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The competition is heating up as we announce the Semi-Finalists for our Summer 2020 Screenwriting Contest, taking us a step closer to finding out who the winner is!

A big congratulations to all of our Semi-Finalists – we’ve been really impressed by the quality we’ve seen and the competition has been tough this time around! Our results are structured to give you an idea of where your work stands in comparison to others, and all the scripts here show great potential.

With so much quality on show, any Quarter-Finalists who didn’t make it shouldn’t be disappointed – and it’s not the end of the road! Our Fall 2020 Screenwriting Contest is now OPEN for submissions, with FREE entry for anyone who also submits to our Horror Award!

You can also get free entry to the contest – and then a free resubmission of a new draft of the same script – if you buy one of our script reports, with Studio Coverage for $99 and Development Notes for $149. Get the feedback you need to improve your work and take it even further next time around.

You can also take your skills to the next level with our film courses at WriteMovies Academy, giving you the chance to learn from our founder Dr. Alex Ross about what makes a film succeed or fail. Nobody is better qualified!

So here you go: the WriteMovies Summer 2020 Screenwriting Contest Semi-Finalists!

Semi-Finalists  
ALBATROS, Urs Aebersold THE HONEYPOT, Rodney Lawrence Bernardo THE LIEUTENANT NUN, Matthew Bernstein and Eva Mendieta
LES CORPS FLOTTANTS, Jerome Bon THE COBRA’S REVENGE, Christian Bourgeois FORGER, Simon Bowler
HIGHER, Samantha Brennan EVIL FACES, Chris Doukakis and T.J. Doukakis STORIES I TOLD MY FATHER, William Jody Ebert
BRUNCH AT BARNEY’S, Montgomery C. Floyd COURT ORDER, Raynard Goodman POST GREAT, Adam Stuart Hersh
SPRING-HEELED JACK, Nicholas Horwood LANCELOT RISING, Nicholas Horwood THE FITTEST MAN ON EARTH, Nicholas Horwood
FAMILY REMAINS, Bill Johnston THE KRAKEN, Pascal Kulcsar THE SAX, Pascal Kulcsar
LONELY PLANET, Karl Mather THE DEVIL’S TIDE, John McCoy THE HOTEL PALMYRA, John Montgomery
SAGITTARIUS A, Eddie Moton ITER APOLCALYPSE, Jean-Francois Ovoide QUICK SHOT, Jason Peralta
ARMADILLO ONE, Duncan B. Putney THE FLOATING WORLD, Michael Rhodes BLOODLETTERS, Tom Sime and Greg Derasmo
THE BOY ON THE COVER, Elizabeth Savage Sullivan AN AUDIENCE FOR EINSTEIN, Mark Wakely PARALLEL PROPOSALS, Andrea Zastrow

Winners and Honorable Mentions will be announced on August 14th.

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