Shoreline Scripts aims to discover new screenwriting talent from around the world with its with its 2012 Screenwriting Competition. They hope to put the best feature scripts into the hands of the producers and companies that have the means to get them made.
Entry Fee: £25 ($38approx) Early Deadline. The competition starts on 1st Jan 2012 and closes 18th May 2012. There are quite a few prizes which are listed on their prize page.
Shoreline Scripts is open to anyone, anywhere in the world! For more information, visit their FAQ page.
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Today we’re pleased to announce the winner of the fourth weekly “Writing Exercise with a Twist” here at Indies Unlimited.
The winning entry is rewarded with a special feature here today (a prize of inestimable value), and a place in our collection of winners which will be published as an e-book at year end.
It was a very tight competition this week, with the 11 entrants receiving a total of 86 votes. With 17% of those, the winner is: Contestant #11– Sandra Campbell.
Congratulations to Sandra, and thanks to everyone who participated – excellent entries! Now, without further ado, (cue fireworks) here’s the winning entry by Sandra Campbell. Continue reading “Week 4 IU W.E. Contest Winner”
One of the noble goals here at Indies Unlimited is to help other writers along this dark and winding road of putting words down on paper. (Okay, I know. Only six people still write by hand, but bear with me). And of course after that, we’re all hoping to sell those words to the legions of eager readers who have been waiting their whole lives to partake of our literary mastery and storytelling prowess, whether they know it or not (they don’t).
Here at IU, and in every other place writers gather for that matter, that help is rendered in large part by giving advice. Most often, unsolicited advice. And that’s great, as we are all at different points along our writing road, and nobody has been doing this whole Indie/Digital publishing thing for more than a handful of years. Everybody has some experience they are willing (and sometimes falling over themselves) to share. If you can count on nothing else as a writer, you can be sure that somebody out there is going to tell you how they do this most individual and internal process of creation, and why you should do it their way, too. Continue reading “Ed’s Casual Friday: 10 Writing Commandments”