Here’s why Script Summit is our Screenwriters Prize of the Day
Script Summit promises to be one of the most important events of the year for screenwriters. WeFixYourScript.com has been instrumental in working with independent screenwriters as they make their dreams of screenwriting a reality.
Screenwriters who participate in the Script Summit Screenplay Competition will have the opportunity to build a network with some of the top talents in the industry. Script Summit will also offer in-depth seminars taught by professionals to deepen your knowledge and power in the screenplay development process and gain insight from Q&A panels.
Even better? Participants will have the chance to experience the next steps of the script’s process, with table reads performed by professional actors, and hundreds of film screenings – all included in the entry fee.
Your hard work can earn you cash
In addition to the plethora of opportunities, screenwriters experience just by attending Script Summit, the winner of the Script Summit Screenplay Competition will receive major prizes. Script Summit didn’t just stop at a great cash first prize ($1,000) and a contract with a Hollywood Talent Manager.
The winners of Best Feature, TV pilot, Short, and Web Series will win screenwriting software from WriterDuet! That’s not all! Their top 6 winners will receive an InkTip Script Listing and have their logline featured in InkTip Magazine so they can promote themselves and their scripts to InkTip’s entire network of producers, managers, and agents. InkTip Magazine is sent to over 15,000 producers and representatives.
In fact, the career-making prizes don’t stop there. One writer will win a contract with a Hollywood Talent Manager. Script Summit partnered with Krista Keller Talent and they will select one screenwriter will have their work sent out and represented to industry pros.
All winners are announced at the Script Summit Screenplay Competition Awards Show on September 13th, 2020, and is free to attend!
How to Enter the Script Summit Screenplay Competition
Script Summit is currently accepting written submissions for features, shorts, web-series, television pilots, synopsis, treatments, and pitch decks. Golden age submissions for feature and television scripts are optional for writers over the age of 55.
All genres are welcome. Multiple Genres will be awarded. Only the three top best in show awards are cash prizes. All other winners will receive a physical award at the awards dinner.
One copy of an original feature film screenplay uploaded as a PDF file will be accepted, and entrants can submit their script either through Coverfly or FilmFreeway. Regular submissions are accepted until March 14, 2020, and late submissions are accepted until May 16, 2020, for those who need a little extra time, the extended submission deadline is July 18, 2020.
Why Script Summit is a can’t-miss event
Don’t just take our word for it, past participants in the Script Summit Screenplay competition have lots to say about why this is the event you want to attend as an aspiring screenwriter.
Take Christopher O’Bryant’s feedback, “What a great festival! In addition to the event itself, they offer support, direct contact, and cool extras— But most of all this event supports the writing community from start to finish (and even beyond). Don’t miss out on your chance to be a part of this!”
Kristy Leigh Lussier was even more emphatic, “Every screenwriter looking to network, learn, and grow must attend Script Summit!!! I can’t even begin to describe how great the event was this year. The community of writers is fantastic, you really build good connections/relationships and you also learn a ton of new information with each day of participation.
“Worth every penny and attendance is so crucial to get the full benefit. The Summit team works so hard and puts in hours of effort to bring together some great learning content, and they take the time to stop and talk to each/every writer there. There are screenwriting contests, and then there is Script Summit, which is above & beyond anything an aspiring screenwriter can get elsewhere. Submit for next year and go to the Summit. It will not disappoint!!”
Jeff Naparstek also shared his feelings on Script Summit’s value, “Incorporated into the festival was a series of seminars covering topics like what to do after finishing your script, a logline lab, techniques to improve pitching, beefing up scenes to improve your script, selected scene table reads and analyses [from some of the entries], and even a seminar on writing for interactive games. It was one of the best festivals I’ve ever attended. All of the people associated with it were extremely knowledgeable and supportive of writers.”
Screenwriters know the value of constructive feedback and community think tanks, which are just some of what Script Summit’s offerings. To keep up with all of the Script Summit news, follow Script Summit on Facebook or Twitter.