Shore Scripts Contest Final Deadline 31st August

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    ShoreScripts
    Participant

    MOD NOTE: From now on, I will be blocking such advertising as spam. Explanation to follow in a reply post.

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    Shore Scripts was setup to help emerging screenwriters break into the industry.

    Enter your Feature, TV Pilot & Short scripts for the chance of having them read by:
    * 30+ Oscar, Golden Globe, EMMY & Bafta Winning Judges
    * 100 Production Companies, Agents & Managers
    * 30 Directors

    We’ve helped 50+ Writers gain Representation, Option, Sell & have their work Produced.

    * $35K in Cash & Prizes

    * Oscar Winning Alumni

    Go to https://www.shorescripts.com/ for all the information and to enter your script.

    Submissions close 31st August (Midnight PT)

    Recent Successes:
    Feature Winner Louis Ackerman’s FLESH AND BLOOD

    Shore are proud to have set up Louis Ackerman’s horror/thriller script, Flesh & Blood with Blumhouse Productions. The film is part of Hulu’s Into the Dark series and will be released in November 2018. Dermot Mulroney (Burn After Reading, Stoker) and Diana Silvers (Glass, Booksmart) star. Patrick Lussier directs the film, (My Bloody Valentine, Drive Angry). It is currently in post-production.

    Feature Winner Mrs&MrThomas’ THE ASSESSOR
    Shore Scripts set up Mrs&MrThomas’ 2016 winning feature screenplay, The Assessor, with Oscar nominated producer, Stephen Woolley (Carol, The Crying Game, Interview with the Vampire, Great Expectations) Stephen’s production company, Number 9 Films, also part of Shore’s judging panel, have been developing the script with the writers over the last 12 months. The team are currently packaging the project.

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    Rob Vargas
    Moderator

    From this point forward, until overridden by WD staff, I will consider these announcements to be advertising. And advertising is not permitted. For two reasons.

    First of all, this isn’t merely announcing the availability to fellow writers. It’s an enticement to participate. As such, it is in direct competition with Writers Digest, who provides their own contests and competitions.

    Secondly, there is no point of discussion or of information. This is, first and foremost, a discussion forum. Not an advertising venue.

    I understand that these posts have been permitted previously. And since there’s no private messaging option right now, this is open to discussion.

    I want forum participants to be aware of avenues like this. But there is a difference between information and advertising. The former is encouraged. The latter will be blocked.

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