2011 Television/Movie Script Winners

Writer’s Digest would like to congratulate the 100 Television/Movie Script winners of the 80th Annual Writer’s Digest Writing Competition!
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Writer's Digest would like to congratulate the 100 Television/Movie Script winners of the 80th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition!

First Place Winner:

Beverly Littlejohn
Allen TX

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The Top 100

Beverly Littlejohn
Allen TX Joe Fenico
Deptford NJ Vince Feleccia
Humble TX Ian James Wakerley
Other Lee Warren Jones II
Los Angeles CA James V. Smith, Jr.
Shelby MT Wes Worthing
Boone IA Paul Donnett
Airdrie AB Michael Robert Tosta
Ste-Therese PQ Jason Lohr
Glendale CA Linda Briley Webb
Scottsdale AZ Richard H. Kenney, Jr.
Broken Arrow OK J. Thomas Dalby
Calgary Other Madeleine Hart
L'Amable ON Dominic Oliver & Kaenan Oliver & Jay Flynn
Glendale CA Rick DeMille
Little Elm TX Bob Canning
Petaluma CA Richard H. Kenney, Jr.
Broken Arrow OK Brian Smith
New York NY Sean Fallon
Montgomery NY Christopher Lovick
Los Angeles CA Adrian Crawford
Chicago IL Dean Stewart
Sylmar CA A. H. Oberholtzer
Santa Monica CA David Feeney
Hoffman Estates IL Brett McAtee
Lenexa KS Hollie Overton
West Hollywood CA Stephen Lamm
Agoura Hills CA Erik Slagle
Linden NJ Tina Quick
Winchester MA James V. Smith, Jr.
Shelby MT Giovanni Smith
Calgary AB Richard Guimond
Tiverton RI J.I. Wells & Ian Ginsburg
Cottonwood AZ Consuelo M. Ohanesian
Phoenix AZ Barry Brennessel
Silver Springs MD Stephanie A Moore
Cincinnati OH Quintin Peterson
Temple Hills MD Rashmi Singh
Brooklyn NY Joe Hinds
Florence KY Demetrios Tsoulos
New York NY Mark W. Travis
Shadow Hills CA Madeleine Hart
L'Amable ON Anne Marie Moulding
Santa Rosa CA Gretchen Givens: Linda Gregg
Martinez CA D. L. McMillan
Riverside CA Heather-Louise Ferris
Greenwood IL Heather-Louise Ferris
Greenwood IL Linda Briley Webb
Scottsdale AZ Carol Hall
Fremont CA

James A. Marzo
Williamsville NY James Daniel
Vernon Hills IL Christopher Ryan
New Milford NJ Pamela Schott
Westlake Village CA David Bazan
Corpus Christi TX Tony Macy-Perez
Brooklyn NY Lawrence W. Gold
Grass Valley CA James K. Barnard
Phoenix AZ Janice Edelman
Huntingdon Valley PA Madeleine Hart
L'Amable ON Lydia Christine Crichton
Yountvile CA Sid Smoliga
West Linn OR Valerie Del Villar
Lynn MA Salvatore Richard
Haverhill MA Ted Alan Sterns
New York NY Alonzo Peterson
Denton TX Debra K. Sutton
Shelbina MO Ryan King
Saanichton BC Lee Lennon-Costanzo
Montgomery AL Paul Alexander Clingan & Maria Paola Chironi
San Diego CA James Wolf
Eastsound WA Pamela Schott
Westlake Village CA Carol C. Farrand
San Rafael CA Mark C. Roberts
Plano TX Lee Bellavance
Moosup CT Tim O'Hara
Elk Grove CA Carol Hall Fremont CA Briley Webb
Scottsdale AZ David Feeney
Hoffman Estates IL Theodore Carl Soderberg
San Francisco CA James Jordan
Glenn Heights TX Lee Warren Jones II
Los Angeles CA August Detering
Seattle WA Louis B Spirito
Malibu CA Jean Blasiar
Pasadena CA Kimberly McCullom
Whiting IN Robert Fleisher
Atlantic City NJ Victoria and David Povall
Oceanside CA MICHAEL G. UVA
GARDENA CA Dana Booker
Cleveland OH Eric Delgado
Spring Hill FL Christopher Ian Lutz
Las Vegas NV Karen Hamer
Toledo OH Josh Lee
Iowa City IA Kenneth Wayne Tate
Compton CA Caitlin Mitchell
N. Chelmsford MA Freddie Robinson, Jr.
Pembroke Pines FL Billie Reynolds
King City OR Craig E. Burgess
Audubon NJ Barry Brennessel
Silver Springs MD

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