2021 ScreenCraft Sci-Fi & Fantasy Screenplay Competition Winners
We are excited to announce the winners of the 2021 ScreenCraft Sci-Fi & Fantasy Screenplay Competition.
Immortal by Natalie Metzger and Robert Allaire has been selected from nearly 2000 entries as the Grand Prize Winner. Say Boo by Francis Manuel Abbey has been selected as the Feature Winner and Altered by Evyn Williams has been selected as the TV Pilot Winner.
Immortal, is a feature where an ambitious geneticist risks her life and marriage when she accepts an invitation by a wealthy eccentric to research a cure for death at his remote lab complex in the Mississippi bayou.
Say Boo is a feature where after her son falls into a coma, Angie must enter his Filipino folklore-inspired imaginary world to save his life.
Altered is a TV pilot is about a reclusive crime scene analyst who hides the extent of his power in a world where humans have evolved dangerous new abilities, and anyone too powerful is rounded up and eliminated. His secret comes under threat when a grisly murder forces him to work closely with the victim’s sister to unravel the unusual circumstances of the killing.
Honorable mentions in the 2021 ScreenCraft Sci-Fi & Fantasy Screenplay Competition include-
Time Jump by Kris Crenwelge
Mine by Ashley Tropea
Exalt by Richard Young
Blood Type by Jordan Goodman
In addition to the ScreenCraft team, this year's jury included managers and executives from HBO Max, M88, Skybound Entertainment, BOOM! Studios, TV Writer and Producer Jordan Goldberg, and TV writer, Director & Showrunner, Terry Matalas.
Congratulations to these winning writers and finalists, and thank you to our judges and to everyone who submitted projects; we read a number of remarkable submissions.
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