Congratulations to these ScreenCraft screenwriters! 

Every year dozens of talented writers find Hollywood career moment via ScreenCraft’s educational programs, writing competitions, fellowships and events. Want to see your name on this list? See our upcoming deadlines for programs and competitions here. Check out our list of recent success stories here:

Jordan Tandowsky

2017 ScreenCraft Pilot Launch Finalist, Jordan Tandowsky, has signed with literary manager, Lisa Schahet Schuster, of Scenario Entertainment.

“Receiving the positive feedback and advancing in the competition gave me validation and confidence as a writer. After winning, the credibility and exposure opened the doors and allowed me to sign with an amazing manager.”

Obiageli Odimegwu

After being selected as one of three winners for the 6th Annual ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship, Obiageli Odimegwu signed with manager Adesuwa McCalla of MetaMorphic Entertainment.

Zoe Vitale

ScreenCraft Horror Finalist Zoe Vitale has signed with Nicholas Bogner of Affirmative Entertainment after ScreenCraft introduced them.

“I was working on several projects when I could find time outside of my day job in TV, and was starting to feel in need of some external confirmation. After placing as a finalist, I got the confidence boost I was looking for. A member of the ScreenCraft team knew a manager who he thought would like my work and made the introduction. It was that easy. I would tell anyone on the fence about submitting to go for it. ScreenCraft has gone out of their way to give me advice and help me sign with a rep!” – Zoe Vitale

Luke Schreiber & Emily Winter

2018 ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship Finalists, Luke Schreiber & Emily Winter, signed with Mike Sword of Sword Entertainment!

“After placing as ScreenCraft finalists, the encouragement and belief made a huge impact in taking the next step in our careers. They were huge fans of us and our projects. We would always say– we might be crazy but then ScreenCraft is crazy too.”  – Luke & Emily

Lucy Luna

2019 ScreenCraft Fellowship Winner, Lucy Luna, signed with manager Kailey Marsh of Brillstein Entertainment Partners via an introduction by the ScreenCraft team.

“Before entering the ScreenCraft Fellowship, I was trying to figure out how to navigate the industry, my needs and wants as a writer, and what next step would be the best or smartest thing I could do for my career. Before ScreenCraft I was listening to so many opinions, and I realized I had no real specific direction because all the advice was great but were so different, and were not tailor-made for me. After winning, everything changed. Everything became clear. I knew what I wanted and needed and knew what next steps to take. There are so many contests out there and it can get scary. I get it: I’m afraid to go back and see how much money I spent on competitions that were not worth it. ScreenCraft isn’t one of them. ScreenCraft cares. They are proactive, supportive, and are willing to push hard for you. They have the connections and the passion. They listen. They immediately understood where I wanted to go, and what I needed and they worked with me as if my dream was theirs. They are my guardian angels!” – Lucy Luna

Caroline Franklin

2019 ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship & 2018 ScreenCraft Cinematic Stage Play Finalist Caroline Franklin has signed with literary manager Dash Aiken of Romark Entertainment! Caroline worked closely with the ScreenCraft team  who introduced her to the Romark team. Congrats Caroline!

“I’m absolutely overwhelmed by the support I got from the ScreenCraft team. After my plays were named Finalists, the ScreenCraft team contacted me and has provided on-going advice, mentorship, and support ever since. They have worked for months sending out my material and discussing who may be right for representation. This industry can feel incredibly elusive and cold, especially for playwrights trying to break-in but Tom and the ScreenCraft team changed that. I can’t believe they invested so much time and energy into promoting my writing. Getting a foot in the door felt impossible for so long, but today, I am thrilled to have found my first rep. ScreenCraft is the real deal; you won’t find anyone more passionate or committed to helping emerging writers. If you are wading through the sea of screenwriting contests wondering which ones are worth it, there is no one I’d recommend more than ScreenCraft. I’ll never be able to say thank you enough!” – Caroline Franklin

