Script Pipeline has an upcoming final deadline for two of its contests on May 1: the Screenwriting and TV Writing Competitions (http://www.scriptpipeline.com/screenwriting-competition and http://www.scriptpipeline.com/tv-writing-competition). The entry fee's $50 for both contests. Prizes include $20,000 cash and direct circulation to companies in Script Pipeline's industry network.
Previous finalist Evan Daugherty sold Snow White and the Huntsman for 7-figures after entering this contest, and now he's adapting Midnight, Mass. for NBC and has rewrote Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for Michael Bay and Paramount. Good stuff.
Also, Script Pipeline has a final deadline for its Great Idea Contests on June 15. The entry fee is $35. For more information, visit http://www.scriptpipeline.com/greatmovieideacontest and http://www.scriptpipeline.com/greattvshowideacontest.
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