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  1. Aug 10, 2022 · Shore Scripts TV Pilot Contest Final: 08/31/2022 WSPro Discount: No. Shore Scripts Feature Screenplay Contest Final: 08/31/2022 WSPro Discount: No. Your Script Produced! Studios : Season 3 Final Deadline: 08/31/2022 WSPro Discount: No. Circa Historical Screenplay Competition Extended: 08/31/2022 WSPro Discount: No

  2. Feb 08, 2022 · Contest prizes. • The Grand Prize Winner will receive $5,000. All scripts submitted (Features, Pilots and Shorts) are eligible. • The Feature Screenplay Winner will receive $2,000. • The Pilot Winner will receive $2,000. • The Short Script Winner will receive $2,000.

  3. www.moviebytes.com › horror-screenplay-contestsHorror Screenplay Contests

    Awards Ceremony at a Film Festival! Screenplay Festival winners get that rarest of experiences for a writer; applause from an audience. Our winners get to come out from behind the keyboard and be celebrated! Now Accepting Television Scripts! The writers spoke, and we listened. We have now added four categories to our contest for television scripts.

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  5. Shore Scripts are looking to hire new voices to write a series of articles on screenwriting, filmmaking, and TV. If you're interested in contributing to the Short Scripts story please send your resume and links to previously published articles to jobs@shorescripts.com by midnight on Wednesday, April 20th PT.

  6. TV Guide writer Matt Roush praised Hale's performance as "intense", and favoured the drama, labelling it as "fun", and on a one to ten scale, ranking it at seven. [69] The White Queen was nominated three times at the 71st Golden Globe Awards , with acting nominations for Ferguson and McTeer and an overall nomination for the miniseries in the ...

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