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BlueCat Fellini Screenwriting Awards – January 20, 2011 - post author Don

BlueCat Screenwriting announces a call for entries for the BlueCat Fellini Awards.

Join the BlueCat community in January for a unique opportunity to celebrate the birthday of filmmaker Federico Fellini with the BlueCat Fellini Awards.

To honor Fellini’s uniquely creative spirit, and to provide each screenwriter a new screenwriting competition experience, during this special one-time contest, BlueCat will offer TWO ANALYSES for each screenplay. Your submission will be read by two different readers, receive two sets of detailed analyses, along with two sets of numerical scores used to judge your screenplay.

Further honoring the visionary Fellini, we are accepting Short Screenplays (5-40 pages) and Feature Screenplays (70-130 pages).

The final deadline is Fellini’s birthday, January 20th, at midnight PST.

Five winners will be chosen, with each winner receiving a MacBook Pro plus Final Draft software, or the cash equivalent. Each winner will have the option to select cash for either, or both prizes.

Finalists will be announced on April 15th, and the five winners will be awarded on May 15th. All analyses will be returned by April 1st.

Entry fee is $60.

Join BlueCat in January to share your work and honor one of the most innovative and influential filmmakers of the 20th century.


BlueCat Screenplay Competition
PO Box 2635
Hollywood, CA 90078

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