Nabil Chowdhary

Less than one month after winning the grand prize in the ScreenCraft Sci-fi Screenplay Competition for his project Pod, Nabil Chowdhary was introduced to manager Bash Naran at Writ Large by the ScreenCraft team and signed with him for representation!
“Within hours, I was in touch with Bash at Writ Large. Three weeks later, we are officially working together. I was in constant communication with the ScreenCraft team, seeking advice and looking for guidance on how to navigate this very new situation for me and the couldn’t have been more helpful.” – Nabil Chowdhary

Lisa Hoppe

ScreenCraft Comedy Competition finalist Lisa Hoppe got her movie made! Warm congratulations to Lisa on the world premiere of her feature film “H is for Happiness” at Melbourne International Film Festival! The screenplay was a finalist in ScreenCraft’s 2017 Comedy Screenplay competition. You can watch the movie trailer here.

Ivan Tsang

Ivan Tsang placed as a finalist in the ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship and was the grand prize winner of the 2019 Comedy Screenplay Competition. Subsequently he has signed with literary manager Jermaine Johnson at 3 Arts Entertainment!

Zach Bandler

Congratulations to ScreenCraft semifinalist Zach Bandler on his short film The Lightkeeper premiering on Omeleto, YouTube’s prestigious channel for award-winning short films. You can check out the film here.

Chelsea Grey

After placing as a finalist in the ScreenCraft Pilot Launch competition for her half hour pilot How to Grieve, Chelsea Gray worked closely with the ScreenCraft team, who set multiple meetings with managers before she ultimately signed with EMB Entertainment, with literary manager Eric Borja.

“I can’t say enough good things about the team at ScreenCraft! Since placing as a finalist in the pilot launch contest earlier this year, I’ve had my work sent out to so many people that I wouldn’t have otherwise had the chance to do on my own at this stage in my career. I just signed with a manager this week and am forever grateful for the amount of dedication the ScreenCraft team put into helping me find the right fit! Big thanks to everyone at ScreenCraft for your passion in helping emerging writers!” – Chelsea Gray, screenwriter

Olney Atwell

Olney Atwell was a 2018 ScreenCraft Fellowship Finalist, and subsequently signed a paid option agreement with a film producer, and the screenplay now has a director attached. ScreenCraft played an integral part in securing the option and payment terms. Details of the project are being kept under wraps for the time being. Stay tuned for a public announcement!

“I am so moved by how much the people at ScreenCraft care about their writers. The team has stayed actively involved since I placed in the competition, readily providing help, advice, and mentorship. Securing this paid option for my screenplay is a huge step forward in my career and ScreenCraft was a huge part of it.” – Olney Atwell

Doug Williams

Doug Williams was the runner-up to the inaugural ScreenCraft Stage Play Competition in 2018 for his play Ship. Doug has since signed with an agent at William Morris Endeavor, whom he met through the competition.

“I swear I’m not just saying this because it’s going on the website, but there is no way I would have found my agent the way I did were it not for ScreenCraft. It was an honor all its own to be named runner-up for their new stage play contest, but the way they went to bat for me and championed my work following the contest was incredible. ScreenCraft got my play in front of some of my writing heroes who were judges for the contest, and just a few months later I’d signed with my agent at WME. Prior to ScreenCraft, I honestly had no idea how to even approach an agent. Their resources and guidance helped me reach the next level and I’m extremely grateful. ” – Doug Williams

Danny Matier

Danny Matier was a finalist in the 2016 ScreenCraft Action & Thriller Screenplay Competition. ScreenCraft connected him with production company, MiLa Media, who purchased and produced his feature screenplay The Unborn in the spring of 2019. It is currently in post-production.

