2012 BlueCat Screenwriting Competition Call for Entries!
2012 BlueCat Screenplay Competition CALL FOR ENTRIES!
***Early Bird Deadline Aug 1: be eligible for the Best Screenplay Title prizes! Top
three awarded $250.
This year we will be offering two written screenplay analyses for each submission! Two
different readers will read each script, with each reader providing written script analysis.
Winner receives $10,000, with four finalists receiving $2,000 each.
Best UK screenplay $1,000.
Best screenplay from outside the USA, Canada and the UK $1,000.
Every entrant who submits by August 1st is eligible for our Title contest, where
three scripts will be awarded $250.
One writer will be awarded a live, staged reading with professional local actors at
Screenplay Live in Rochester, New York, as part of the 360|365 George Eastman
House Film Festival. The prize includes travel, hotel and a $250 stipend.
Early Bird: August 1, 2011 (Best Screenplay Title Contest)
Regular deadline is October 15th with an entry fee of $60.
Final deadline is November 15th with an entry fee of $65.
SUBMIT YOUR SCREENPLAY: http://www.bluecatscreenplay.com
Founded in 1998 by screenwriter Gordy Hoffman, the BlueCat Screenwriting
Competition continues to evolve as it enters its second decade. With an open exchange of
feedback with the screenwriter, BlueCat has developed into a large community of writers
passionately committed to writing original, unforgettable work.
BlueCat Screenplay Competition
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Their website looks good.
Hefty prizes, too.
I'm tempted to dust off my old spec script, but it was written for the silent screen and lacks dialogue.
And you had me in mind when you wrote it, right jayce? I would have made a lovely starlet...posturing here 'n there.
Actually, it's about an Old West cattle drive.... Lots of bovines.
"Lots of bovines."
Hmmm....yeah, well, I coulda played me one of them. I'm an actress, don't forget!
Take a look at their website, Jayce. You may want to send your screenplay anyway. They might like a silent film.