Thursday, 24 December 2015

2016 Script Pipeline Screenwriting and TV Writing competitions

The deadline for the 2016 Script Pipeline Screenwriting and TV Writing competition is 31 December:

Submit Your Screenplay or TV Pilot by December 31st ­ Script Pipeline


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The 2016 Script Pipeline Screenwriting and TV Writing Competitions continue a long tradition of discovering up-and-coming talent and connecting them with top producers, agencies, and managers across studio and independent markets. This process has so far resulted in over $5 million in screenplays and TV pilots sold from alumni since 2003. Pre-register by December 31st and send your script in any time before May 1st at no additional fee.

Finalists are given exposure to Script Pipeline industry partners, approximately 200 qualified contacts, and the following:
  • $35,000 to winners - one of the biggest cash prizes across all film and TV writing competitions
  • Personal introductions to managers, producers, agents, and others searching for new screenplays, tailored to each individual project
  • Consultations with Script Pipeline√≠s Director of Development and other industry execs
  • Long-term circulation assistance for all finalists and winners.
  • Exclusive invitation to private industry/writer events throughout the year

Submit Your Screenplay

Submit Your TV Pilot or Spec

Recent Script Pipeline Success Stories
- Tripper Clancy's coming-of-age comedy Henry the Second, winner of the 2010 Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition, is headed toward production by summer 2016. 21 Laps (The Spectacular Now) and producer Shawn Levy join 3311 Productions (Table 19) at the helm.

- Henry Dunham (Militia) signed with Madhouse Entertainment and UTA in September, less than a month after being announced as the winner of the 2015 Script Pipeline competition.

- Tyler Burton Smith has teamed with director Gil Kenan (Poltergeist) on the Warner Bros. feature Five Nights at Freddy's. Tyler found management in 2011 shortly after winning the Screenwriting Competition.

- Evan Daugherty (Snow White and the Huntsman) is writing and producing several TV series, directing the film Ink and Bone for Dimension Films, and was recently tabbed to write the new Tomb Raider film. Script Pipeline execs Matt Misetich and Chad Clough linked Evan with representation in 2008. He has since become one of the most in-demand screenwriters in Hollywood.

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