“Tom from ScreenCraft contacted me at the end of last year as a producer contact of theirs was looking to read thrillers / horrors from competition finalists. ScreenCraft connected me with the production company. Within the next couple of weeks – I had sold my horror script and it went into production this year with an exciting new company. To have people like The ScreenCraft team actively getting my work into the hands of the right people is a testament to ScreenCraft wanting writers to succeed. If you’re a thinking of submitting a script into a competition, then ScreenCraft is one I would highly recommend. Not only for how they can change your life as a screenwriter— but because of the people on their team.” – Danny Matier

Jason Scott Goldberg

Jason Scott Goldberg placed as a semifinalist in the 2017 ScreenCraft Horror Screenplay Competition with his project, “Flatwoods: A UFO Cult Story,” which landed on the 2018 Hit List. In addition, both of his projects “The Caregiver” and “700 Feet” placed in the 2018 Horror Screenplay Competition. He signed with Matt Prater of CSP Management, and is prepping his feature, STAY OUT OF THE F*CKING ATTIC with Top Dead Center Films, expected to shoot in the fall.

“The folks at ScreenCraft get it! Their specialized, genre-specific competitions have helped me make a name for myself in the horror community. Placing in their competitions with FOUR of my projects led to landing on The Tracking Board‘s Young & Hungry List and signing with a rep. If you’re an aspiring, emerging or professional screenwriter, definitely submit to ScreenCraft’s competitions! You won’t be sorry!” – Jason Scott Goldberg

Amy Huckabay

Amy Huckabay was a 2017 ScreenCraft Comedy Screenplay Contest finalist. ScreenCraft set up meetings with literary managers and Amy signed with a new rep in less than two months. Congrats Amy!

“Having ScreenCraft’s help has been an unbelievable resource for me. They are extremely hands-on and go above and beyond for their contest winners. They put in a lot of personal attention and effort to ensure their writers succeed. They worked to get my screenplay Sam Dean Can’t Die in front of multiple producers and made calls to find me a manager. I had multiple meetings and ended up signing with Eric Borja, a perfect fit for me who really gets my voice.” – Amy Huckabay

Michael Mirabella

Michael Mirabella was the runner-up in ScreenCraft’s 2018 Drama Screenplay Competition and subsequently signed with manager & producer Scott Carr when he read Michael’s winning script Paper Thieves. Now titled Joppatowne, Michael and Scott are developing the project together.

“The effort the ScreenCraft team has put forth in developing my relationships within the industry and carving a path for my career as a writer cannot be understated. The team fostered my script and showed genuine interest in my success– pairing me with manager, Scott Carr, who took interest in my talent and ethic. The ScreenCraft team continues to work closely with me even after all they’ve done to help thus far. If you have a screenplay you feel has a chance at success within the industry, then the ScreenCraft competitions and programs are a great way to test your script and possibly jumpstart your career.” – Michael Mirabella

Molly Miller

Molly Miller signed with managers Rachel Miller and Jesse Harra of Haven Entertainment after placing as a top 3 finalist in the 2018 ScreenCraft Comedy Competition with her feature spec, Eat Dead Bird.

Rich Van Tine

After placing as a Top 5 Finalist in the 2019 ScreenCraft Action/Thriller Competition with his contained, terrifyingly real thriller, STUCK, Rich Van Tine signed with literary manager, Jon Hersh of Housefire Management. Rich was also previously a 2017 ScreenCraft Fellowship Semifinalist with his twin detective thriller, UNTIL THE CANDLE BURNS OUT.
“I can’t thank ScreenCraft enough for championing me as a writer. I worked closely with the ScreenCraft team to get STUCK out there for agents and managers to see. They kept pushing the script forward and were super involved in the entire process. It was a great experience and I highly recommend any and all ScreenCraft competitions. Thank you to the whole ScreenCraft team.” – Rich Van Tine

Gabriel Cruz

After winning the half hour category of the 2018 ScreenCraft Pilot Launch TV Script Contest with his script THE KING IS DEAD, Gabriel Cruz worked closely with the ScreenCraft team, taking meetings and drawing interest from several managers before signing with Scott Carr of Scott Carr Management. Congrats Gabe!
“Winning the ScreenCraft Pilot Launch Comedy Competition really jumpstarted my journey. Almost like the flip of a switch, I went from total outsider to multiple managers requesting meetings with me, which was critical for someone with minimal to no connections like myself. Thanks to ScreenCraft, I never felt like I was navigating this new world on my own; I always felt like I had someone in my corner. I still feel that way. Burning for a chance to get my writing out there, I feel tremendous gratitude for ScreenCraft’s dedication.” – Gabe Cruz

