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Storyteller’s Cottage Annual Feature and Short Screenplay Contest is working to bring your stories to life. Here's how to enter the screenwriting contest.

The Storyteller’s Cottage Annual Feature and Short Screenplay Contest

Everyone has a story they want to tell. The Storyteller’s Cottage Annual Feature and Short Screenplay Contest is working to bring to life the stories of those who are brave enough to put the work down on paper. If you make the first step and enter their competition, the Storyteller’s Cottage is ready to reward you.

Those who dare to enter the first annual contest will be invited to the Script to Screen Summit on April 25th and 26th in Simsbury, Ct. The Storyteller’s Cottage Annual Feature and Short Screenplay Contest is trying to plant its roots in the screenwriting industry with this new competition. 

A chance to learn and improve

If you’re accepted into the Storyteller’s Cottage Annual Feature and Short Screenplay Contest, you’ll automatically score an invite to their Script to Screen Summit. This summit is more than just a celebration of scriptwriting. 

If you score entry, you score entry into multiple seminars to help you improve your weaknesses. Whether you’re looking to buff up your TV writing, strengthen your genre style, or just get more general tips from around the industry, there’s seminars for all types of writers. 

Getting to meet with big wigs

Along with the seminars, the summit offers writers a chance to attend Q&As and socials with some of the top talent and big wigs in the industry today. Getting your name out there is key for anyone’s success, and the Storyteller’s Cottage gets that. 

Lunches and dinners with the presenters, Q&A sessions, late night socials, no matter where you look, there’s an opportunity to socialize. You can even meet with your competitors, to try and find your next collaborator. 

 

Genre is no obstacle 

With events like the Script to Screen Summit, it’s hard for genre writers to feel comfortable, as many contests don’t always cater to people of every genre. Considering one of the experts coming to the summit is on ESPN, you can tell they want all genres to feel comfortable.

No matter what your style is, or what genre you feel comfortable in, there’s something for you to get out of the Storyteller’s Cottage Annual Feature and Short Screenplay Contest. Your script is just as likely to win over anyone else’s in the same category. 

So if you’re ready to try and grow as a writer, while get some healthy competition in, there’s still time to enter the Storyteller’s Cottage Annual Feature and Short Screenplay Contest. Entries close April 15th, so submit your work today on FilmFreeway. Make 2002 the year you become the best writer you can be.

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