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Breaking Walls Thriller Screenplay Contest
United States
coordinator@thrillerscreenplay.com
www.thrillerscreenplay.com/

Description: 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: Cash prizes for both the winner and runner-up. And the winner receives a free Inktip Script Listing where hundreds of other reps and producers can find your contest winning screenplay!
Objective: Well-written thrillers are an excellent way for writers to show Hollywood pros a combination of commerciality, unique voice, and a clear understanding of effective feature film narrative. We're here to break down the walls between your talent and the industry pros looking for the next great thriller writer!
Eligibility: Open to writers 18 years of age or older
Entry Fee: Earlybird: $35, Regular: $40, Late: $45, Extended $60
Type: Screenplay
Promotes: Specific Genres
Originates From: United States
Occurrence: Quaterly
Sponsored By: Other
Start Date: 12/30/2016
Submission Deadlines: 3/24/2017
Winners Announced: End of Apr 2017
Year of Origin: 2013
Rules: - International entries are allowed but the script must be written in English.
- The submitted script must be in PDF format and must be submitted electronically.
- A title page with contact information must be included with every submitted script.
- The script must be 80 to 130 pages in 12pt Courier (or Courier Final Draft) with standard screenplay margins and spacing, and pages must be numbered.
- The script must be unproduced at the time of submission and must be an original screenplay intended for the medium of feature film and the submitter must own 100% of the rights to the script when submitting. Adaptations are eligible as long as the writer can prove full ownership of the original property or life rights (or if the source material is public domain according to US Copyright law.)
- If the script is written by a writing team, it must be submitted by one of the writers with the consent of the other (any and all prizes will be sent to the writer who submitted the winning script, it is the responsibility of the writing team to share or divide the prizes.)
- All entries must be received on or before midnight (Pacific Time) on the date of the deadline and must be paid in full to be considered.
- There is no limit to the number of different scripts you may submit. Duplicate entries of the same project, however, will be automatically disqualified.
- Once a script has been submitted, no substitutions will be accepted. No corrected pages or revised drafts allowed.
- The decisions of the judges are final and shall not be disputed. The contest and its coordinators may not be held responsible for any errors or omissions by the judges.
- By entering the contest, the writer(s) understand that there is no guarantee of representation (by an agent or manager) and/or production in the event that a script is chosen as a winner. Consideration of the script is given for the sole purpose of choosing a winner for the contest.
- All scripts submitted must be registered with the WGAw and/or the US Copyright Office before the time of submission.
- The entry fee must be paid in US Dollars and are nonrefundable. Winners who may be awarded a cash prize shall be responsible for his or her own income tax. If a winner is awarded a cash prize, the entrant is responsible for providing an accurate PayPal address or bank account to receive the cash prize.
- Previous winning scripts are NOT eligible. (Other scripts by the winning writer are still eligible.)
Prizes and Awards: GRAND PRIZE WINNER
- $300 cash prize
- Full winning script sent to Hollywood literary representation and production companies
- A free Inktip Script Listing, where hundreds of reps and producers can find you and your contest winning screenplay

RUNNER UP
- $100 cash prize
- Logline sent to Hollywood literary representation and production companies for a potential read request

UP TO 8 OTHER FINALISTS
- Logline sent to Hollywood literary representation and production companies for a potential read request
More: See our web site at http://www.thrillerscreenplay.com for further details.

 


 

 

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