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Script Pipeline Screenwriting Contest winner Slammin' by Aaron Metchik and Joseph Garner sold to Warner Bros. for six-figures in 2003. It was the competition's first major success story, and the first Script Pipeline writer to sell a spec for over six-figures.
Script Pipeline has actually been around for about 15 years and has steadily grown into a family of well regarded screenwriting contests with a number of notable alumni, including Evan Daugherty, a former contest winner who went on to sell the $3 million spec Snow White & the Huntsman. Script Pipeline now offers a number of different ...
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The contest accepts Features, TV Pilots, Web Series, and Shorts. Those are just a few of the many reputable contests that will be open for submissions in 2018. Click Here to Download This Calendar of Top 2018 Screenwriting Contests and Fellowships
2018 Screenwriting Contest Results. By Script Pipeline June 18, 2018 No Comments. Winner. Junior by Peter Malone Elliot. Peter Malone Elliott is an award-winning screenwriter and playwright hailing from the great state of Virginia. Growing up in a house with a New York Times best-selling author, Peter always knew he wanted to write.
Panel: Why Screenwriting Competitions are Necessary
Past ScreenCraft winners and a runner-up get together for a roundtable discussion. They cover the importance of screenwriting competitions and why going ...
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Submitting To A Screenplay Competition, The Big Mistake Screenwriters Make - Gordy Hoffman
In this Film Courage video interview, Bluecat Screenplay Founder and Judge talks about submitting to a screenplay competition, the big mistake screenwriters ...