2019 First 10 Pages Script Competition

The First 10 Pages Script Showcase recognizes exceptional feature screenplays and television scripts in any genre. Why The First 10 Pages? A writer only has the first 10 pages (sometimes less) to grab an executive, producer, manager, agent, or talent and hook them into reading the entire screenplay.

2019 WINNER


LIMBO

by Jan M. Maxwell

Genre: Fantasy / Comedy

Logline: This half-hour comedy is set in Limbo, a temporary stopover for some of the recently-deceased who have unfinished business to resolve before moving on to their final reward. 

Bio: Jan Maxwell’s writing background includes previous Los Angeles representation for a romantic comedy and a successful career writing for magazines, news services, and the internet. She currently has a romantic comedy being read by several production companies and a sci-fi radio drama under consideration. Her latest feature, a buddy comedy, was recently named a quarter-finalist in the Screencraft Family Friendly Contest.

Contact: janmaxwell1234@gmail.com


2019 OFFICIAL SELECTIONS


BLOODY MARY AVENGING ANGEL by Gia El Aynaoui

BOOMERANG THE GREAT by Ana R. Dominick

GLORY HILLS by Gordon Gamble

GROWING UP CRAZY by Jane Peters

HOMELESS by Zaric Reed

KICKED by James M. Freeman

SECOND IMPRESSIONS by Mike Anderson

SLAY THE SAUTE’ by Marcus Haugen

SOUTH OF MAIN STREET by Robert Gately

SOUTHBOUND by Guillermo Navarro

THE ENCHANTED OPAL by Alan Smith

THE LEAGUE by Calan Smith

THE NEW WINE by Matt Pinard

TROUBLE WITH FRIENDS by Karen Matthews


SUBMISSION STATISTICS


Writer Gender
Male: 69%
Female: 31%

Genre
Drama: 38%
Thriller/Mystery/Crime: 25%
Comedy: 13%
Horror: 8%
Science-Fiction/Fantasy: 7%
Action/Adventure: 5%
Sports: 4%

Submission Location
United States: 69%
Europe: 23%
South America: 5%
Australia: 3%


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