9TH ANNUAL SCRIPTAPALOOZA SCREENPLAY COMPETITION
Past entrant Craig Clyde sold his script to LifeTime Network and is
currently filming in
Washington. He credits Scriptapalooza for the connection.
Why should you submit your script to Scriptapalooza?
Grand Prize: $10,000
All the reading is done by 60 production companies
Entertainment Weekly Magazine calls us 'One of the Best'
We promote the top 13 winners for a full year
5 scripts in the 2006 Competition have been OPTIONED
Finalists, Semifinalists and quarterfinalists get requested consistently
The Scriptapalooza Screenwriting Competition, was founded in 1998, and has
generated heat, publicity and a reputation that demands respect.
Scriptapalooza, Inc., along with its various divisions was created to
nurture talent and create opportunities. Storytellers come from all over
the world and from all walks of life, because of the simple fact that
everyone has a story. Scriptapalooza’s goal: to seek out that storyteller
and honor their script with a grand prize of $10,000. Each year dozens of
production companies and literary representatives sign on as participants
to read our winners, resulting in many scripts being optioned, sold or
American Theatre Magazine Invites Applications for
Affiliated Writers Program
Deadline: April 30, 2007
Supported by the Jerome Foundation ( http://www.jeromefdn.org/ ), American Theatre magazine's Affiliated Writers Program for early-career arts writers is designed to foster the development of a corps of cultural journalists, feature writers, and theater critics who are knowledgeable about the field nationally; contribute to an increased public demand for serious criticism and in turn persuade editors nationwide of its importance; and work to enhance the viability of American Theatre magazine as a forum for the publication of high-quality critical writing that is national in scope.
The program is open only to writers based in Minnesota and
New York City.
The program will select two to four writers a year (with writers eligible to repeat the program). Each writer will receive an annual stipend of $3,000 in exchange for three to four articles as assigned. Travel expenses for agreed-upon projects are also covered.
Complete program information is available at the Theatre Communications Group Web site.
For additional RFPs in Journalism/Media, visit: