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Vail Film Festival Competition Extends Deadline

December 29, 2020
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The Vail Film Festival Screenplay Competition is a vehicle for aspiring screenwriters to get their script read by established film producers, managers, and agents who are actively working at the top level of the film industry. See more at NetworkISA.

The Vail Film Festival Screenplay Competition welcomes unproduced Feature screenplays between 60 and 140 pages in length, unproduced Short screenplays between 3 and 59 pages in length, and unproduced television screenplays between 20 and 70 pages in length. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners will have their scripts recommended by the Vail Film Festival to key decision-makers at leading entertainment companies. Vail Film Festival industry contacts include: Dreamworks, CAA, LD Entertainment, UTA, Participant, Working Title, Cold Iron Pictures, MGM, Miramax, Impossible Dream, & others. The winning Feature Screenplay will be read by Oscar nominated producer Shaun Redick and Yvette Yates of Impossible Dream Entertainment (‘Get Out’, ‘BlacKKKlansman’). The winning Television Pilot screenplay will be read by Amanda Klein, senior vice president of television at Miramax.

Late Deadline:

Jan 15, 2021

Final Deadline:

Jan 31, 2021

PRIZES

1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners will have their scripts recommended by the Vail Film Festival to key decision-makers at leading entertainment companies. Vail Film Festival industry contacts include: Dreamworks, CAA, LD Entertainment, UTA, Participant, Working Title, Cold Iron Pictures, MGM, Miramax, Impossible Dream, Identity Media, & others. The winning Feature Screenplay will be read by Oscar nominated producer Shaun Redick (Producer of ‘Get Out’, ‘BlacKKKlansman’) and Yvette Yates of Impossible Dream Entertainment. The winning Television Pilot screenplay will be read by Amanda Klein, senior vice president of television at Miramax.

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