Can you turn a provided logline into a killer spec script? The ability to create a screenplay based on a given idea is a top way to break into the Industry. That’s why the majority of our past finalists gained representation and met with top production companies, with one lucky winner selling his script to Universal. Now, it’s your turn to show Hollywood what you can do.
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3-Day Stay in Los Angeles
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Lush Accommodations at a swanky Hollywood Hotel
Hollywood will serve as the home base for the Industry Insider Screenwriting Contest winner. Thinking of the many opportunities to network and hobnob with the Hollywood elite that frequents this hotspot is mind-boggling!
One-on-one Meetings with these Top Companies
The Industry Insider Screenwriting Contest can give you the tools and the resources you need to complete a saleable screenplay. But besides the experience and the mentoring you could receive, placing in this competition shows that you can take another’s idea and turn it into a winning script— a trait that’s truly valued in Hollywood, and serves as a priceless addition to your screenwriting resume.
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The Writers Store has named Patrick Rockwell's The Recruitment as the winner of the latest Industry Insider Screenwriting Contest, featuring Academy-award winning screenwriter Roger Avary.
The Writer Store has announced their top 10 Industry Insider Contest Finalists.
Dana Hahn has been helping writers find their voice for over ten years, first as a Literary Agent Associate, and most recently as the Contest Coordinator for the Industry Insider Screenwriting Contest. In addition to the contest, Dana is the Sales & Marketing Coordinator for the Writers Store, and manages the Development Notes & Story Specialist programs.
In partnership with "Just Go With It" screenwriter Allan Loeb, The Industry Insider Screenwriting Contest pledged $10,000 to the American Red Cross Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami Fund in appreciation of Loeb's participation in this session's contest. They've also pledged to donate an additional $10 per entry over their anticipated 1,000 submissions.
The Writers Store has announced the 10 finalists for their Industry Insider Screenwriting Competition.