LOS ANGELES SCREENPLAY COMPETITION
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The Los Angeles Screenplay Competition Awards Ceremony will take place Wednesday, August 13, 2014 in Los Angeles, CA
On Wednesday, August 13, 1st-5th Place Feature Screenplay Winners, 1st Place Short Screenplay Winner and 1st Place Teleplay Winner will be announced in front of a live audience in Los Angeles, CA.

LA SCREENPLAY COMPETITION FINALISTS, September 2013

1st Place Screenplay:  "Ludlow", written by Bradd Hopkins

2nd Place Screenplay: "Lots of Luck in the Valley", written by Manuel Ruiz

3rd Place Screenplay: “Gringo,” written by Michael Arnow

3rd Place Screenplay (Tie): “The Poison Rose,” written by Richard Salvatore

4th Place Screenplay: "Handicapped Space", written by Clinton Braly and Jim Braly

5th Place Screenplay:  "The Sizzling Steg", written by Lane Bristow

5th Place Screenplay (Tie): “The Tapestry,” written by Steven Prowse

Best Teleplay: “Vigilante,” written by Ophir Gottlieb




LA Screenplay

Semi-Finalists, September 2013

The Los Angeles Screenplay Competition Awards Ceremony will take place Wednesday, September 18th 2013 in Los Angeles, CA.  

1st-5th Place Screenplay Winners and the 1st Place Teleplay Winner will be announced in front of a live audience in Los Angeles, CA.

Date: Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

Venue: Confidential – Beverly Hills

Address: 424 N. Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Time: 8pm-11pm; Screenplay Award Winners Announced at 9pm

21 and over. ID required.

Dress code: Upscale, cocktail, business attire, no sneakers, no baggy pants, no plain white T-shirts, no baseball caps.

 

15 Screenplay Semi-Finalists

Lots of Luck in the Valley, written by Manuel Ruiz

Gringo, written by Michael Arnow

The Poison Rose, written by Richard Salvatore

The Sizzling Steg, written by Lane Bristow

Ludlow, written by Bradd Hopkins

Tobacco Roses, written by Raymond Harrison

The Tapestry, written by Steven Prowse

Narcosis, written by James Hsiao

Nobody’s Child, written by Jay S. Blumenkopf

Lost Cause, written by David J. Schroeder

Rosaries, written by Jason Pyette

The Day of the Game, written by Thomas L. Still

These Kids are Dangerous, written by James David Sullivan

Donna Rose – Queen of Hearts, written by James David Sullivan

Handicapped Space, written by Clinton Braly and Jim Braly

 

5 Teleplay Semi-Finalists

Life & Stuff: Pilot, written by Cody J. Riebe

Aspen Couture, written by Jay S. Blumenkopf

Vigilante, written by Ophir Gottlieb

Spy Game, written by Ophir Gottlieb

Bellevue, written by Michelle R. Anderson