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Winners Announced

Feb 15, 2015

Comedy Screenplay Contest


To promote any comedy themed screenplays and expose winners to industry professionals. * Cash prizes. * Endorsed by * Entries received from around the world * Winners receive industry contacts. * Many of our winners and finalists have gained industry representation, have had their script optioned or sold!


$500 Cash prize and submission to agents, managers and studios.

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International Screenwriters' Association

We are squarely focused on supporting emerging screenwriters in their professional growth by providing nearly every tool and resource available in the industry. It's our express goal to support writers of any level or background, who are proactive in developing their careers and are willing to learn from the insights and expertise of our community members. Screenwriting takes perseverance. The harder you work, the better this site will work for you.

  • ISA Introductory Feedback: (1-2 pages of notes): $30
  • ISA General Feedback: (2-3 pages of notes): $55
  • ISA Extensive Feedback: (5-6 pages of notes): $125

Feedback Type Description

ISA Introductory Feedback (1-2 Pages)

So much of the opportunity available to your script is spent within the first twenty pages. You need to make sure the hook, teaser, cold open… grabs the reader and presents you like it should. This analysis will give you those answers.

ISA General Feedback (2-3 Pages)

You know your work inside and out, now it’s time to get a second opinion. We’ll read your full script, and you’ll receive a detailed personalized critique on what we see, what we think, and suggestions on where to go next.

ISA Extended Feedback (5-6 Pages)

For those looking for an extensive breakdown of the inner-workings of their creative material. Writers who select this Analysis will receive suggestions on how to improve overall writing, story, structure, characters, pacing, stakes, climax and resolution, specific problem scenes, tone and overall commercial appeal.


  1. Screenplays must not have been previously optioned, produced, or purchased prior to December 15, 2014.
  2. Screenplays must be original work of applicant(s).
  3. Winning screenplay submissions written by 2 or more writers require all awards to be divided equally among the writers.
  4. Screenplays must be in English.
  5. Multiple submissions are accepted but each submission requires a separate entry form and separate fee.
  6. Screenplays must be between 85 - 125 pages.
  7. Cherub Productions is not responsible for screenplays lost, stolen, or lost in shipping.
  8. Judges decisions are final.
  9. Entry must be postmarked by Decemember 31, 2014.
  10. Each submission must be accompanied with a $35.00 (US) submission fee** (Payable to: Cherub Productions, Comedy Screenplay Contest).

**Entrants Outside of the United States Please submit $40.00 (US) in cash or an international money order drawn on a US Bank. Entry fees not drawn on a US Bank are subject to a $25.00 (US) bank processing fee.


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White Girl Crazy (Video) Parody written by Omar Dyer

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Wendy Wilkins\' Feature Comedy Script WHERE THE MEN ARE wins 3rd place

After a year of making the quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals of over ten contests, Wendy Wilkins' feature comedy script, Where The Men Are wins 3rd place in the 2014 Comedy Screenplay Contest as well as is a top-10 finalist in...
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COFFINS & CHRYSANTHEMUMS is a pending Quarter-finalist at Screencraft!

2014 Screencraft Comedy:  COFFINS & CHRYSANTHEMUMS is a pending Quarter-finalist at Screencraft Comedy.  I expect it to do well.
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