Thursday, February 10, 2005  

The AAA Screenplay Contest

Call for Entries!

Breaking into the world of screenwriting is no easy task. Creative Screenwriting Magazine is proud to present the AAA Screenplay Contest, a chance for a few talented writers to take the next step in their writing career.

The winning script and synopses for the top ten screenplays have been requested by the following companies:

* BenderSpink
* David Foster Productions
* The Donner Company
* Endeavor
* Escape Artists
* The Gersh Agency
* Hofflund/Polone Management
* International Creative Management
* New Line Cinema
* Paradigm
* Radar Pictures
* The Radmin Co.
* Spring Creek Pictures
* VH1
* Weintraub/Kuhn Productions
* Winkler Films
* Zide/Perry

Plus over eighty additional agents, managers, and development executives.

The winner of the AAA contest will be profiled in Creative Screenwriting magazine and the names of the top ten finalists will be published in CS Weekly. Finalists and their screenplays will also be publicized in press releases and ads placed in industry publications.

Prizes include $3,000 cash for the Grand Prize winner, plus the winning script mailed to over 100 agents, managers, and development executives who have requested it, screenwriting software, and a subscription to Creative Screenwriting and free admission to Screenwriting Expo 4. Second and third places receive $500 cash, free software, subscription, and admission. Plus the top ten have synopses for their scripts submitted to over 100 agents, managers, and producers who have requested them.

Submit your best work in any genre. Only $40 to enter.

Sposored by Creative Screenwriting.

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At 11:08 AM,Anonymous Anonymous said...

I submitted to the AAA Screenwriting Contest last year was extremely disappointed in the unprofessional manner in which it was conducted. They were several months late announcing the finalists and offered up little to no explanation other then that they were going through a management change. This is extremely frustrating for writers who have worked months or even years on their project, and then spend a hefty chunk of change on a submission fee only to be left in the dark for months. Just a warning.

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