This week, we present 8 great new Calls For Entry, 9 fine WAB Extended
Deadlines, and more than 50 (nifty) additional deadlines for you to
pick from. Be sure to check out these festivals, and the dozens of others
open for submissions below...
- Miami International Film Festival
- Florida Film Festival
- Phoenix Film Festival
- CHINH INDIA KIDS FEST
- Vail Film Festival Screenwriting Competition
- Atlanta Film Festival Screenplay Competition
FINAL DEADLINES, just days away:
- Middle East International Film Festival - Abu Dhabi (UNITED ARAB
- New Hampshire Film Festival
- Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival
- Bahamas International Film Festival
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SCREENWRITERS: EXPLORE THE EXPO
The 6th Annual SCREENWRITING EXPO SCREENPLAY COMPETITION is affiliated
with one of the world's largest screenwriter trade shows, the
Screenwriting Expo in Los Angeles, California. The competition offers more than
$150,000 in cash and prizes to award recipients, including the $20,000
Grand Prize and $2,500 prizes to five lucky (and talented) feature
writers. Called a "carnival for the screenwriter" by ESQUIRE magazine, this
opportunity is rich with networking and educational possibilities, as
well as a rare chance to win fantastic prizes and awards.
Be sure not to miss the next big deadline, on August 31st - submit to
the SCREENWRITING EXPO today!
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