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Any and all inquiries from this media blitz will be sent directly to you or your designated representative, so you will be able to communicate with these industry execs directly.
InkTip Magazine is sent to over 15, producers and representatives. Companies who are InkTip members include: Producers have made more than films from scripts and writers found through InkTip. Courtesy of Roadmap Writers, all winners will receive a private consultation with an industry executive of their choice view options to review their first 15 pages, as well as a minute story notes call with their exec.
Each winner will also receive a complimentary pitch session and four free educational interactive webinars with high caliber industry executives. Lastly, each winner will have their logline posted on a private section of the Roadmap Writers website to be reviewed by executives for consideration.
Any submission that does not comply with contest rules may be disqualified. Writers who reside in countries other than the United States are welcome to enter the contest; however, all scripts must be submitted in English and entry fees must be paid in U. Entry in the competition is void where prohibited by law.
Judges, sponsors, administrators, and independent contractors who work with or for the PAGE International Screenwriting Awards or Production Arts Group are not eligible to enter the competition, nor are their spouses or other immediate family members.
Scripts must be the original work of the author s and on the date of submission must be wholly owned and controlled by the author s. If a script has been sold, is currently under option, is being produced, or is in any other way encumbered by a third party on the date of submission, the script is not eligible for an award.
Only original screenplays and teleplays are eligible for awards. Novels, short stories, stage plays, treatments, synopses, reality show concepts and spec scripts for existing TV series are not eligible.
Adaptations of books, plays, or other source material written by another author are not eligible under any circumstances. A script that has been adapted from your own book, play, or other source material is eligible provided that you have retained all film and television rights to the property.
Submissions and entry fees must be postmarked or transmitted electronically on or before Any script submitted after the Final Entry Deadline will be disqualified.
The contest and its administrators are not responsible for submissions or entry fees that are lost, stolen, or damaged in transit, and we cannot return scripts once they have been submitted.
Once a script has been entered in the competition, under no circumstances will we accept substitutions of new drafts or corrected pages.
If you wish to submit a revised draft of your screenplay, you must enter it as a new submission and pay the appropriate entry fee.
As a special courtesy, writers who advance to the Semi-Final Round of competition will be invited to send us the latest draft of their script for the final two rounds of judging free of charge. Decisions of the Judges are final and may not be disputed. Our Judges are instructed and agree to evaluate scripts based on our standard Judging Procedure; however, the PAGE Awards contest and its administrators may not be held responsible for any errors or omissions on the part of the Judges.
Though your script will not be disqualified if it deviates from these standards, in order to maximize your chances of success, we strongly recommend that you follow these guidelines.
Scripts should be written in standard spec screenplay or teleplay format, set in point Courier font. Scripts should be standard length and pages should be numbered. Since our judging process is anonymous, please include ONLY the title of your script on your title page.
If you like, you may also include your WGA registration number, but that is not required. When we receive your entry we will assign your script a number and our Judges will identify your screenplay solely by its title and script number.
Under no circumstances should you include your name or contact information anywhere within the body of your script.The PAGE International Screenwriting Awards competition was founded in the fall of Our goal? To discover the most exciting new scripts by up-and-coming writers from across the country and around the world.
C ongratulations to all the writers who advanced to the Semi-Final Round of the The PAGE International Screenwriting Awards competition!
This year’s Finalists will be announced on September 15, and on October 15 our Judges will once again present over $50, in cash and prizes to some of the most talented new screenwriters from . Reviews. Info and Ads. Welcome. See more of The PAGE International Screenwriting Awards on Facebook.
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As one of the most prestigious contests on this list, the Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting is the granddaddy in international screenwriting competitions, established and run by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Over the past three decades, the fellowship has helped to foster writing talent and each year awards up to five $35, fellowships to amateur screenwriters. I would highly recommend entering the Page International Screenwriting Awards.
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