The Writers Store sits down with Tyler Marceca, recent winner of The Writers Store Industry Insider Contest, to discuss his journey as a screenwriter, what he learned during the contest’s mentoring process, and the excitement of selling his contest-winning script to Universal with Mark Wahlberg attached. The Writers Store: Let’s start with the first...
This week’s Balls of Steel is coming at you early simply because its time-sensitive contents include an opportunity I truly believe you should take advantage of. Many of my network have asked me how to find a mentor after reading last week’s Balls of Steel: How Far Will You Go? I found my mentors...
Supported by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation and established by MOVIEGUIDE® in 2005, the primary purpose of the Kairos Prize is to further the influence of moral and spiritual values within the film and television industries.
Big Break™ is an annual, global screenwriting contest designed to launch the careers of aspiring writers. Big Break™ rewards screenwriters with cash, prizes, and A-list executive meetings. Winners and finalists alike have had their screenplays optioned and produced and have secured high-profile representation as well as lucrative writing deals.
In partnership with Just Go With It screenwriter Allan Loeb, The Industry Insider Screenwriting Contest pledged $10,000 to the American Red Cross Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami Fund in appreciation of Loeb’s participation in this session’s contest.
Big Idea Writers Challenge is a Bi-monthly contest that will take your script to the hands of Producers, Investors and Studios.
The AAA Screenplay Contest aims to get talented writers through the door to Hollywood.
The SFFS/KRF Filmmaking Grants support films that through plot, character, theme or setting significantly explore human and civil rights, antidiscrimination, gender and sexual identity and other urgent social justice issues of our time.
Sponsored by the the Djerassi Resident Artists Program, the Djerassi Residency Award/SFFS Screenwriting Fellowship will provide a one-month residency at the Djerassi Resident Artists Program for an emerging or established screenwriter; open to both U.S. and international screenwriters.
The New England Short Horror Film Competition is meant to highlight short films and scripts in the horror/sci-fi/mystery suspense genres. Winning entries will be distributed on a DVD compilation for international distribution.