Evyn Williams won the 2019 WeScreenplay TV Contest with her pilot ALTERED before working with WeScreenplay and signing with manager John Bauman.
After winning the 2018 WeScreenplay feature competition with his spec, LAST TO FALL, Jim Maceda worked closely with WeScreenplay to develop his materials and take studio meetings before landing a paid feature writing assignment.
Faisal Azam and Erica Velis
Faisal Azam and Erica Velis were winners of the 2018 WeScreenplay TV Pilot Competition with their riveting script H8. WeScreenplay introduced them and their writing to Zero Gravity Management, and they’ve signed with a team there.
Erica Tachoir won the Fall 2017 Feature contest and was connected to Hollywood producer Melissa Azizi, who was a juror on the contest. They met to discuss the project and after working on it together, Erica has officially attached Melissa as a producer on the project.
Amanda Bermudez won the Fall 2017 Diverse Voices contest and was connected to a literary manager at Gotham Group, who represent clients like Steve Buscemi and Freida Pinto. She went on to sign with Gotham and is working on both features and television.
J.J. Bailey, the 2017 WeScreenplay Drama TV Pilot Winner, signed with Heroes and Villains earlier this year with his TV Pilot script Vanishing Point.
Dominique Holmes, the Spring 2016 Diverse Voices TV Winner, signed with a founding partner at Heroes and Villains Management and is in active development on TV and feature projects.
S.A. Simon won the 2019 WeScreenplay TV competition with her pilot THE RADICAL. WeScreenplay introduced her to manager, Jermaine Johnson, of Zero Gravity Management, who signed her as a client.
Nevil Jackson was a Spring 2018 Diverse Voices finalist with his comedy pilot THE HILL. After placing as a finalist, he signed with Zero Gravity Management after WeScreenplay introduced them.
After winning the Spring 2019 Diverse Voices contest, WeScreenplay worked with Dallas Rico to set up meetings with execs and managers before he was staffed on an HBO series.
Kenlon Clark won the 2017 WeScreenplay Feature Screenplay Contest and was connected with Literary Manager Le’Ander Nicholson at Believeland Management who went on to sign Kenlon.
Natasha Hall, the 2017 Diverse Voices TV Pilot Winner, signed with Industry Entertainment with her pilot script PHOENIX.
Bandar Albuliwi, a Diverse Voices Finalist and Professor of Film at The University of Tampa, recently signed with representation at Luber Roklin Entertainment Management.
Leon Chills, the Spring 2016 Diverse Voices Feature winner, signed with a literary manager at Heroes and Villains. Recently, Leon got a staff writing job on an upcoming Netflix show!
Odin Ozdil, a 2014 WeScreenplay Feature Contest Winner, went on to sign with Pollinate Entertainment.