SWN Screenplay Competition August 2020 - Results!




A huge thank you to everyone who submitted their script to the SWN August Competition!


Below are a list of the screenwriters that won and also placed in the quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals.


Keep your eyes peeled for exclusive comments and information on the winners projects.



SAVE THE DATE for our November competition (1st of November 2020).



PRIZES

 

1st Place


- Automatically Qualify for Our Annual Screenplay Competition ($1500 Award) - Your Script Listed in InkTip's Script Directory (4000+ Producers, Reps & Execs) - Production Development Consultation with an industry Producer (worth $199) - 1 Year Subscription to Final Draft Pro Screenwriting Software (worth $249.99) - A Promotion in InkTip's Magazine (15,000+ Producers, Reps & Execs) - 1 Year Membership at Screenwriter Staffing (worth $130) - The SWN Crystal Engraved Winners Trophy


2nd Place


- Automatically Qualify for Our Annual Screenplay Competition ($1500 Award) - Your Script Listed in InkTip's Script Directory (4000+ Producers, Reps & Execs) - 1 Year Subscription to Final Draft Pro Screenwriting Software (worth $249.99) - A Promotion in InkTip's Magazine (15,000+ Producers, Reps & Execs) - 1 Month Membership at Screenwriter Staffing


3rd Place


- Automatically Qualify for Our Annual Screenplay Competition ($1500 Award) - 1 Year Subscription to Final Draft Pro Screenwriting Software (worth $249.99) - 1 Month Membership at Screenwriter Staffing




SWN Screenplay Competition August Winners:



At The End Of The Road (SHORT FILM WINNER)

by Govind Chandran


Aegis (TV PILOT WINNER)

by Bree Wyrd


Yosemite (FEATURE-LENGHT WINNER)

by Daniel Talbott




SWN Screenplay Competition August Finalists:



A Kinder Sea

by Addie Johnson Talbott, Alessandra Mesa & Daniel Talbott


Blue Spice Queen

by Dean Harakas


Cassy

by Summer Knight


Contentment

by Chris Bone


Crocodile

by Christopher Holt


Desert Trip

by Luke Valdes-Rodriguez


Dorm E 301

by Michael Schenck


Funland

by Jess Friedman


Final Appeal

by John Thibault


Face Painters

by Giovanni Sanseviero


Her Boys

by Geraldine Colson


Heist

by Kevin Machate


Lemonlight

by M Rowan Meyer


The Brothers Fury

by Dane McCauley


The No. 10

by Matthew Redmond


Three Days

by Emilio Santín


The Ex-Pupils

by Nan Davies


The Moses Complex

by Jude Quintiere


The Night We Met

by Rhys Freeman


The Third Act

by Emily Banting


United

by Michelle Jacquot


Nontraditional

by Keith Higgons


Padre

by Ian Davies


Pontus

by Nicolas Diaz


Privileged

by Kira Liva


Review

by Jonathan Zarantonello


Writer's Block

by Jacob Hind




SWN Screenplay Competition August Semi-Finalists:



Addie's Place

by Lance Donald


Beyond the Triangle

by Robert Brand


Bloodline - Elisa's Story

by Mort Cohen


Coney Island

by David Toussaint


Gertie and Her Goats

by Euan Mitchell


Globes

by Erika Kathryn


Half Life

by Alex Wayward


I Just Might

by Joyce Koch


In or Out

by Nicky Denovan


J.R.'s Dilemma

by Stuart Schulz


Kelly's Town

by Jake Evans


Keep Out, Stay Out

by Erin Turner


Murphy's Law

by Zachary Kotiadis


Oh, my Leo!

by Jeff Naparstek


Room Zero

by Jason Partridge


Silent

by Ted Ryan


Spinach

by Stuart Schulz


Super Turbo Overdrive

by Peter Hsieh


The Knowledge Men

by Eric Jones


The Lapdog

by Christopher Leong


The Loser's Club

by Jonathan Turner Smith


Tollemache

by S J Bennett


Vlad the Impaler

by Alan C. Baird


Wolfe Pack

by Lindsay Heiman


Worst Critic

by Alyxandrya Prynce


Wrong Time

By Clement Fitzpatrick


Zulfi

by Tushar Sen




SWN Screenplay Competition August Quarter-Finalists:



A Promise to Sofie

by Kelly Peterson


Alcoholics Anonymous

by Flynn Mclean


Alien Of New Earth

by Mazie Chen


An Autumnal Symphony

by Seyed Ali Mosaddad


And Friend

by Mariella Donnelly


Armies Of The Dead

by Elisabeth Fountain


Beauty, The Cat

by Juliette Garrigues


Blue Chevy

by Lance Donald


Bouncer

by Clarice Fisher


Calling Cards

by Andrew Cooper


Captains Commandments

by Suman Naylor


Chase Of The Vacuum

by Clement Fitzpatrick


Contempt

by Leandro Oliveira


Demise Of The Ocean

by Jamaal Dickerson


Demolition

by Barney Higgs


Eternity Calling

by Adeel Plant


Extermination Of The Invaders

by Garin Cisneros


Fire Prophecy

by Eboni Jennings


Forgiven

by Aidy Mc


Franko

by Ava-Rose Mora


Heaven is For Quitters

by D Dawson


Hunter Of The Sun

by Keanu Carroll


Imagine

by Titan Frey


In Hate

by Andrew Carter


Jealous Ways

by Sarah Tucker


Liability

by Rita Flower


Light Always Dies

by Kitty Belanoff


Married To A Robot

by Corrie Ramsay


Medic From Outer Space

by Mahdi Bevan


Mercenaries And Strangers

by Kavan Cochran


Mitigation

by Kelly McStay


Mother Of A Nuclear War

by Kavan Cochran


Murder Of Nowhere

by Coby Brown


Officer Of Nowhere

by Jimmy Cameron


Neighbors

by Linnea Johnsson


One Way Out

by Alyxandrya Prynce


Painters Wisdom

by Fardeen Horne


Project Future Minds

by Valerie Knill


Raison D’être

by Manpreet Sloan


Ravens

by Patrick Gamble


Remorse

by Yash Noel


Rough Sea

by James Oliver


Seven Washington Place

by Larry Leinoff


Something, Somewhere

by Joshua Boshell


Stardoms Pitfall

by Padraig Whittington


Strung Tight

by Arianne Peterson


Swing

by David Toussaint


The Answering Machine

by Jeff Naparstek


The Girl and the Plant

by Aneta Gjorgoska


The Guilty Party

by Cristian Medellin


The Hidden Garden

by Sean Guerrero


The Lost Space

by Nicholas Robbins


The Meter Maid

by Arianne Peterson


The New World Order

by Valerie Mills


The One Who Got Away

by Christos Salt


The Portal

by Montell Knox


TikTok Nightmare

by Marguerite Hicks


Times Like These

by Harlan Berry


Truth

by Marek Zalewski


Underwear

by Matt Mancuso


Voluntears

by Isabell Johns


When in Rome

by Jeff Naparstek


Winds of the Great Mojave

by G. Lloyd Helm


Women Of The Past

by Ashraf Castro


Zelda The Brave

by Will Turner



Congratulations to all of you that made it on the list. The standard of scripts submitted was very high during this competition so if you didn't make it, don't beat yourself up!


It's often the case that submitters don't make into the qualifying rounds during their first competition... However, a few months later some manage to place their second time round.


If you have any questions about the SWN Screenplay Competition or screenwriting in general, please don't hesitate to get in-touch: info@screenwritersnetwork.co.uk



- SWN



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