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National Screenplay Showdown

National Screenplay Showdown

Deadline Entry Fee
July 15, 2004 $35
Award:  Cash and prizes over $2000
Other Awards/Prizes:  Consideration by top agencies
Bridging the distance between the Hollywood film industry and the best new screenwriters across the country, the Nashville Screenwriters Conference announces its first Screenplay Showdown. After six years of presenting the best writers and filmmakers in the entertainment industry at the Nashville Screenwriters Conference, the non-profit organization has teamed up with Ed Rugoff from the prestigious Chesterfield Writer’s Film Project to give aspiring screenwriters an opportunity to take their work to Hollywood. The Showdown evaluates screenplays solely on the basis of story-telling ability, meaning that all genres have the same chance of winning. Submission will be judged in two categories and each category has three finalists. The first category includes all genres; the second celebrates the union of the creative communities of music and film. 
Notification Date:  September 15, 2004
Eligibility: U.S. residents 18 and over.
Rules:   Please submit only one screenplay per application. Writers may submit more than one screenplay, but each script must be accompanied by a separate application form and entry fee.
Web Address: http://www.nashscreen.com
Contact & E-mail: Ed Rugoff
Contact Title: Director
Organization: Screenplay Showdown
1158 26th St.
PMB 568
Santa Monica, CA 90403
United States
Phone: 310.260.6114
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