Announcing the 6th Annual ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship Top 50 Finalists

By June 19, 2019Blog, Contests, Featured, Fellowship

Listed below are the 50 finalists of the 6th annual ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship, selected from roughly 2,500 applications. Congratulations to these talented finalists and thanks to all for submitting this year. It was an especially competitive year, with a record number of applicants and exceptional writing samples. We look forward to discovering this year’s recipients!

Up to four emerging TV or film screenwriters will receive the ScreenCraft Fellowship, which includes an all-expenses-paid trip to Los Angeles, lodging at the historic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, and a week of meetings, mentorship and personal introductions to studio executives, literary agents, managers and producers including Warner Bros., Universal, 20th Century Fox, and more.

Stay tuned for the upcoming announcement of the top 10 finalists and grand prize winners on July 10th, here and on our Twitter and Facebook pages! And if you’d like to receive a notification when this contest re-opens for entries for the 2020 season, you can subscribe for updates via Coverfly here.

Here are the Top 50 finalists:

(No) Sex Required Mexi Gremillion
A Girl I Used to Know Maria Edible
A Man’s Castle Joseph Whaley
Albatross Gardens Lee Whitten
American Justice Monique Peek
Bad Jew Adi Blotman
Beanstalk Aarthi Ramanathan
Big Kids Ella Gabriel
C U Next Tuesday Kimberley Gonsalves & Michele Yeo
Chicago Overcoat Abby LaMarre
Concrete Jungle David Kushner
Critical Mass Tom Radovich
Dark Horizons Carlo & Erin Carere
Disorderly Martin Ingle
Elsa Miller’s Monster Manual Brian Otting
Fernando Adam Lujan
Ferocity Kevin Bachar
Finding Cumberbatch Ivan Tsang
Flying High Janine DeMaria
Group Josh Sullivan
Guts n’ Glory Kat Sieniuc
I’m Not Okay (I Promise) Annie Nishida
Joppatowne Michael Mirabella
Kiss & Makeup Liz Thompson
Mother Tongue Ann Rosen
Newsers Jennifer Kim
On Probation Sergio Cámara
Orientation Rebecca Jordan Smith
Pacific Standard Time Alex Calleros
parts Craig Page
Peculiar Animals Obiageli Odimegwu
Queenside Federico Manachino & Jessica Romagnoli
Roomies Gareth Wronski
Second Helpings James Gulian
She can fly too Ushmey Chakraborty
Shoshanna Justin Olstein
Sophie & Valentina Lucy Luna
Student Visa Paul Chang
Terminal Kate Gleason
The Bronte Girls Caroline Kelly Franklin
The Christmas Eve Party Menelek Lumumba
The Dance of the Bull Alex Hodgson
The Danger Inside Tyler Rabinowitz
The Divinity Cycle Nelson Downend
The Last Canadian Virgins Evan Rindler & Jon Rizik
The Long Road Elie El Choufany
The Night Witches Steven Prowse
The White Mouse Molly Gardner
Three Sisters Jen Gutierrez
Under an Olive Tree Tara Atashgah

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