2009 Television/Movie Script Winners

Announcing the Television/Movie Script winners of the 78th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition
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Announcing the Television/Movie Script winners of the 78th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Television/Movie Script Winners

Winners:
SteveLowrey,Will Swaim
IrvineCA

  1. TomLavagnino
    Los AngelesCA
  2. AmiMcCuaig
    SeattleWA
  3. GailJenner
    EtnaCA
  4. ElizabethStahl
    San JoseCA
  5. KatieBlack
    AuburnAL
  6. JohnJeffire
    Clinton TownshipMI
  7. GinaLeone
    FarmingvilleNY
  8. SeanFallon
    MontgomeryNY
  9. Rebecca J.Herring
    TustinMI
  10. ChristianWhite
    Lake CharlesLA
  11. John MichaelMeehan
    Silver SpringMD
  12. Paul J.Magliari
    ThornwoodNY
  13. ChristianWhite
    Lake CharlesLA
  14. WilliamGilmore
    TampaFL
  15. ClydeFarnsworth
    WashingtonDC
  16. ShelleyLockwood
    ClarksvilleTN
  17. RobertEnglish
    Huntington BeachCA
  18. Michelle L. Chiacchia
    HamburgNY
  19. Carol AnnLindsay
    CarlsbadCA
  20. Heather-LouiseFerris
    GreenwoodIL
  21. NormanBradford
    TucsonAZ
  22. Heather-LouiseFerris
    GreenwoodIL
  23. DaleWhisman
    TulsaOK
  24. WilliamGilmore
    TampaFL
  25. ErikArgenti
    Los AngelesCA
  26. JocelynRish
    SummervilleSC
  27. SidSmoliga
    West LinnOR
  28. DanielMullins
    Pleasant HillOH
  29. Lucy A.Fazely
    OscodaMI
  30. JohnHart
    Oregon CityOR
  31. AllieMire
    OrefieldPA
  32. JuinCharnell
    St. PaulMN
  33. JenniferElizabeth
    North HollywoodCA
  34. DanielleGreene
    Santa BarbaraCA
  35. Michael & AndrewJaworski
    Wonder LakeIL
  36. DaleWhisman
    TulsaOK
  37. DeanStewart
    SylmarCA
  38. John MichaelMeehan
    Silver SpringMD
  39. Kyle MichelSullivan
  40. DeanStewart
    SylmarCA
  41. PaytonKane
    Highland HeightsKY
  42. Hillel F. Damron
    SacramentoCA
  43. DanTomasulo
    Sea GirtNJ
  44. SamCromartie
    Ormond BeachFL
  45. Jakki ClarkeFletcher
    MerchantvilleNJ
  46. DebraCutshaw
    GardnervilleNV
  47. TomSwinson
    Park RapidsMN
  48. MargueriteAshton
    Fort AtkinsonWI
  49. JustinPollack,April Pollack
    JamestownND
  50. RobertBrandonHenderson
    MissoulaMT
  51. JasonLohr
    MontroseCA
  52. HeatherMulvany
    RineyvilleKY
  53. Daryl MalarryDavidson
    AthensOH
  54. SamButtari
    BloomfieldNJ
  55. LisaBastian
    TemeculaCA
  56. SusanTraxel
    DodgeND
  57. KimberlyKaplan
    La CrescentaCA
  58. SandraJackson-Opoku
    ChicagoIL
  59. Silvia L. Gomez
    East PortlandOR
  60. Stephen GaryPolitowicz
    Los AngelesCA
  61. SidSmoliga
    West LinnOR
  62. Timothy P. Remp
    HudsonNH
  63. IrvingMetzman
    New YorkNY
  64. HowardRisk
    EagleCO
  65. Catherine M. Cummings
    Beverly HillsCA
  66. LelandLittle
    AnchorageAK
  67. KevinGiven,Chris Geary
    Los AngelesCA
  68. StephanieOlivieri
    BurbankCA
  69. DanaBooker
    ClevelandOH
  70. RonIannone,Ralph Brem
    MorgantownWV
  71. RickDemille
    Little ElmTX
  72. SidSmoliga
    West LinnOR
  73. LonnieBradley
    Salt Lake CityUT
  74. SeanFallon
    MontgomeryNY
  75. RonaldPetty
    OrlandCA
  76. David M.Thomas
    MontereyCA
  77. DanielMoriarty
    REYNOLDSBURGOH
  78. JohnWood
    Las VegasNV
  79. Terry WardTucker
    Folly BeachSC
  80. BarbaraGengler
    PittsburghPA
  81. Michelle L. Chiacchia
    HamburgNY
  82. AnnParis
    MassillonOH
  83. C. V.Herst
    OaklandCA
  84. SadenaCorbin
    JacksonvilleNC
  85. CoraKerr
    El CajonCA
  86. JennifferCastillo
    Manhattan BeachCA
  87. PeggyBray
    CarlsbadCA
  88. RobertNegron
    New YorkNY
  89. AlecSias
    KingwoodTX
  90. La Juana Y.Green
    New YorkNY
  91. VictoriaZakrzewski
    MeridenCT
  92. SidSmoliga
    West LinnOR
  93. WalterStafford
    MaconGA
  94. JamesKarantonis
    ColumbiaMD
  95. StephenSchwandt
    NaplesFL
  96. DanielMullins
    Pleasant HillOH
  97. MikePerry
    KippensNewfoundlandCanada
  98. Kelly A.Swan
    LondonderryNH
  99. LydiaRichardson
    ColumbusOH


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

Grand-Prize Winner
Children's/YA Fiction
Feature Article
Genre Short Story
Inspirational
Mainstream Fiction
Nonrhyming Poetry
Memoir/Personal Essay
Rhyming Poetry
Stageplay
Screenplay

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