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Film
WeBros Entertainment picks up "'74 and Sunny" by A.J. Benza
"The Fence" by George Pelecanos and Dennis Lehane sells to Fox Searchlight Pictures
MarVista Entertainment makes a deal with Nicole Schubert and Blaine Chiappetta for "The Protegé"
Sheldon Turner's "Jane" is purchased by Universal Pictures
"To Be Read Backwards" by Mathew Baker goes to Twentieth Century Fox
Television
Apple picks up "My Glory Was I Had Such Friends" by Karen Croner
"Assets" is acquired by Gunpowder & Sky
NEWS
76th Golden Globe Awards Nominations Announced

Thursday, Dec 6, 2018

Nominations for the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards were announced on Thursday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
NEWS
Perlman, Robertson-Dworet & Beer Launch Known Universe

Tuesday, Dec 4, 2018

Writers Nicole Perlman, Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Lindsey Beer have co-founded the production company Known Universe.

NEWS
Brillstein Acquires BloodList & Hires Its Creator

Wednesday, Nov 14, 2018

Brillstein Entertainment has hired Kailey Marsh and also acquired her BloodList brand.
NEWS
Amazon Sets Eight Feature Deal With Blumhouse TV

Wednesday, Nov 14, 2018

Amazon Studios has set a deal with Blumhouse Television to produce eight feature-length thrillers.




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Contest

12/15/2018    Great Movie Idea Contest
  Accepted entries include loglines, synopses, and video pitches. Completed screenplays are not reviewed, nor are entrants required to have a screenplay. You only need one spectacular idea. Any genre, studio-level or indie.
 
12/15/2018    Great TV Show Idea Contest
  Accepted entries include loglines, synopses, show bibles, or video pitches. Completed pilot scripts are not reviewed, nor are entrants required to have a completed pilot.
 
12/16/2018    BlueCat Screenplay Competition
  The BlueCat Screenplay Competition dedicates itself to the development of screenwriters worldwide and we are proud to continue our tradition of giving written feedback to all screenplay submissions. Founded and judged by an award-winning screenwriter, BlueCat has developed a keen eye for exposing screenwriting talent through our diligent and committed analysis of each submission.
 
12/22/2018    Breaking Walls Thriller Screenplay Contest
  Breaking Walls is the leading screenplay contest for writers in the thriller genre. Hollywood literary reps and production companies have agreed to receive the winning script as well as consider all of the finalists' loglines. Plus, the winner receives a free Script Listing from our sponsors at InkTip, where hundreds of other reps and producers can also find your contest winning screenplay!
 
1/13/2019    WriteMovies Winter 2019 Screenwriting Competition Extension
  Over the last eighteen years, hundreds of writers have found representation and writing assignments through us, gotten thousands of pitch meetings, had their projects optioned, sold and produced just because they excelled in the WriteMovies Contest. Let us open doors for you.
 
1/31/2019    Nickelodeon Writing Program
  Call for Entries! Nickelodeon's Writing Program offers aspiring television writers from around the globe, with diverse backgrounds and experiences, the opportunity to hone their skills while writing for our live action and animated shows. The Program’s General Track, developed to broaden Nickelodeon’s outreach efforts, provides a salaried position for up to one year (for Domestic writers) or up to six months (for International writers). The Preschool Track (Domestic writers only, for up to 6 months) is available for writers specifically interested in writing and/or creating shows for the Nick Jr. demographic. For more info via email: info.writing@nick.com, Follow us on twitter @NickWriting, Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/NickWriting
 
4/15/2019    PAGE International Screenwriting Awards
  Founded in 2003, the PAGE International Screenwriting Awards competition is widely regarded as one of the most important sources for new screenwriting talent within the Hollywood community and worldwide. Each year the PAGE judges present a total of 31 Awards and over $50,000 in Cash & Prizes in ten different genre categories: Action/Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Family Film, Historical Film, Science Fiction, Thriller/Horror, Short Film, TV Drama Pilot, and TV Comedy Pilot. Most importantly, the PAGE Awards contest is judged entirely by working professionals in the film and television industry, so all contestants have the opportunity to get their scripts into the hands of people who can truly help advance their careers.
 

 


 

 

The WGA Announces the TV Nominees for 2019

 

76th Golden Globe Awards Nominations Announced

 

Perlman, Robertson-Dworet & Beer Launch Known Universe

 

Brillstein Acquires BloodList & Hires Its Creator

 

Amazon Sets Eight Feature Deal With Blumhouse TV

 

2018 Nicholl Fellowships Awards Presentation & Live Read

 

Duplass Brothers Sign Interactive Series Deal With Eko


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