ScreenCraft Family-Friendly Screenwriting Competition

ScreenCraft Family

Objective

Families are the most influential moviegoing audience, yet there’s a surprising lack of high-quality films that appeal to the WHOLE family. This contest avoids the genre-bias of some other contests by seeking exclusively scripts that are life-affirming stories of faith, courage, hope and love. Whether you have a family drama, comedy, animation, or action-adventure film – we have producers and executives who are hungry for high-quality “four-quadrant” projects to package and produce.

Additionally, this contest also celebrates scripts that uplift, inspire and authentically portray stories, themes and people of faith.

Deadline/Entry Fees

Deadline Date Entry Fee Days till Deadline
Early October 31, 2020 $49 119
Final December 18, 2020 $69 167

Notification: March 31st, 2021

Rules

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Awards

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Contest News

ScreenCraft Names Family-Friendly Semifinalists

Semifinalists have been announced for the 2017 ScreenCraft Family-Friendly Screenplay Contest. The 80 screenplays advancing to the next round represent the top 12% of submissions received.

A Better Place, by Katterina Powers
A Hope For Us All, by Helen Stroupe
A Junebug Christmas, by Summer Johnson
A Love Story, by David Kushner
After the Whale, by Paul Farrell
Art in Tandem, by Elizabeth Blackmer
Bayou Country, by Randall Shields
Black Jack, by Stephen Curran
Burgertown, by James Matthews
Bye Cuspid! The Adventures of a Male Tooth Fairy, by Michael Hogan
Cherokee Chosen, by Ilan Kozlowski
City in the Sky, by Amanda Stockwell
Code Silent., by Nancy Breaux
Coyote Warrior, by Roberta Rovner Pieczenik
Cyclone, by Dahlia Welsh
Dad the Kid, by Freddy Deane
Daughters Lost, by Steve Biggs
Dragon Dream, by Joe Laudati
Dragon Guardian, by Elle Croxford
Finding My Olivia, by Kelly Karam
Flora and the Flabbs, by Donald Cameron
FlyGirl, by Syd Blue
For the Birds, by Lisa Albracht
Harold Angel, by Janine Gilbert
Holiday Magic, by Rex Carter
In Love with Christmas, by Lelia Alford
Intelligent Life, by Bruce Luchsinger
It Happened One Night Before Christmas, by Alyson Dutemple Dutemple, Samantha Wandell
Jacob and the Invisi-Belle, by Thomas Mann
Kush, by June Carryl
LevelLand, by George Anson
Little One’s Big NYC adventure, by Robin Young Roe
Mantis, by Laura Lance
Miss Liberty, by Craig Paulsen
Moped Army, by Randin Brown
Mr. Moon, by Michael Langer
My Digital Life, by Sherry M Cook
My Intergalactic Field Trip, by Adam Towne
Nickerbacher, by Terry John Barto
Ninja Mom, by Ren Hanami
Oggleswog the Dragon, by Monique Amado
Parents, by Bruce Kalish
Peanut Butter Cup, by Eric Ritigstein
Pirate Queen, by Carole Whang Schutter
Puppy with a Purpose, by Candy Fox
Quest for the Tiger’s Eye, by Dylan Morgan
Rescue Dog, by Rich Orstad
Resurrection, by Christina Shaver
Riff Raff, by Chris Desmond
Run For the Roses, by Nathan Hudson
Saving Washington, by Jane Hampton Cook
Sid and the Dweeb Squad, by Mark Anderson
smartHOME, by Mike Porter
Something Incredible, by Megan Breen
Spirited Susan, by Mark Stouffer
Spitfire, by Evan Balkan
Sumo Boy, by Scott Sublett
Surviving 14, by Katie Streicher
Teddy Bear, by Hillel Damron
The Angel Rainbow Car Wash, by Tom Rossi
The Boy Who Cried Dinosaur, by Chris Kunz
The Christmas Miracles, by Lisa Reisner
The Engineer of Terracotta, by Alexie Basil
The Hiding Place, by Stephen Martin
The Ice Swan, by Shirlee Wilson
The Least of These, by Ellen Winburn
The Loneliest Whale, by Brad Klipfel
The Magnificent Kevin, by Christopher Fetherolf
The Monster That Came To Tea, by Tom Warwick
The Patient and The Prince, by Nathan Hudson
The Shadow in the Wind, by Lazaros Zigomanis
The Shepherd’s Guide to Love, by Mary Huckstep
The Younger Siblings Club, by Jodi Kraus
This Will Leave A Mark, by Kathryn Kyker
Tug, by Eli Elbogen
Turn and Burn, by Susan Arscott
What The Fox Said, by James Stewart
Yearbook, by Jenny Taylor-Whitehorn
Young American, by Robbie Robertson
Zero, by Aarthi Ramanathan

Updated: 03/02/2018

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