Great Lakes Film Association Scriptwriting Competition
The Great Lakes Film Association Scriptwriting Competition has officially opened its Call for Entries and will accept submissions internationally of short and feature length screenplays, stage plays, and teleplays of all genres and niches including documentary, horror, experimental, Religious/Spiritual, animation and Gay/Lesbian for the competition.
The Great Lakes Scriptwriting Competition has achieved such great success in past years that we now are able to offer a $5,000.00 cash award to our first place winner of the competition among other prizes.
The winning script will also be forwarded to agents and industry professionals for consideration.
The annual Scriptwriting Competition is a way for new and veteran scriptwriters to possibly get the break they need.
Each year we are contacted by many agents and production companies and have launched the careers of many budding scriptwriters while giving new exposure to veteran scriptwriters.
The Great Lakes Scriptwriting Competition will accept all forms of religious, Christian, and spiritual scripts including African, African American, Gay/Lesbian, Black, Hispanic, Islamic, Latino and Native/Aboriginal from the United States and around the world.
The Great Lakes Film Association is hungry for blood, so we're pitting the best horror screenplays against each other in a fight to the death.
Our scriptwriting Competition horror categories will include Horror, Thrillers, Science Fiction, Suspense, Grindhouse Horror, Horror Documentary, and Horror Animation.
The Great Lakes Film Association is looking for the best new original hour and half-hour television pilot episodes.
Prizes for the winning script will include cash award of $5,000.00 The winning script will be forwarded to agents and industry professionals for consideration.
Top 10 finalists will:
Be given exposure to literary agencies, film studios and Hollywood producers.
Have names and contact information posted on GLFA Web site.
Included in a GLFA press release.
Posted on the GLFA Web site along with brief script synopsis and contact information.
Given further opportunities by having their scripts read by influential producers, agents and / or managers who play an active role in today’s industry.
Additional prizes will be announced as they are made available.
For more information and application, visit: Great Lakes Film Association Scriptwriting Competition Website