The World's Fastest Screenplay Contest
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It all starts with the script...and the script starts with the first 10 pages. We help writers discover the compelling "hook" that studios and producers are looking for.
All 10-page submissions are read in their entirety. Those entries at the "scores & comments" level receive a complete one-page analysis and individual scores in the principal elements of professional screenwriting, with three WINNERS ANNOUNCED AND PRIZES AWARDED EACH AND EVERY MONTH.
Many writers have trouble getting through a complete script simply because their early scenes and characters are flawed. We help you focus on the critical nature of your opening pages and give you professional "course correction."
EVERY WRITER submitting to The Wiki Screenplay Contest gets online recognition each month. All entries and writers are listed/promoted online.
Every word of every submission is read, scored, and analyzed according to the following criteria: Concept • Structure • Storyline • Characters • Dialogue • Pacing • Tone • Conflict • Emotional Response- Investment • Sales/Marketplace Potential. All Wiki judges are seasoned industry professionals looking for the best writing talent to promote and inspire.
For more than three decades we have hired, mentored, and promoted writers to active film and television careers. Let us read the first ten pages of your script--or the entire scripte--and if it "pops" we'll see that it gets into the hands of producers, agents, and industry professionals who can take it to the next level.
At The Wiki, it doesn't matter who you are or where you are. We're focused and dedicated to finding the very best writers without regard to gender, race, age, orientation, ethnicity, national origin, or citizenship. It's only about one thing: your writing.
Every 10-page entry for feedback receives a complete score sheet and one-page analysis.
Every entry receives monthly online recognition.
MONTHLY cash prizes:
Feature screenplay = $250
TV script = $150
Short script = $75
Full Script Reading & Analysis
Readings for representation by multiple Hollywood Film/TV Literary Managers (this is how careers REALLY get jump-started!)
Complete InkTip prize package (Listing your script for promotion to InkTip's network of bona fide producers looking for projects)
Script listing at SellYourScreenplay.com
Finalists (scoring in the top 5-10%% of entries) receive online identification and access to the Wiki Finalist laurel.
Screenplay contest material submitted to The Wiki Screenplay Contest is accepted via electronic submission only.
Submissions must be in PDF file format, title ONLY in the PDF file name (no FULL CAPS or quotation marks).
There is no limit to the number of screenplay, teleplay, or short film scripts you may submit.
Submitted script material must be received by midnight of each monthly deadline date and submission fee payment must accompany your material.
All entry fees are non-refundable.
Multiple entries are accepted. Submitting the same script pages for different levels of analysis is fine. In all cases, each entry or request for varying levels of analysis must be entered individually. When multiple levels of analysis are NOT entered individually, only the highest level of analysis will be provided with no refunds for other analysis services.
There is no limitation to the number of pages submitted; every page of Full Script Reading entries will be read. 10-page entry levels will be read through page 10 only with scoring based upon that reading only.
All material submitted to these screenplay contests must be original, and all rights must be wholly owned by the writer(s).
Screenplays and scripts must be submitted by the credited writer. Screenplays and scripts written by writing teams must be submitted by one of the writers, with consent of the other(s).
All writers must be credited on title page.
If a screenwriting team is chosen as a winner, prizes will be given to the screenwriter submitting the project. Each team is responsible for dividing or sharing the prize money, with no direction from The Wiki Screenplay Contest administrators, staff, or judges.
By using our service, you authorize us to use any trusted third-party online and cloud-based services and databases for hosting, managing and/or transmitting your submission file(s), including FilmFreeway.
All copyright, ownership and derivative rights to the material submitted to The Wiki Screenplay Contest remains with the original rights holders and/or author.
Plagiarized or non-original written materials will be disqualified.
Prior winning Wiki scripts may not be entered in subsequent contests.
Scores, comments, and analysis are objectively presented and intended to be illustrative, instructive, and helpful in guiding the writer along a professional path. Scores and comments are in accordance with current professional film and television industry standards. Scores, comments, and analysis returned to writers may be adjusted, edited, or revised pursuant to a "second review" only as a new entry in the same contest period.
All screenwriters, without regard to age, gender, country of origin, native language, or sexual preference at least 16 years of age are eligible.
The screenplay, television script, or short film script material submitted must be in English.
All screenplay, television script, or short film script material submitted to other competitions or contests is eligible.
There are no limitations or restrictions as to date of authorship of submitted screenplay, television script, or short film materials.
Screenplay, television script, or short film script material should be submitted in standard screenplay format, font, spacing and margins.
No limitations regarding title page content. Title and name of screenwriter and contact information on cover page is recommended.
Adaptations of source material or other literary work must be properly referenced and credited.
All screenplay, television script, or short film script material must be submitted electronically as a PDF digital file.