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    Samantha GrantAngel’s Redencion, 2012 ScriptFest
    Someone from Sicily wants to fund “Angel’s Redencion” if my director will shoot in Sicily! They got the script off of the SPF (ScreenplayFest) site! I ...

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    David EbeltoftYou Were Once Called Queen City, 2008 ScriptFest Winner
    I truly enjoyed the experience Screenplay Fest had to offer. It provided exposure to a fostering community of fellow writers and film fans that added fuel ...

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    Frank VespeHer New Girlfriend, 2012 ScriptFest
    My stories are listed on a few other sites, but NONE are as insightful, helpful as ScreenplayFest, especially with comments and criticism about every aspect of ...

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    Brian MonizRussian Cross, 2012 ScriptFest
    Just wanted to drop a quick message saying thanks for throwing this contest. Ever since I registered I’ve had access to dozens of great screenplays. I ...

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    Nathan JonesTongue Tied, 2011 ScriptFest & Analysis
    We’re going into production on “Tongue Tied” in less than a month. We already have a distribution offer on the table. Just wanted to say thanks ...

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    Jerry terHorstTerry Putlett: Super Janitor!, 2011 ScriptFest
    You guys were so helpful with commercial agencies, that I ended up signing with the wonderful Joan Messinger at Pinnacle. ‘Seriously Jerry? You got a commercial ...

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    SCREENPLAYS See All »

    Beyond Salvage

    Beyond Salvage

    Matthew Burgoyne – a corporate lawyer with a long, shadowy intelligence past – has a problem: While mee...

    Three Days At The Gate

    Three Days At The Gate

    Jay Nelson has died, and that’s not his biggest problem. Because of a SNAFU Mr. Nelson is stuck in stuck in bureauc...

    The Tales of Launcelot: The Knight Who Sacked Guinevere

    The Tales of Launcelot: The Kn...

    A re-telling of Arthurian Legend about Sir Launcelot and his affair with the Queen of Camelot, Guinevere. Screenpla...

    The Boy from Mullaghamore

    The Boy from Mullaghamore

    An uprooted Irish teenager endures humiliation and abuse in a NYC parochial high school until a wounded track coach...

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    LOGLINES See All »

    the new world order

    the new world order

    The paradise on earth is used to make deadly assassins. Colin has to find the truth and stop them from starting a w...

    Ferocious

    Ferocious

    America’s great naval hero John Paul Jones is invited to Russia to fight the Ottoman Turks, by Empress Cather...

    Don Appetit

    Don Appetit

    Chicago’s Don is suddenly stepping down, to find a worthy replacement he throws a mob cooking contest, awarding his...

    Love

    Love

    The US Supreme Court rules in favor of same-sex marriage, strikes down DOMA, most states comply, except three, prom...

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    FROM THE BLOG

    2014 ScriptFest Winners Announced

    2014 ScriptFest Winners Announced

    Submissions are OPEN for our next contest… Submit Here! We’d like to congratulate all of the finalists, and thank all of the writers for submitting to our 2014 contest.  If anyone wishes to contact the writers, they may do so on our website: www.ScreenplayFest.com or simply email us at info@screenplayfest.c... Read On

    Thirteen Signs of a Promising Spec Script

    Thirteen Signs of a Promising Spec Script

    I review scripts for a London-based production company. Fortunately, I only have to review one script at a time. Many script readers aren’t so lucky. They have five or six scripts to review almost on a daily basis. They are so pressed for time that they immediately eliminate scripts that are too long, too short or use the wrong font. You get ... Read On

    Visual Logline

    Visual Logline

    This is an expanded version of If You Can’t See The Movie Poster, Don’t Write The Script. A visual logline is the graphic representation of your screenplay. It is developed from the story swirling around in your head. It can be drawn with pen and paper or created using a computer program. It doesn’t have to be perfect or pretty, j... Read On

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