Introducing: Anytime Entry, $44 – get our feedback now, improve your project and resubmit to a future contest FREE!

Introducing: Anytime Entry, $44 – get our feedback now, improve your project and resubmit to a future contest FREE!

This Summer and Fall we’ve been holding back from running another major contest while we focus on preparing and pitching our current slate of winners – giving you more time to get your next entry right before you submit it. But now we’re giving you an even better way to get your next entry right before then!

To enter, just use the dropdown on our homepage or other pages of the website, and follow the instructions! You can make instant payment of $44 (or the equivalent in your currency) by PayPal or credit/debit card, email us your script to, and within the following days or weeks we’ll then provide you with:


  • A quick one-page summary of the strengths and weaknesses of your entry’s crucial first ten pages, judged relative to the current international market for scripts and script option agreements
  • Comments on suggested improvements to make, to give the submission the greatest possible chance of success
  • FREE resubmission to enter an upcoming WriteMovies contest, with your improved script or project!
  • Any entry which we can already see very strong market potential for, will be offered IMMEDIATE entry to the TalentScout International Management slate of projects for active pitching to industry!

Use the dropdown below to purchase Anytime Contest Entry now!

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Spring 2021 Screenwriting Contest – Winners Announced!

Spring Contest – Deadline on May 23rd!

The deadline for the WriteMovies Spring Contest is in just one week on May 23rd! Don’t forget to enter for your chance to win the Grand Prize of $3500 and more!

As the industry slowly gets back to normal, the demand for spec scripts and the potential opportunities for screenwriters in 2021 could be huge. The pandemic has changed the world and the movie industry along with it.

Back in the ‘90s, the spec script had a golden age. As reported by, there were 173 spec scripts sold in 1995, a staggering number compared to modern-day figures. We think there’s potential for these numbers to increase again because of the pandemic and the way film distribution has worked during this unstable time.

Streaming services are vital in the present day and are the most popular way that people consume films and TV shows, with services like Netflix producing their own films and releasing them exclusively on their own platforms. At the same time, major production companies were unable to put their films into cinemas during the pandemic.

As a result, these companies started releasing their movies on VoD and streaming services instead, sometimes for a higher fee. What does this mean for screenwriters? Well, with people able to easily consume new films at home without even needing to get up off the couch, there will be a constant demand for new films and scripts.

This, in turn, means that a film’s opening weekend and box-office numbers won’t be the only thing producers look at, and they’re far more likely to take risks on spec scripts because of the constant demand from streaming and VoD.

Here at WriteMovies, we make sure all our winners are in the best position possible when pitching to the industry. Click here to enter before the deadline and have a chance of winning our 2021 Spring Contest!

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