The Hollywood Screenplay Competition is now accepting submissions for its 2012 screenwriting competition, where the winning script will be optioned and produced into a feature film.
Screenplays in most genres will be considered: drama, comedy, action, sci-fi, horror, thriller, biopic, family, adventure, etc. (Scripts for documentaries, animation and musicals will not be accepted.) Scripts will be judged on Concept (Originality,) Plot (Storyline,) Characters, Dialogue, Structure, and Cinematic Value (Marketability.)
The competition is conducted in association with Finch Hollow Productions, the production company of producer-director Peter Bohush, who produced and directed the sci-fi/action feature “Broken Spirits,” starring Richard Epcar, Andy McPhee, Spike Spencer and anime star Cristina Vee.
Screenplays submitted to the Hollywood Screenplay Competition will be judged by the producers who will option or purchase the winning script(s), with the intention of actually making the winning script into a feature film.
Deadline for submitting screenplays is June 30, 2012. Early bird registration discounts apply until Jan. 31, 2012.
Details and rules of the competition, entry forms and tips for writers are at www.HollywoodScreenplayCompetition.com