Next Contest Deadlines

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Next Deadline:
November 3
Entry fee: $35

 

Enter with PayPal

Screenplay title
Writer(s)


If you experience any technical issues or error messages, don't panic. Simply contact our support team and we'll be glad to help you through your submission process within 24 hours. Unfortunately, this happens on occasion but we will do our best to make sure your entry is received as soon as possible.

What you'll need for entry with PayPal:

As part of the entry process, please have the following ready:

  • Your logline (a short, concise summary of your script's story.)
    If your script is chosen as a finalist, this logline will be sent to industry professionals for consideration so this is your chance to make a good first impression.
  • Your full feature screenplay (80-130 pages) in PDF format
    Maximum filesize: 5MB.
    (If you need help generating a PDF from your script, please consult your screenwriting software support and documentation. If your script is scanned from a printed copy, there's a good chance it ended up larger than our 5MB file size limit, so please contact us to arrange for a manual entry.)

IMPORTANT: Once your payment has been submitted, please wait or follow the prompts to continue back to the contest website. You will then be able to enter your full logline and upload your script in PDF. (If we've received the fee but a technical issue prevented you from submitting your script and logline, we will contact you at the email address used for your PayPal. Please check your SPAM/Junk box in case our email is mistaken for unsolicited advertising.)



By entering the Breaking Walls Thriller Screenplay contest, the submitter hereby acknowledges that he/she has read, understood, and accepted all of the rules and conditions as outlined on the competition rules page.

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