A non-profit organization committed to the development and advancement of African-American writers.
An international organization for screenwriters.
A labor union composed of the thousands of writers east of the Mississippi River who write the content for television shows, movies, news programs, documentaries, animation, and new media.
A labor union composed of the thousands of writers west of the Mississippi River who write the content for television shows, movies, news programs, documentaries, animation, and new media.
Hosted by the Tennessee Screenwriting Association.
An international competition sponsored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that seeks original screenplays from writers who have not earned more than $5,000 for film or TV scripts. Up to five ...
Founded by Hollywood producers to discover new screenplays by up-and-coming writers. Cash and prizes awards.
Annual horror film and screenplay competition. Finalists and winning horror screenplay finalists to be read by literary agents.
Feature-length screenplay contest with industry exposure and cash prizes in five categories.
An annual screenwriting contest, to find and promote talented new screenwriters; awards prizes in kind, but not in cash.
Offers cast prizes. Hundreds of production companies have requested the winners for their consideration.
Annual screenwriting competition offers a cash prizes and promotion for the best film and television scripts submitted.
Screenwriting competition offers cash and prizes for the best feature, TV pilot, and short scripts.
Indie-oriented competition aims to promote and support talented new writers.
Two separate contests for television and feature film scripts.
Offers a cash prize, representation, and possible option money, plus submission of the top three entries to studios, production companies, and agencies in Hollywood.