One In Ten Screenplay Contest

Deadline for Submissions is September 1, 2013
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oitlogobigbanner.fw_The ONE IN TEN SCREENPLAY CONTEST, the world’s largest screenplay contest dedicated to the positive portrayal of gays, lesbians, bisexuals, trangender and queer individuals in film, celebrates its 15th anniversary in 2013.  This is one of the longest running screenplay contests in Hollywood.  Entries are now being accepted online and are limited to the first 600 for 2013.  The deadline for submissions is September 1, 2013.

Executive Director, David Jensen, “We are excited to celebrate our 15th anniversary and are honored that jensenHollywood continues to support our winners.”  Jensen continues, “We have received entries from around the globe and many of our past winners have had screenplays optioned, sold and produced.”
 
The ONE IN TEN SCREENPLAY CONTEST has gained major respect and notoriety from Hollywood studios, agents and producers.  Entries for the 2013 screenplay contest are now being accepted online at:  www.OneInTenScreenplayContest.com – Writers from around the world are eligible.

Prizes for 2013 include cash, industry exposure and merchandise.  The 2013 One In Ten Screenplay Contest is sponsored by: Cherub Productions, www.iScript.com, Brainstorm Warehouse, LLC, Michael Weise

The submission deadline for 2013 ONE IN TEN SCREENPLAY CONTEST is September 1, 2013.  Entry forms are available online through the contest website:

www.OneInTenScreenplayContest.com.

Entry forms may also be obtained through the mail by sending a self addressed stamped envelope to:

CHERUB PRODUCTIONS
One In Ten Screenplay Contest
Post Office Box 540
Boulder, Colorado 80306
(303) 629-3072
www.OneInTenScreenplayContest.com
E-mail: [email protected]

One In Ten Screenplay Contest is open to all writers and offers cash awards and industry contacts to the winners. A requirement of the competition is that at least one of the primary characters in the screenplay be gay or lesbian (bisexual, transgender, questioning, and the like) and that gay and lesbian characters must be portrayed positively. All writers are encouraged to enter!

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