Creative Screenwriting's AAA Screenwriting Contest

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Hey, screenwriters--

Just wanted to let you all know that Creative Screenwriting's AAA Screenwriting Contest is open for business! Creative Screenwriting is easily one of the most top-notch, respected screenwriting magazines out there (and for what it's worth-- I am not being paid to write this... I truly just think they do a good job), and the AAA (Access, Acclaim, Achievement) offers some terrific prizes. The first deadline is APRIL 15, 2008. To learn more about it, click HERE, but here's a list of their prizes...

ACCESS

The winning script and synopses for the top ten screenplays have been requested by the following companies:

BenderSpink David Foster Productions The Donners Company Endeavor Agency Escape Artists The Gersh Agency Hofflund/Polone Management ICM New Line Cinema

Paradigm Radar Pictures The Radmin Co. The Robert Evans Co. Spring Creek Pictures VH1 Weintraub/Kuhn Productions Winkler Films Zide/Perry

Plus over 330 additional agents,
managers, and
development executives. For an updated and complete list of companies,
please click here. There
is no better way to introduce your screenplay to the top echelon of the
entertainment industry than by winning the AAA Contest.

ACCLAIM

The winner of the AAA
contest
will be profiled in Creative Screenwriting
magazine and the names of the top ten finalists will be published in CS
Weekly
. Finalists and their screenplays will also be
publicized in press releases and ads placed in industry publications,
and in Facebook.

ACHIEVEMENT

You
have put the work into crafting an extraordinary screenplay. Now it is
time to reap the rewards of your effort.

PRIZES


SUZANNE'S PRIZE--BEST LOVE STORY OF 2008: $4,502 in cash and prizes:

$2,500
cash

Regular
pass to 2008 Screenwriting Expo ($149 value)

Five free Expo pitch tickets ($125 value, plus selection priority)

One free year of Hollywoodbyphone ($564 value)

Free Truby Blockbuster software ($295 value)

 •

Full
set of Creative Screenwriting educational DVDs ($750 value)

Free Truby Love Story software ($95 value)

 •

Free
one-year subscription to Creative Screenwriting Magazine ($25 value)

• •

The winning script will be sent to producers, agents, and managers
who
have asked to see this Special Jury Prize winner. The synopsis
and
logline will be sent to over 300 agents, managers, and development executives who
have requested it.

Entrants will receive an e-mail with information on these gifts when
the contest
announces semifinalists.

Career Advancement

In
addition to the above prizes, winning or placing in a high-profile
screenwriting contest can open significant doors for your career in
Hollywood. The AAA Contest and Creative Screenwriting
will do everything possible to promote our winners and finalists to the
industry.

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