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The Golden Age of Television Competition


The Golden Age of Television Competition is looking for writers with new ideas and a strong voice so that we may introduce you to industry players who matter. With more content and exhibitors than feature films, by far, television writing is an exciting way for aspiring writers to break in.
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The Golden Age of Television & Short Script Competition

Opportunity, access and acclaim.

With more content and exhibitors than feature films, by far, television writing is an exciting way for aspiring writers to break in.

The Golden Age of Television Competition is looking for writers with new ideas and a strong voice so that we may introduce you to industry players who matter.

There are two categories for submission:

  • Spec scripts (for existing shows), half-hour and one hour, all genres.
  • Original pilots and MOW (movie of the week). All genres, up to one hour

Prizes

Prizes are focused on helping writers with professional development and making introductions to professionals who offer priceless advice in the field.

Grand Prize

Winners of each category receive:

  • $1,000 in cash
  • 30-minute phone consult with acclaimed Jen Grisanti, story consultant, independent producer, writing instructor for NBC’s Writers on the Verge, blogger for The Huffington Post and author of the upcoming book, Story Line: Finding the Gold In Your Life Story.
  • Your script ready by and a 30-minute phone (or in person) meeting with Charles Rosin, prolific writer and producer of Dawson’s Creek, Northern Exposure and Beverly Hills 90210

Runners Up

Three runners up in each category receive:

  • a free 30 minute career phone consult with Julie Gray
  • complete dvd series of the television show of their choice

Deadlines and Entry Fees

Early bird: August 15th, 2010 ($30)
Regular Deadline: September 15th, 2010 ($40)
Extended Deadline: October 15th, 2010 ($45)
FINAL DEADLINE: November 15th, 2010 ($55)

 

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Announcements:

Quarter Finals: December 15th
Semi Finals – December 28th
Winner – January 15th, 2011

 

The Short Script Competition

Many a successful filmmaker has more than a few short films on their resume. Short films are MUCH less expensive to produce and there are plentiful film festivals that welcome this particular art form. Short scripts are a great way for screenwriters to really flex your creative muscles. In 20 pages or less, (minimum 15) can you set up a world, tell a structured story and write a satisfying character arc? Give it a shot – all genres are welcome!

Prizes

Grand Prize

 

  • $500 in cash
  • One hour telephone consult with Just Effing’s Julie Gray
  • Free script notes from Just Effing Entertain Me
  • $250 gift certificate for The Writers Store

2nd and 3rd place

Three runners up in each category receive:

  • a free 30 minute career phone consult with Julie Gray
  • $150 gift certificate to The Writer’s Store

Deadlines and Entry Fees

Early Bird: August 15, 2010 ($20)
Regular Deadline: September 15, 2010 ($30)
Extended Deadline: October 15, 2010 ($40)
FINAL DEADLINE: November 15, 2010 ($50)

Announcements:

Quarter Finals: December 15th
Semi Finals – December 28th

 

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