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Studio Ghibli picks up "How Do You Live?" by Hayao Miyazaki
ITV picks up "Nolly" by Russell T. Davies
"Something from Tiffany's" by Tamara Chestna sells to Amazon Prime
Moving Picture Institute makes a deal with J. Michael Straczynski for "Untitled John Matherson Series"
Declan De Barra's "Corballymore House" is purchased by Sleeper Films
"First Contact" by Nic Stacey goes to BBC Two
The Cartel Options Brenda Jackson's Novels

Wednesday, Nov 10, 2021

The Cartel has entered into an agreement with author Brenda Jackson and writer-producer Bobby Smith Jr to option and acquire over 25 of the author's novels.
GAC Media Sets Deal with Danica McKellar

Tuesday, Oct 26, 2021

GAC Media has signed a four-picture deal with Danica McKellar.

Facebook Puts Anonymous Content on Notice

Monday, Oct 25, 2021

The production company behind a TV series based on a book about Facebook is being warned by the social media company the project is "recklessly" proceeding with development of a "false and defamatory" adaptation.
Murphy Signs Three-Picture Deal with Amazon Studios

Wednesday, Sep 22, 2021

Amazon Studios has closed a three-picture and first-look film deal with Eddie Murphy.



12/17/2021    Killer Shorts Horror Short Screenplay Competition
  Got a horror short screenplay? We want to read it. Our Top 10 finalists will be read by a jury of over a dozen literary managers, producers, filmmakers, and absolute horror legends. Prizes include guaranteed industry reads, career consultations, Final Draft 12, Shudder subscriptions, a killer trophy, increased rank on Coverfly's The Red List, and so much more. Visit our website for more information.
12/18/2021    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!
12/21/2021    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.
1/21/2022    Shore Scripts Fiction Podcast Contest
  Writing a podcast script (or even adapting your existing script for a podcast) means fewer layers between your story and a potential audience of millions. Over 100 million people in the USA listen to at least one Podcast a month and 50% of all US homes have described themselves as “podcast fans”. And what’s more, each week more Americans listen to Podcasts than have Netflix accounts! In 2021, 28% or 80 million Americans described themselves as weekly Podcast listeners. That is 10 million more weekly Podcast listeners than the 69 million Netflix account owners in the U.S.A. For writers, the beauty of the fiction podcast format is that it allows you to be increasingly free to tell the story you wish to tell, without having to factor in the kind of budgetary constraints that come with filmmaking. Many writers, including our Judges, have forged writing careers for themselves through Podcasts. Hollywood is taking notice! A number of podcasts have been adapted for television, including Homecoming, Dirty John, Limetown, Lore, and Blackout. We accept screenplay and radio-play format. Please note that we only accept completed scripts. We do not accept synopses, treatments, or bibles. TO ENTER your script, go to
4/4/2022    Scriptapalooza Fellowship
  The fellowship program was developed to honor dedicated writers and to help further their creative process and skills. Writing in itself is a journey and we would like to facilitate the process by giving the fellows the opportunity to be surrounded by like-minded professionals and individuals.
4/4/2022    Scriptapalooza Screenwriting Competition
  Since 1998 - Scriptapalooza Screenplay Competition

From choosing our judges to creating opportunities, our top priority has always been the writer. We surround ourselves with reputable and successful companies, including the many producers, literary agents, and managers who read your scripts.

Our past winners have won Emmys, been signed by agents, managers, had their scripts optioned, and even made into movies.

But the most important prize of all is this: Scriptapalooza will promote, pitch, and push the Semifinalists and higher for a full year. No other competition in the world does that.

  • Over $50,000 in prizes awarded
  • Robert McKee endorses Scriptapalooza
  • Over 90 producers reading all the entries
  • We promote the TOP 100 scripts for an entire year
  • Endorsed by Write Brothers Software




    New Regency Sets Partnership With TKO Studios


    The Cartel Options Brenda Jackson's Novels


    GAC Media Sets Deal with Danica McKellar


    Facebook Puts Anonymous Content on Notice


    Murphy Signs Three-Picture Deal with Amazon Studios


    2021 Emmy Winners Announced


    UCP Signs Elliot Page to a First-Look Deal

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