2008 Television/Movie Script Winner

Announcing the Television/Movie Script winners of the 77th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition
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Announcing the Television/Movie Script winners of the 77th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Television/Movie Script

Winner:
Charles C. Nwachukwu
Carrollton TX

  1. NicoletteVajtay
    DenverCO
  2. YaphathtoarColebrooke
    PasadenaCA
  3. JayBiederman
    Los AngelesCA
  4. K.C.Otenti
    MillvilleMA
  5. LarryBrenner
    New YorkNY
  6. DavidMThomas
    MontereyCA
  7. JamesCBurau
    White Bear LakeMN
  8. KimGerber
    CalabasasCA
  9. CassandraE.O.Winter
    PortlandOR
  10. OnaLepard
    East HelenaMT
  11. EricFriese
    San FranciscoCA
  12. DeanStewart
    SylmarCA
  13. AlDeFilippo
    West Palm BeachFL
  14. HarryWilkinson
  15. AndrewJamieson
    VancouverWA
  16. JoshuaLee
    Iowa CityIA
  17. AaronClarenceEllis
    ChinoCA
  18. CatSides
    North HollywoodCA
  19. BrianTrent
    WaterburyCT
  20. CoraKerr
    El CajonCA
  21. SteveDuncan
    Los AngelesCA
  22. P.K.Hendrickson
    RockfordIL
  23. TianEttevy
    QuincyIL
  24. JaniceSpielberger
    San AntonioTX
  25. JenniferMartin
    RosevilleCA
  26. CatSides
    North HollywoodCA
  27. OnaLepard
    East HelenaMT
  28. CarolLeeHall
    Union CityCA
  29. EdmundJ.Webb
    CoatesvillePA
  30. CarolC.Farrand
    San RafaelCA
  31. ChristopherM.Acosta
    Bay Saint LouisMS
  32. JanetRussell
    PetalumaCA
  33. LindberghCornell
    Country Club HillsIL
  34. MorganSaylorJones
    PortlandOR
  35. DonalHarding
    ArdenNC
  36. JettFarrell
  37. ScottMercer
    Los AngelesCA
  38. BrianTrent
    WaterburyCT
  39. JohnJ.Smith
    PlanoTX
  40. KathleenTully
    Kennett SquarePA
  41. TeriShort
    Patuxent RiverMD
  42. JohnL.Martins, III
    Sierra Vista AZ
  43. GeoffreySaunders
    MiddletownCT
  44. DionOwens
    ChicagoIL
  45. AmiMcCuaig
    SeattleWA
  46. La' ChrisJordan
    SeattleWA
  47. GinaLeone
    FarmingvilleNY
  48. RebeccaJ.Herring
    TustinMI
  49. JuliaDetering
    SeattleWA
  50. BraddHopkins
    Santa FeNM
  51. JoeLuca
    GlendaleCA
  52. RickDiMille
    Little ElmTX
  53. StephanieDube
    Corpus ChristiTX
  54. TylerVoss
    FallonNV
  55. C. V.Herst
    OaklandCA
  56. JohnLewis
    El SegundoCA
  57. KelleyWilson
    EdmontonABCanada
  58. JimHeher
    KirklandWA
  59. JohnStimson
    Van NuysCA
  60. DianeMurakami
    HonoluluHI
  61. KeithM.Tracy
    Punta GordaFL
  62. KarmaChristineSalvato
    Oak ParkCA
  63. JanWeeks
    Grand JunctionCO
  64. CherylRae
    AustinTX
  65. AmandaHunsucker
    King CityMO
  66. WilsonJackson
    CharlotteNC
  67. CecilRonald
    JamaicaNY
  68. B.Jas
    WaterdownONCanada
  69. RonaldSmith
    Los AngelesCA
  70. EdmundJ.Webb
    CoatesvillePA
  71. JulieHairston
    LeesburgVA
  72. Mary LouWidmer
    New OrleansLA
  73. RonaldL.Boyer
    Santa BarbaraCA
  74. KevinCarmichael
    MillisMA
  75. MichelleChiacchia
    BuffaloNY
  76. JohnMollica
    Cliffside ParkNJ
  77. MichelleChiacchia
    BuffaloNY
  78. DorisB.Gill
    Walnut CreekCA
  79. StephanieDube
    Corpus ChristiTX
  80. JustineCowan
    KensingtonMD
  81. KyleMichaelSullivan
    Los AngelesCA
  82. SarahBillington
  83. ShaneMarquardt
    NashvilleTN
  84. DavidRech
    SeattleWA
  85. ElizabethA.Stevens
    LecomptonKS
  86. XylinaRaeKinsey
    North PoleAK
  87. JohnStimson
    Van NuysCA
  88. ElizabethA.Stevens
    LecomptonKS
  89. TonjaReneeStidhum
    ChicagoIL
  90. TomLavagnino
    Los AngelesCA
  91. LisaSchnellSottile
    LebanonOR
  92. JohnLewis
    El SegundoCA
  93. CarleneWebb
    NashvilleTN
  94. LesileChoate
    LawtonOK
  95. SandiCraig
    GlendaleCA
  96. Michael D. Zungolo and Joseph J. Di Sante
  97. SandiCraig
    GlendaleCA
  98. CecilRonald
    JamaicaNY
  99. DahlynnMcKowen
    OrangevaleCA

Click on the category name below to see the top 100 winners in each area:

Grand Prize Winner
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Feature Article
Genre Short Story
Inspirational
Mainstream Fiction
Nonrhyming Poetry
Memoir/Personal Essay
Rhyming Poetry
Stageplay
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