th $65

Announcements

TOP 100: February 1st, 2015
TOP 6 and GRAND PRIZE: February 12th, 2015


Accepting:

FEATURE FILM SCRIPTS (80-120 pages)
TV PILOTS – WEB SERIES (10-70 pages)

Genres Accepted:

Action/Adventure Comedy
Thriller Drama
Animation Family
Fantasy Historical
Science Fiction Horror


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