KL Hughes

Kaycee Hughes won the 2018 ScreenCraft Pilot Launch TV Script Competition, and through an introduction by the ScreenCraft team, she signed with Abrams Artists Agency!
“Winning ScreenCraft’s Pilot Launch Competition cracked open the floodgates, and within weeks, I had multiple meetings lined up not only with some incredible literary managers and agents but with networks eager to chat about my winning pilot as well. Ultimately, this led to me landing representation with a top-notch agent, a hurdle I had expected to spend years trying to overcome. I am so grateful for their hard work and motivation, and for joyfully championing up-and-coming writers with all the passion and determination of people who truly understand just how vital writers are to this industry. Thank you, ScreenCraft. You have done me an incredible service and kindness.” – KL Hughes

Shiwani Srivastava

2018 ScreenCraft Comedy Runner-Up, Shiwani Srivastava, signed with literary manager Nicholas Bogner of Affirmative Entertainment. ScreenCraft recommended Shiwani’s project Wedding Season and introduced her to Nicholas Bogner.

Christa Rose Avampato

“Thanks to the ScreenCraft team, I got my dream job in film and TV as a Development Manager at Empty Quarter Studios, a TV and film production company in New York City. My book, Emerson Page and Where the Light Enters, was a finalist in the ScreenCraft Cinematic Book Competition this year. I posted about it on social media and a friend of mine saw the post. Once he saw I was a finalist in your competition, it caused him to look more deeply into my work and we began to talk about whether we could work on this project together. These conversations led to something I never expected—a full-time job offer that combines my business experience and creative work, and gives me the chance to develop my own intellectual property as well as scout for the latest and greatest stories that matter. Thank you so much for the visibility you give to writers. It made a huge difference in my life and I’m so grateful!” 

Brock Newell

After winning the 2018 ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship, Brock met with several agents, producers and literary managers in Hollywood. Because of his win at ScreenCraft, he was invited to Coverfly‘s Rep Week program which introduced him to a manager who promptly signed him.

Ian Southwood

Ian won the 2018 ScreenCraft Comedy Screenplay Competition and went on to be invited to Coverfly‘s Rep Week program which introduced him to literary manager Adrian Garcia, with whom he signed.

Tate Hanyok

After placing as a finalist in the ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship and a semifinalist in other ScreenCraft competitions, Tate worked closely with the ScreenCraft team before signing with manager Kendrick Tan and Carrie Isgett at Lit Entertainment Group, formerly Madhouse Entertainment.

“As a character actor I was used to adapting to various tones and worlds, so when it came to writing I truly didn’t know what kind of writer I was. I hadn’t found “my voice,” and so many types of stories interested me as a writer. So I started using ScreenCraft as my own personal development program by utilizing each contest as a self-imposed deadline to explore writing in different genres and formats, simply as a learning experience. I was submitting early drafts to the contests for the feedback, and to get a gage of how far I had to go. It’s easy to work in a bubble, but the subjective opinions of the readers became a fantastic tool. Watching my scores increase with each submission was a great source of encouragement, and motivation! Eventually I wrote a script that was reflective of what I now consider to be “my voice.” It spoke to Tom in particular, and he contacted me to say that ScreenCraft would like to help connect me with a manager. I was floored. I hadn’t won a contest but I had consistently been submitting a growing body of work. Soon we were sitting down and brainstorming who to put on the wish list for representation! Tom was so incredibly knowledgeable, a talented filmmaker himself, who was acting like my guidance counselor helping me apply to and choose the right college. This was such an exciting time and he was so incredibly attentive. I kept thinking, “how lucky am I!?” Here I was just do’n my thing, in my bubble, and this fellow artist I have so much respect for, is helping ME get to this very important step that can be so hard to access on your own. Sometimes it does take a village. I’m so very grateful that ScreenCraft has been an essential part of mine.” – Tate Hanyok

