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Winners announced

Aug 17, 2020

Scriptapalooza Screenplay & SHORTS Competition


Every script that is entered into Scriptapalooza is read by either a producer, manager or agent. We do not use readers or regular people because they cannot do anything with your script. We go right to the source - a producer, manager or agent, they can make a difference, they can option your script, buy it, set-up a meeting or go straight to the studio with it.


First Place Winner


- $10,000 Cash

- Access to over 150 producers thru Scriptapalooza's Network

- Writer's Studio from Write Brothers (Outline 4D, Movie Magic Screenwriter and Dramatica Pro)

- 1 year of International Screenwriters Association Connect Membership

- Admission to Robert McKee Story Seminar in New York or Los Angeles

- 6 month online subscription from Backstage

- InkTip Prize Package


Second Place Winner


- Access to over 150 producers thru Scriptapalooza's Network

- Writer's Studio from Write Brothers (Outline 4D, Movie Magic Screenwriter and Dramatica Pro)

- 1 year of International Screenwriters Association Connect Membership

- 6 month online subscription from Backstage

- InkTip Prize Package


Third Place Winner


- Access to over 150 producers thru Scriptapalooza's Network

- Writer's Studio from Write Brothers (Outline 4D, Movie Magic Screenwriter and Dramatica Pro)

- 1 year of International Screenwriters Association Connect Membership

- 6 month online subscription from Backstage

- InkTip Prize Package


10 Runners-Up


- Access to over 150 producers thru Scriptapalooza's Network

- Writer's Studio from Write Brothers (Outline 4D, Movie Magic Screenwriter and Dramatica Pro)

- 1 year of International Screenwriters Association Connect Membership


All 30 Finalists


- Access to over 150 producers thru Scriptapalooza's Network

- Receive Movie Magic Screenwriter and Dramatica Writer's Dreamkit from Write Brothers

- 1 year of International Screenwriters Association Connect Membership


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On March 06, 2019 Frances Spencer said:

QUESTIONS On Scriptapalooza for entering a screenplay.:

It's not clear as to whether the manuscript/screenplay must be printed out and sent to you on paper?? Might one have the option of sending it electronically, as an attachment to an email? What is your preference?

No mention of sending electronically via Film Freeway. 

Since it's anonymous, with no identification on cover page or anywhere else, does one send a separate page with one's name and contact information along with the script. (whether printed out script via email) What about a short writing resume listing past productions?

Payment: How is this done? You say, by credit card or PayPal. Again, would it be per Film Freeway or if not, then how?

I found nothing stating that the script would be sent to you by Film Freeway.

Could you please answer and clarify? I am interested in submitting but need to know the specs.

Frances Spencer

805 653-5617

Ventura, CA 93001



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Feedback Type Description

You have the opportunity to get feedback on your screenplay.
Your feedback will include a logline, a synopsis and 4-5 pages of notes.

Other competitions give you a paragraph or two, we give you 4-5 pages of feedback.

You will get detailed notes on:

- Premise
- First 20 pages
- Structure
- Characters
- Dialogue
- Setting
- Pacing
- Tone
- Transitions
- General Notes


This competition is open to any writer, 18 or older. Entering the competition constitutes permission to use the winners' names and likenesses for publicity and promotions with no additional compensation. We reserve the right to publicize and promote any and all progress, development and success of the entered scripts.


Any script from any genre will be considered.

Multiple entries are accepted, provided you fill out an application for each script.

Multiple authorship is acceptable. If the screenplay wins an award, that award will be divided among the writers, by the writers.

Screenplays must be the original work of the author.

On the cover page of your script, please DO NOT include your name or address.

We only want the title of the script on the cover page.

Scriptapalooza recommends registering your scripts with The Library of Congress.

No substitutions of new drafts or corrected pages for script entries will be accepted under any circumstances. If you wish to submit a new draft of your script you must treat it as a new entry...please fill out an application and pay the resubmission fee of $30. (writers who reach SemiFinalist status will have the opportunity to replace their script with a new draft for free)

Submit scripts in English.

Submit one copy of a 80-140 page screenplay. Do not send originals.

