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"Philadelphia's SCREENPLAY FEST - An Online Screenplay Contest"

OBJECTIVE:

It's Time to be Recognized. Post Your Screenplay Online. Get Feedback. Gain Recognition. Your Door to Hollywood.

Philadelphia's "Screenplay Fest" is a unique opportunity for writers to receive:

1) Much FEEDBACK on your work to better your screenplay.

2) PUBLICITY - Screenplays are uploaded onto our website allowing agents, managers and producers to view them.

3) AWARDS from our Sponsors include: A) FACE-to-FACE Pitch opportunities with Industry EXECS as well as a multitude of Email Blasts. B) Be mentored by Renowned and Award Winning Story Master, Robert McKee. C) Several Analysis Packages to improve your screenplay including TOP 15 Consultant, Daniel Manus from No BullScript. D) 3 unique Screenwriting Softwares. E) Cash Prize...  The best opportunities to get your work into the hands of producers, agents and managers - the very people who can make your writing dreams a reality.

Our goal is to improve the Writer's Screenplay to the max, and get your screenplay in the hands of Industry Execs who can open doors for the writer - and make their writing dreams a reality.

RULES:

Philadelphia's "Screenplay Fest" is an ONLINE COMPETITION where writers submit their screenplays. Chosen scripts are uploaded onto our website for members, producers, writers and anyone to leave feedback and vote on. Quarter-finalist screenplays will be uploaded onto our website in list form - displaying log line, screenplay title, and ranking. Agents, Producers, writers, Industry Execs and anyone may download and read the screenplays at ease, and cast a vote a leave feedback. If interested, simply contact the writer - writer's email is on their own screenplay page. Online voting process is from November 1, 2012to December 31, 2012 - when winners will be chosen. Writer's will have a screenplay page on our site throughout the duration of these 4 months, where they will receive feedback, reviews and votes. Highest ranked screenplay from a combination of the judges and reviewers votes wins a handful of AWARDS valued over $5000 to better their screenplays and get recognized.

We also hold a FREE Log Line competition where writers submit their Log Lines / Story ideas which are uploaded on our website for anyone to vote on and review. The highest rated Log Line wins AWARDS.

Please visit our website for more information: www.ScreenplayFest.com

 


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Philadelphia's SCREENPLAY FEST Winners Announced!

www.ScreenplayFest.com  

 

2011 SCREENPLAYFEST GRAND PRIZE CONTEST RESULTS:

Congratulations to our winners of Philadelphia's 2011 ScreenplayFest!

To contact the writers and read their Screenplays, please visit: Click Here, or email us at: phillyscriptfest@screenplayfest.com.

Winners will be receiving emails from our sponsors in the next few weeks to come, so please be patient. 

GRAND PRIZE WINNER

COMEDY

Lookout Lou (The Big Lebowski meets License to Drive) A neurotic movie usher falls in love with a tourist while combating his fear of travel. With only 24 hours before she departs, he must overcome his inner-anxieties and drive to the Standard on Sunset Blvd. If it were only that easy for Lou Tilly.

CATEGORY WINNERS

1) DRAMA WINNER:

Rube (Forrest Gump meets The Natural) The true story of the most colorful character in baseball history, a mentally-challenged man who rises to superstardom as a Hall of Fame pitcher and the game's biggest drawing card.

2) ACTION / SCI-FI / ADVENTURE / FANTASY WINNER:

The Eaglet (Manchurian Candidate meets Doctor Zhivago) A tough survivalist, a Navy pilot has an ultimate trial of his Native American fortitude when he is shot down over Korea and enemies torture him to force him into treason.

3) HORROR / THRILLER WINNER:

Lucid Dreams of Wickedness (Seven meets Zodiac) Troubled by a gruesome nightmare involving a brutal serial killer, homicide detective Vincent Lynch wakes up to realize that not only is the murder real but part of the very investigation that he is heading up.

MENTIONABLE:

DRAMA

The Jungle (Mystic River meets The Town) When his partner is killed during a heist, a college student turned criminal risks capture when he forms a bond with the deceased's grieving father, who is also the cop on his trail.

Shadowboxing The Mob ( Raging Bull and The Fighter) Carmen Basilio refused to be bought by the mob-backed International Boxing Commission (IBC) during the 1950s, boxing's 'Golden Age." It cost him plenty in terms of time, money, and glory. But he put honor first and not only saved the sport he loved, but achieved his boyhood dream of becoming the welterweight and middle weight champion of the world.

COMEDY

I Snatched Andy Warhol (Snakes on a Plane meets Gandhi) An accidental internet superstar hates his web-addled, fame-obsessed generation, and decides to make an example of the founder of the current ideology: Andy Warhol.

V Facter (American Pie meets Sex In The City) A group of girlfriends develop a plan to help Mila get over her ex, Brandon. The solution? Since Brandon was her 'first', the girls decide Mila should sleep with a virgin, but not just any virgin. The 'victim' has to meet a very specific checklist. As if finding this 'qualified' virgin isn't hard enough, Mila falls in love with her 'victim' Jesse. Now things are really complicate, it's no longer just about getting over an ex, but about winning back Jesse after he discovers Mila's initial intentions. 
 

THRILLER / HORROR

Cabin Call (Misery meets Ten little Indians) Fun and pleasure are not the only commodities you can find on a cruise. when the ship starts sailing to the ports of call you might get sea sick but watch for the treatment you'll get on board, it could be poison.

 

 www.ScreenplayFest.com

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