2015 BlueCat Screenplay Competition
DEADLINE OCTOBER 15TH
The BlueCat Screenplay Competition is nearing it’s 2015 Deadline! Every year, BlueCat provides a community for the unknown screenwriter to develop their work, giving undiscovered talent a path to professional success.
BlueCat accepts both feature length and short screenplays, and in keeping with our longstanding tradition, every screenplay will receive one written analysis, with our best screenplays receiving over $40,000 in cash prizes.
All submissions received by October 15th will receive their written analysis by November 10th. Entry Fees: $65 Features / $50 Shorts
Final Deadline is November 15th, 2015. Entry Fee $70 Features / $55 Shorts
SUBMIT YOUR SCREENPLAY: http://www.bluecatscreenplay.com/2015-call-for-entries/
BEST FEATURE SCREENPLAY
$15,000 Grand Prize
BEST SHORT SCREENPLAY
$10,000 Grand Prize
THE CORDELIA AWARD
Best Feature Screenplay from the UK
THE JOPLIN AWARD
Best Feature Screenplay from outside the USA, Canada or the UK
Recent achievements by BlueCat Alumni include:
2014 BlueCat Winner HF Crum has signed with manager Michelle Knudsen at MXN. Knudsen co-produced Jason Bateman's "Bad Words" and also represents screenwriting team Yana Gorskaya & Maia Rossini, who are currently writing a film for FOX and director Paul Feig.
Aaron Guzikowski's #1 Film "Prisoners," starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Melissa Leo, was released in September 2013. He is also the creator of "The Red Road," a Sundance Channel original series.
Young Il Kim's script, "Rodham," a 2012 Blacklist Script, recently attached director James Ponsoldt ("The Spectacular Now"). Young recently won the 2013 Alfred P. Sloan Commissioning Grant from Sundance, where he will write a biopic on Stephen Hawking.
Ana Lily Amipour's debut feature, "A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night," premiered at 2014 Sundance.
Ashleigh Powell sold her script, "SomaCell," to Warner Brothers, with David Goyer attached to produce.
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