2020 ScreenCraft Sci-Fi & Fantasy Screenwriting Competition Finalists

by ScreenCraft on June 17, 2020

Listed below are the Finalists of the 2020 ScreenCraft Sci-Fi & Fantasy Screenwriting Competition. These exceptional screenplays were selected from almost 1,600 submissions. Congratulations to the writers who have made it this far and thanks to all for submitting!

Stay tuned for future announcements here and on our Twitter and Facebook pages within the next few weeks! And if you’d like to receive a notification when this contest re-opens for entries, you can subscribe for updates via Coverfly here.

Here are the Finalists:

2032 Manuel Roman
Alanna Grimm Kari Mote, Alana Grimaldo
Æthernaut Adrian Innaimo
Bleeding Edge Jess Gupta
Caldeea Casey Gillespie
CINEMAGIC Jason Fraley
Climate Pirates Eve Gailey
Common Descent Andrew Ferguson
Coyote Ben Warner
D.J.J.D. Taylor Hopkins
Disaloud Alessio Franko
Eat of the Fruit Matt Hopper
FATUM Hannah Rebecca Carlson
Frenik Elise Stokes
Her Majesty's Wizards Scott Peterman, Cat Davis
Here Come the Bastards Brian Otting
Heretic Calvin Starnes
Ice Stéphanie Joalland
Kill Switch Will Bennett
Last Orleans Tom Kerevan
Magenta Jamie DeWolf
Mammoths Pat Cavanaugh
Mummy Business Angelo Campos
New Eden Alexandra Overy
OCEAN EFFECT Heather Farlinger
Passing Alex Schor
Princess Rogue Kemmer Cope
Pseudosamina Ali Imran Zaidi
Second Skin Thomas Douglas Mann
Sexy Teen Squad: Undercover Monster Hunters Jon Bershad
SIREN Michael Burnet
SLAYER Alain Loubeau
Solarium Todd Zing, Irish Rivera
Super Hoax Brian Hogan
The Anklebiter Andy Jones
The Art of Science Mark Levesque
The Blade and the Wing Nicholas Leitzke
The Carolinas Richard Stone
The Convergence Emily Rose Laochua
The Devil's Symphony Scott Hamilton
The Fire Captain Marc Messenger
The Long Game Janice Manchee
The Mayfly Ryan Curtin
The Mystery of the Hornet Ghost Lights Craig Proudley, Kelly Chen
The New Men Steven Snell
The Night Line Esmeralda Seay-Reynolds
The Shadow King D.C. Lozar
Tin Foil Hats Stuart Benson
Tribrid Patricia Harris Seeley
You The Terrible raymond smiling

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