The program’s objective is to help writers improve their craft so they may learn the skills necessary to help them achieve their goal of obtaining representation, selling or optioning their work, and/or landing a writing assignment. This program is for feature-length screenplays only.


Phase One: Two readers will evaluate your feature-length screenplays and provide written feedback analyzing structure, story development, characterization, dialogue, format, as well as overall impressions. If recommended by two readers, the script will advance to Phase Two.

Phase Two: Loglines of scripts that receive a double recommend from Phase One will be forwarded to our list of agents, managers and producers.

Please note, our readers will read your entire script and you will receive two detailed evaluations from two different readers. (All evaluations will be returned in the middle of January, 2022).

The Scriptwriters Network reserves the right to publicize the writer’s name and selected feature and/or screenplays.

**As an educational organization, SWN’s Hollywood Outreach Program’s objective is to better assist you in achieving your goals of becoming a better writer by providing positive, constructive detailed feedback/evaluations on your entire script.


Loglines and/or Scripts will be eligible to be read by industry professionals including studio executives, production companies, agents and managers based on their request from interest in the logline and genre.

Receive a one year membership or a one year membership renewal to the Scriptwriters Network (SWN).

InkTip Script Listing: A listing of your script on InkTip so that producers and reps can find you.

The top three winners will be selected to meet one-on-one with a Writer and/or Producer.

1. HOP is open to both SWN members and non-members who are 18 years of age or older.
2. Interstate and international entries are allowed.
3. All scripts must be wholly original works of the writer or writing team, unproduced and unoptioned, and, responsibly registered with the Writers Guild of America and/or the U.S. Copyright Office.
4. Electronic submissions must be posted by midnight on the entry deadline.
5. Do NOT put your name or contact information anywhere on the script or title page you submit. Personal information should ONLY be included in the entry form, so that scripts remain anonymous. Title is only allowed on the title page.
6. Please conform to standard industry feature screenplay format.
7. Multiple submissions are allowed by an entrant or writing team per session.
8. Scripts are to be in PDF format only.
9. Scripts are to be submitted in English language only.
10. Submissions that do not meet the full requirements will be disqualified.