Cash Pot Screenplay Competition
Helping screenwriters succeed.
- All scripts must be submitted in English. Entry fees must be paid in U.S. dollars. Entry in the competition is void where prohibited by law.
- Scripts must be 75-140 pages in length, submitted in .PDF format.
- Judges and employees who work for the Cash Pot Screenplay Competition or J. D. Vine Publications are not eligible to enter the competition, nor are their affiliates or immediate family members.
- Screenplays written by up to five people may be entered in the contest. Only one entry fee is required for such entries. All writers' names should be listed on the online entry. All writers must authorize submission of the entry. By submitting online to the Cash Pot Screenplay Competition, all writers authorize the submission. If a screenplay is written by multiple authors, all cash awards will be split equally between the writers. If a screenplay is written by multiple writers, prizes will be divided at the writers' discretion.
- Entrants to the Cash Pot Screenplay Competition retain all rights to their screenplays.
- Entries will not be returned. Be sure to retain a copy of all material submitted.
- Entries are submitted via email. Submission fees are paid via Paypal. If entrant's Paypal payment is under a different name than script is submitted under, the entrant(s) should specify in the entry email.
- Once a script has been entered into competition, we will not accept substitutions or revised drafts. If entrant(s) wish to submit a revised draft of a script, it must be entered as a new submission with its own entry fee.
- The Cash Pot Screenplay Competition will not share your screenplay with anyone except the official judges of the competition without your prior approval.
- By entering the Cash Pot Screenplay Competition, you represent that your entry is your original work, and does not infringe on the copyright or other rights of other people or entities.
- Entry fees are non-refundable.
- Entries must be the original work of the applicant. Entries may be adapted from the applicant’s own work.
- The decisions of the judges are final.
- J. D. Vine Publications reserves the right to make any necessary changes, postponements, or cancellations to The Cash Pot Screenplay Competition scheduling at our discretion.
- Notification of winners and official finalists will be sent by email and posted on our website. It is the responsibility of the winners to redeem any prizes allotted to them by the Cash Pot Screenplay Competition, J. D. Vine Publications, or our sponsors. Applicants will be responsible for providing current contact information and mailing addresses for prize redemption purposes.
- All who enter are invited to special Hollywood networking event.
- Finalists receive staged reading of selected scenes at event.
- Winner receives Cash Pot that grows with number of entries.
- See website for other benefits of entering.
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News: Cash Pot Screenplay Competition
Travis Opgenorth's Gridiron has been named the winner of the 2013 Cash Pot Screenplay Competition.
The Cashpot Screenplay Contest has announced their three finalists.
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