Screenplay Contest Frequently
Asked Questions

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Absolutely! You can enter your script as many times as possible. Each submission will stand alone in the contest and compete against all other drafts. The draft that scores the highest will continue into the elimination rounds of the competition (Quarter Finals, Semi Finals, etc).

Yes, you may enter as many scripts as you’d like.

Yes, you can enter as long as you didn’t win the Miami Screenplay Awards in the past.

The dates, deadlines, and fees are located on the top of the Feature, TV, and Short submission page.

Standard Entry feedback is complimentary with each submission and is a half-page reaction to your script. Full Analysis is an in-depth analysis of your material based on all the elements that constitute a screenplay and is usually between 3-6 pages in length.

No. We only accept credit card or paypal.

Yes, we accept competitions from all over the world.

Though we love to meet with winners, living domestically is not a requirement. Adequate arrangements can be made for the transfer of funds.

No, but it’s suggested that you provide a concise log-line because it helps give context to the read.

We will send an email to ever writer in the contest, with frequent updates after the contest is closed.

All genres are welcome.

Yes, but the writer must own the rights.

A title page or cover page is the industry standard and recommended, but not required to enter the screenplay contest and does not impact your score or feedback.

Every script gets feedback as part of the entry fee.