UPDATE on ISA Presents: A CONVERSATION ON SCREENWRITING CONTESTS

On May 29, 2020, ISA hosted a conversation with  with contest admins from the Austin Film Festival, Final Draft Big Break Screenwriting Contest, Cinequest, Great American Script Contest, HollyShorts and ISA about what makes a good contest script, how to rise up in the ranks of contests and how to pick the right ones for you.

For those of you who didn’t get a chance to attend the event live (or for those of you who want to listen again), don’t worry! You can watch a recording of the event here: https://www.networkisa.org/protips/view/isapresentsaconversationaboutscreenplaycontests

And, if you weren’t one of the 5 attendees won a copy of my book Screenplay Competitions, my publisher is offering 50% when you use coupon code: ISA50

You can find the book here: https://www.bluestockingpress.com/screenplay-competitions.htm

Happy listening and happy reading!


Screenplay Competitions book front cover

Screenplay Competitions has received endorsements from Dave Trottier (author, The Screenwriter’s Bible, www.keepwriting.com), Professor Richard Walter (former Screenwriting Area Head, Associate and Interim Dean UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television), Professor of Film John Bernstein (Boston University, College of Communication), Matt Dy (former Director of Script Competitions at Austin Film Festival), Professor Harry M. Cheney (Chapman University Dodge College of Film and Media Arts), script editor Lucy V. Hay (www.bang2write.com), and Emmy-wining writer Ken Levine (Hollywood and Levine).

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