2017 Finalists

In order to choose the Grand Prize and Honorable Mention winners for Screenplay Festival, there are three rounds to the competition. In the second round, every script is read by at least four judges and rated regardless of genre. The screenplays with the highest ratings move into the third round, or the Final Round. The scripts listed below made it through this process and deserve recognition as Screenplay Festival Finalists.

The most frequent question we get asked is, “What percentage placement does being a Finalist make me?”  This year, the Finalists represent the top 25% of entries that we receive.

We appreciate everyone’s hard work and would again like to congratulate everyone for their great writing!

2017 Finalists

Movie Script – Action / Adventure

Before You Die – Alexander James
Black Jack – Stephen Curran
Bliss – Preston Jones
Blood Runs Red – James Gilbertsen
Breakout To Mexico – David Kurtz
Code: Delete – Anthony Moore
Dead End (Mace) – Michael Buchanan
Derelict Abandon – Zachary Closs
Dollar Down – J. Michael Aiken
End of the Line – Erik V Wolter
Facsimile – Gary Makin
Leaving Town – Stephen Curran
Nauti Girls – Linda Toussaint
Para Ser Un Nino – Andrew Dailey
Patty Cage and the Spirit of the Congo – chris Herlihy
S.E.R.E. – Shadow Uprising – Tom Costabile
Starring…John Dillinger – Bill Walker
Supernetics – Nolan Bryand
The Brothers Fury – Dane McCauley
The Capitulation of California – David Lovret
The Salt Box – Robert J. Rogers
The Underground Adventures of Daniel Hutton – Maurizio Lai
Time Zero – Carlo Carere

Movie Script – Comedy

Babble On – Lisa Jacobs
Black Friday – Alex Pickens
Cornsters – Susan Boger
Heartthrob – Joe Packer
My Atari Christmas – CC Parrish
Simplest Terms – Desiree Moshayedi
Table For Four – Jim Norman
The Boning, an almost broad comedy – Hamilton Mitchell
The Dumbest Generation – Leslie Lyshkov
The Favorite Haunt – Edward Hicklin
The Gangs of Minnesota – Mark Perlick
The Memphis Mafia – Jason Williams
Things To Do Before Leaving – James Byrne

Movie Script – Drama

Akatewa – Jean-Marie MAZALEYRAT
Austin! A Love Story – Keith Carey
Before We Begin – Andrea Mason
Cell-2-Cell – Bob Canning
Clash Of Iron – Richard Reed
Shadows – Richard Geiwitz
Song of the Toadfish – David Hill
Spirit Rocks – Kevin McCarthy
Squid Jiggers – Judi Blaze
Such Times as These – Elliott Ohannes
The Doctor Will See You Now. – rory waltzer
The Foxes And The Wolves – Robert Laffin
The Good Fight – Richard Geiwitz
The Red Shoes – Tina Love
The Tent – Marcus Stricklin

Movie Script – Thriller / Horror

Can You Smell The Flowers? – Malcolm Holt
Damnation – Nicolas Caicoya
Lying Eyes – Dane McCauley
Quill – Edward Hicklin
Sect – Andrew Fitzgerald
Stateside – Brett Scieszka
Stay the Night – Christopher Courtner
The Adversary – James Hicks
The bones of Mary Elwes – Ron Mitchell
The Highway Man – James McIlwaine
Thirty Days of Red – Geraldine Solon
Treacherous – Ethan Williams
Visions In Amber – Carlos Perez
We Became Ghosts – Daniel Stine
Zero Tolerance – Robert Dorian

Television Script – Half Hour

Angie Tribeca: TriSpeca – Alex Klein
Betting On Her – Dawn Saucier-Green
Bojack Horseman: You Can’t Make Him Not Drink – Alex Newman
Brians! – Mik Paul
Family Guy: Roger That – Shaina Wottitz
Isabelle’s Sarting To Happen – Paul Haddad
Large Efficiency – Glenn Ledbetter
Out Of Brooklyn – Debi Calabro
The Big Bang Theory: Shooting Stars – Lynn Timmons
Under the Influence – Louis Tripodes
Wingdad – Eric Weber
Young Adults – Matthew Neff

Television Script – One Hour

Altered – Jocelyn osier
Dark Horizons – Carlo Carere
Drones – Anthony Alleyne
Flying Backwards – Elizabeth Gonshor
In Darkness – kevin schwartz
Insurrection – simon bowler
Quantico: Artichoke – Leslie Lyshkov
Stranger Things: f7/f2 – Ana Loes
The Red Dogs – Mark Sims
The Wedding Present – Martin Blinder
Triple – Larry Lewyn
What Darkness Brings – Ross Denyer
When the World was Square – Irwin Greenstein