The Industry Insider Screenwriting Contest is a quarterly international competition that facilitates relationships between new writers and Industry leaders looking to help aspirants embark on writing careers.
Working from an A-list logline, entrants are challenged to create up to the first 15 pages of an original script based on the given concept. But it doesn't stop there. The Industry Insider Screenwriting Contest goes much further than your average competition, by providing the top 10 finalists with mentors to guide them through the entire script creation process, with the goal of completing a spec screenplay to be judged by a panel of Hollywood power players.
|Deadline||Date||Entry Fee||Days till Deadline|
|Early||February 28, 2014||$40|
|Standard||March 31, 2014||$50|
|Extended||April 30, 2014||$75||12|
For feedback on contest submission, additional $10 fee. Finalists announced May 2014 Winner announced: September 2014
Notification: Finalists announced May 2014 Winner announced: September 2014
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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.
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