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ScreenCraft's Cinematic Short Story Contest

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Call for Entries: Short Story Contest
Seeking short stories with cinematic adaptation potential.

Is your short story ready for a Hollywood movie adaptation? Open for entries on October 13th:

Introducing ScreenCraft's inaugural Short Story Contest!

Our literary and Hollywood judges are looking for excellent short stories with cinematic potential. Whether you write flash fiction or a novella, we want to read your story! 

  • The grand prize winner will receive $1,000 and personal introductions to agents, managers, film producers and top publishers. 
  • The 10 finalists will be read by our network of over 40 literary and entertainment industry professionals. 

All rights and ownership to stories submitted to this contest remain with the author, until and unless other agreements are made.

Rules and eligibility.

Enter Here!

The Short Story Contest jury features executives and writers from top literary companies:

  • Valerie Cates, Executive Story Editor at Random House Films
  • Diana Ossana, Academy Award-winning writer
  • Cheston Knapp, Managing Editor of Tin House Magazine
  • Emily Cooke, Senior Editor at Harper's Magazine 

Full Contest Info Here

In other news - 

Are you writing an Action / Thriller screenplay?  Don't miss this deadline: October 20!

Win mentorship from the screenwriter of DIE HARD + cash!

Featuring judges from the top action movie production companies in Hollywood!  Enter and request optional feedback for a page of in-depth analysis from one of our studio-trained readers. 

Enter Action / Thriller Screenplay Here
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