After a tough final round of judging, our Summer 2020 Screenwriting Contest comes to an end – and the winners are decided!
We know that life under lockdown is hard for a lot of people at the moment, and that can make it easy to miss a deadline. So we’re providing a 2 week extension for our Summer 2020 Writing Contest, with continued script offers around resubmissions and multiple entries!
WriteMovies founder Dr. Alexander Ross just completed 4 years of extensive research for his PhD investigating thousands of films to identify key factors that determine their success or failure. (more…)
Welcome to the thirty-third of our Creative Challenges. We’re focusing on ways to blend originality with commercial viability and production risk management in our seventh week of Creative Challenges: WriteMovies’ 100-Day Creative Challenge 33 is about the award system for films and TV shows.
You’ve got 1 week to submit to our Summer 2020 Screenwriting Contest! The final deadline of Sunday June 14th is fast approaching, so don’t miss your chance.
There are great prizes to be won, with a Grand Prize of $2000! Plus, the top three scripts in the Summer 2020 Screenwriting Contest all receive:
- A year of free script development worth up to $3200
- Guaranteed pitching to industry
- Exclusive previews of WriteMovies Academy, our unique Virtual Film School
- Exclusive prizes from InkTip
We develop our winners’ scripts to help fulfil their potential and pitch them to top-level producers and execs who can make them happen. To get your script out there at its best, this is your chance.
All our contests are designed to show you how your script currently stacks up to the competition, with up to 50+ Quarter-Finalists, 25+ Semi-Finalists, 7+ Honorable Mentions and 3 winners. Submit today if you want to find out where your project stands.
Welcome to the twenty-second of our Creative Challenges. WriteMovies’ 100-Day Creative Challenge 22 is about ways career moves for star actors.
Welcome to the twenty-first of our Creative Challenges. WriteMovies’ 100-Day Creative Challenge 21 is about ways producers can reduce the risks of their productions.