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Screenplay Competitions: Tools and Insights to Help You Choose the Best Screenwriting Contests for You and Your Script
Screenplay Competitions has been recommended by Professor Richard Walter (former Screenwriting Area Head, Associate and Interim Dean, UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television), Professor Harry M. Cheney (Chapman University, Dodge College of Film and Media Art), Dave Trottier (author, The Screenwriter’s Bible, www.keepwriting.com), Matt Dy (former Director of Script ...more
Paperback, First, 264 pages
Published February 15th 2019 by Bluestocking Press
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If you are ready to take your screenplay to the next level and actually enter competitions, reading this book is a must! Entering screenplay competitions is an investment in both time and money, and this book helps you get the most out of that investment. Readers will gain good perspective on which screenplay competitions will be best fit for his/her script. But this is far more than just a list of which screenplay competitions are out there. It provides an in-depth look at feedback and how to g ...more
Ann Marie Williams’ scripts have placed in several screenwriting competitions including the semifinals of the Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition and ScreenCraft’s Sci-Fi Screenplay Contest, as well as the finals of the Nashville Film Festival Screenwriting Competition. Ann was also a Reader for the Austin Film Festival Screenplay & Teleplay Competition, which allowed her to experience the ...more
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