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Interview with Scriptapalooza’s Mark Andrushko

How has the screenwriting contest landscape changed over the last 20 years? It has changed dramatically. When we started in 1998, there were a few competitions that mattered and about 50 that didn’t. Now, they are still a few that matter and hundreds that don’t. I feel it’s difficult for new writers to navigate through […]

Scriptapalooza Announces 14th Annual Screenwriting Competition – First Place Winner To Receive Ten Thousand Dollars

Company Celebrates 14 Years of Connecting Aspiring Screenwriters with Leading Entertainment Executives including Hollywood Producers and Literary Agents Los Angeles – Scriptapalooza today announces its 14th annual Screenplay Competition to continue its mission in providing unparalleled creative opportunities for aspiring screenwriters in the fiercely competitive entertainment industry. Writers will be able to submit their screenplays […]

Submission Fees And Chokeholds: Are Script Contests Worth The Hassle?

While I am no stranger to screenwriting, I am new to the concept of the spec script. In the past, everything I’ve written was then filmed by myself with a budget linked directly to my wallet. I recently completed two screenplays with the hopes of selling them. One is a raunchy comedy about a new […]

Scriptapalooza Announces 13th Annual Screenwriting Competition First Place Winner To Receive Ten Thousand Dollars

Company Celebrates 13 Years of Connecting Aspiring Screenwriters with Leading Entertainment Executives including Hollywood Producers and Literary Agents LOS ANGELES, CA (October 6, 2010) Scriptapalooza today announces its 13th Annual Screenplay Competition to continue its mission in providing unparalleled creative opportunities for aspiring screenwriters in the fiercely competitive entertainment industry. From now until the April […]