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BlueCat Screenwriting Deadline March 1

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2010 BlueCat Screenplay Competition DEADLINE March 1st EVERY SCREENPLAY RECEIVES WRITTEN SCRIPT ANALYSIS Winner receives $10,000 Four Finalists receive $1500 each. The best screenplay from the UK will receive $2500. The best screenplay from outside the USA, Canada, and the UK will receive $2500 SUBMIT YOUR SCREENPLAY: http://www.bluecatscreenplay.com­ DEADLINE: March 1, 2010 with an entry fee of $50. LATE: April 1, 2010 with an entry fee of $60. Any screenplay submitted early and having received our early analysis can be resubmitted by April 1, 2010 for the reduced fee of $35. SAMPLE SCRIPT ANALYSIS: http://www.bluecatscreenplay.com/script_analysi­s JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: http://www.bluecatscreenplay.com/join_newsletter­ Since 1998, we have built a large community of writers passionately committed to writing original, unforgettable work. Join our community for industry interviews, screenwriting advice articles and videos, and competition notifications. SCREENWRITING TIPS VIDEOS: http://www.youtube.com/user/bluecatscreenplay­ PAST WINNER SUCCESS: Ana Lily Amirpour 2007 BlueCat Grand Prize Winner - The Stones *Participant for 2009 Tribeca All Access *Recipient of first annual Adrienne Shelly Screenwriting Award and Fellowship *Ana Lily has been invited to attend the BERLINALE TALENT CAMPUS #8 in Berlin (selected from over 4700 applicants from 128 countries) *Recently signed with CAA Andy Pagana and Justin Thomas 2004 BlueCat Grand Prize Winner - Man in the Rearview Mirror *2004 Nicholl Fellowship Semi Finalist *Winner in the 2006 Austin Film Festival Heart of Film Screenplay Competition *Under option with Shirley MacLaine and Emmy-nominated director Michael Rhymer attached Andy Stock and Rick Stempson 2005 BlueCat Winner – Balls Out: The Gary Houseman Story *Starred Sean William Scott and was released by Sony in early 2008 *Second produced screenplay released last year—The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard, was directed by Neal Brennan, and starred Jeremy Piven Lance Hammer 2004 BlueCat Finalist – The Imperfect Cell *Wrote, directed, edited, and distributed Ballast, which premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. Lance won the Directing Award, and Ballast was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize. *Ballast was nominated for 2009 Independent Spirit Award and Best Film at the 2008 Gotham Awards, where Lance won the Breakthrough Director Award. Aaron Guzikowski 2005 BlueCat Finalist - Panacea *Signed with Endeavor with his screenplay Prisoners *Set to direct Mark Wahlberg in a remake of the acclaimed Icelandic thriller, Reykjavik-Rotterdam Ryan David Jahn 2005 BlueCat Finalist – The Break-In *Recently released a novel entitled Acts of Violence *Ryan has turned his BlueCat Finalist The Break-In, into a novel to be released in July as Low Life BlueCat Screenplay Competition PO Box 2635 Los Angeles, CA 90078 Email: info @ bluecatscreenplay.com Website: http://www.bluecatscreenplay.com­ Twitter: https://twitter.com/B...­ Facebook: http://facebook.com/pages/BlueCat-Screenplay-Competiton/140069287677­
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