The WeScreenplay Television Screenwriting Competition’s mission is to discover and expose new talent to the entertainment industry. Television Competition strives to provide industry exposure and support to television screenwriters who are looking to have their stories told.
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Deadlines and Fees
Early Bird Deadline – May 18th, 2018 – $29
Regular Deadline – June 22nd, 2018 – $39
Late Deadline – July 23rd, 2018 – $49
Final Deadline – August 10th, 2018 – $59
Quarterfinalists – August 31st, 2018
Semifinalists – September 21st, 2018
Finalists – October 12th, 2018
Winners – November 16th, 2018
Daniel Wolfberg is an executive for Comedy Central and has worked on IDIOTSITTER, DRUNK HISTORY, and JEFF & SOME ALIENS. His expertise on getting projects green-lit is what turns scripts into television shows.
Jen Ray is a literary manager at Heroes and Villains Entertainment where her focus is on developing strong female voices across genres. She is proud to have a client list that is 80% women. Jen also produced the indie comedy FOR A GOOD TIME, CALL… that premiered at Sundance and was distributed by Focus Features.
Grand Prizes - $3,350 ($1000 cash and $2350 in prizes per category)
2nd Place - $400 in prizes per category
3rd Place - $300 in prizes per category
Honorable Mention - $150 in prizes per category
Finalists (Top 10) - $35 in prizes per category
Distribution (Top Two in Each Category)
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The Script Lab is a comprehensive resource for screenwriters, filmmakers, content creators and film enthusiasts, offering a broad range of educational, motivational and industry-related content.
Stephanie Palmer is the former Director of Creative Affairs for MGM and one of The Hollywood Reporter’s Top 35 Executives Under 35. She created Good in a Room to help talented creators ensure that they were presenting their ideas in the best possible way.