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2022 ScreenCraft Feature Competition Finalists

by ScreenCraft on September 14, 2022

We are thrilled to announce the Finalists of the 2022 ScreenCraft Feature Competition. These exceptional screenplays were selected from almost 1,900 submissions. Congratulations to these writers!

We are thrilled to share these scripts with our industry jury that includes: Matthew Lieberman (Screenwriter, FREE GUY), Parker Davis (Agent, Verve), Halle Mariner (Agent, APA), Oscar winning co-writer, Diana Ossana (BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN), and Kate Sharp (Manager, Bellevue).

Stay tuned for the Winner announcement on October 12th on our blog and on our Twitter and Facebook pages! 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:

A Weekend In The Country     Benedict Cohen
Austen Time Julia Bergeron
Big Sisters Sander Gusinow
Cages Megan Raney Aarons, Colin K Gray, Izabel Acevedo
Catch The Fly Michael Bezushko
Founder Effect Rob Pilkington
Holy Ghosts Michael Basha
In Darkness Dwell Simon Littlejohn
KISS OF DARKNESS MICHAEL MCCLUNG
OPERATION AJAX Jake Hulse
Plainclothes Carmen Emmi
Reaching for the Bottom ALAN ESCHBACH
ROSEBUD Kayla Hardy
Salaam George Michael Irshad Ashraf
Scrap Metal Hearts jane eakin
Sharp Tongue Devil Adrian Munro, Ian Malone
Slay House Devon Kerr
SLUGGER J. Miller
Take My Hand Sam Pavich
The Art of Intention Dena Acolatse
The Good Sister Hoku Uchiyama
The Last Supper Zachary Ashman
TRICE Matt Foss, Carlos Washington
Vapor RJ Collins, John Trefry
Wherever You Go Kate Hamilton

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