We now accept short screenplays (under 40 pages)

Material will not be returned under any circumstances.

Body pages must be numbered.

Scripts must be in industry standard format 12 point Courier font.

The decisions of our Judges are final and may not be disputed.

Please do not send CDs, treatments, synopses, letters or resumes. This material will not be sent to the producer reading your script.

Scriptapalooza is not responsible for submissions that are lost, stolen or damaged while in transit.


Q:What if I don't win the competition and I'm a Semifinalist only, will my script be promoted?

A:Yes, after we announce the winners we promote and pitch the Semifinalists and higher for an entire year. Here's how the process works:We literally will call and pitch the TOP 100 to all of our contacts, that's about 125 producers. They tell us what they are looking for and we go thru the list/loglines of the TOP 100 and get the right script to the right producer. It's a win/win situation.

Q:What kind of scripts win the Scriptapalooza Screenwriting Competition?

A:We have no bias in judging of the scripts. Genre or budget is not taken into consideration. It is truly about the best writing, story, etc. Winners have ranged from dramas, to comedies to psychological thrillers to high concept comedies to dark comedies to science fiction, to action adventure to romantic comedies to family films. The competition is open to any screenplay of any genre or budget.

Q:Can I submit more than one script?

A:Yes, you can submit more than one screenplay, but you must fill out separate entry forms and appropriate entry fees for each one.

Q:Do you accept short screenplays?

A:Yes, we do. They must be under 40 pages in length.

Q:Is there any added benefit if I apply during the early bird time frame?

A:Yes, it's cheaper.

Q.What if my script is optioned or sold after I have submitted to Scriptapalooza?

A.Congratulations, you won't be needing Scriptapalooza anymore.

Q:Once I've submitted, should I contact you to see if you received my script?

A:If you want confirmation that your script was received, please email us at

Q:When will I know if I won?

A:Semi-finalists will be announced in August. And the winners will be announced August 2020. All who enter will receive an email with the results.

Q:How can I find out who the winners are?

A:The winners will be posted on our website on August 17, 2020.

Q:Can I submit the same script I sent in last year?

A:Yes, but that's a personal judgment and you need to factor in the following:
were you a quarter-finalist or higher? Or, have you tightened or rewritten the script since last year?

Q: Why do I have to include an e-mail address? 

A:Because all notifications will be sent out via e-mail. This saves on postage, paper and ultimately, trees and it's quicker than snail mail.

Q:Can I see my score sheet/comments/feedback from the Judge?

A:You can order feedback when you enter the competition. Our score sheet that the Judge fills out is a numeric score sheet solely for Scriptapalooza. But if you would like to order feedback, you can, you will get a detailed 4-5 pages of notes covering Premise, First Twenty Pages, Structure, Character, Dialogue, Setting, Pacing, Tone, Transitions and General Notes. This only costs $115.

Q:When will I get my feedback that I ordered?

A:Your feedback will be emailed back to you after we announce Semifinalists.

Q:Who does the reading?

A:All the reading is done by over 90 production companies. A complete list is available under the link called OUR JUDGES.

Q:Can I submit to other competitions?

A:Yes you can.

Q:I forgot the title page, am I disqualified?

A:No, you will not be disqualified.

Q:I don't live in the US, can I enter?

A:Yes, we do accept scripts from around the world.

Q:Can I register online?

A:The application process can be done online, you would fill out an application and then attach your script to the application and pay by credit card or PayPal.

Q:How many people win?

A:Our first place prize is $10,000 and then the TOP 30 winners get software from Write Brothers.

Q:After I entered the competition, I changed my phone number or address, what do I do to let you know?

A:Please email us your name and script title with your new information, and we will update our records.

Q:If I win, do you own the script? Does Scriptapalooza own the rights?

A:No, you will retain all rights to your work. We are just a vehicle to get your script into the right hands. Once you script is sold, you keep all the profits.

Q:Does the writer maintain all the rights to the screenplay if he/she doesn't win?


Q:What genres do you accept?

A:We accept all genres.

Q:Do you accept animated films or musicals?


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