Xavier Burgin

Xavier won the 2018 ScreenCraft Drama Screenplay Competition and has since taken meetings at Blumhouse, Netflix and with independent producers who are interested in his script. Additionally, Xavier was hired to direct a documentary feature Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror which premiered on Shudder on February 7th, 2019. He is repped by manager Hannah Ozer at Kaplan/Perrone.

Davia Carter

Davia Carter won the 2018 ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship and just weeks later she was hired as a staffed writer on USA’s TV show QUEEN OF THE SOUTH! 

Jeffrey Field

Jeffrey Field won the 2015 ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship and has recently signed with Writ Large Management. Congrats Jeffrey!

Dante Russo

After winning the ScreenCraft Short Screenplay Competition and subsequently the ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship, Dante Russo went on to get hired as a script coordinator and then a writer on ABC’s A Million Little Things! Congratulations Dante! We can’t wait to see your career develop.

Cat Dale

Cat won the 2017 ScreenCraft Pilot Launch TV Script Competition and subsequently was hired by a producer for an open writing assignment! The producer discovered Cat via our partnership with Coverfly.

 

Matthew Ryan

After winning the 2017 ScreenCraft Action & Thriller Screenplay Contest, Matthew received many requests from industry professionals. “Thanks to ScreenCraft, I made contact with a producer who got my screenplay into the right hands. I now have an attachment agreement in place for it with a hugely talented director/producer and we’re currently developing the script towards production.” – Matthew Ryan

 

Joshua Bartolome

ScreenCraft Horror Contest Finalist Joshua Bartolome has signed a shopping agreement with producer Shannon Pierce of 4th Dimension for his project The Crossing, via an introduction by the ScreenCraft team. 4th Dimension is a literary management and production company expanding into original content. Congrats to Josh!

 

Erica Tachoir

Erica Tachoir signed with a literary manager at MXN Entertainment through an introduction by ScreenCraft. Erica’s screenplay “Scattering Jake” placed as a semi-finalist in three ScreenCraft competitions, including the 2017 ScreenCraft Screenwriters Residency Program, the 2017 ScreenCraft Drama Screenplay Competition, and the 2018 ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship.

 

Peyton McDavitt

Screenwriter Peyton McDavitt, runner-up winner of the 2017 ScreenCraft Horror Screenplay Contest, just signed with manager Sydney Blanke at Fourth Wall Management an entertainment management company that represents actors, writers, directors, and filmmakers across all media. Congrats Peyton!

 

Rhonda Baraka

Television writer-director Rhonda Baraka signed with her manager at Heroes and Villains after meeting her manager at the 2018 #ScreenCraft Writers Summit in Atlanta. The ScreenCraft Writers Summit brings together emerging writers and industry professionals so that relationships like this can be made. Congrats to Rhonda!

 

Ryan W. Smith

ScreenCraft Fellowship winner Ryan W. Smith went on to co-write a film that just sold to Netflix for a reported $30 million at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival!

Colin Dalvit & Andrew Lahmann

Colin Dalvit & Andrew Lahmann won the ScreenCraft Action & Thriller Screenplay Contest in 2016, and they were recently discovered via Coverfly and signed by literary manager Josh Dove at Intellectual Property Group who discovered and read their script The Timbermen. Intellectual Property Group is the literary management company behind such clients as Oscar-winner Paul Haggis (Crash and Million Dollar Baby) and Dennis Lehane (writer of cinematically adapted novels including Mystic River, Shutter Island and Gone Baby Gone).

Ellen Winburn

ScreenCraft’s 2017 Family-Friendly Screenplay Contest semifinalist Ellen Winburn signed a paid shopping agreement with HG5 Entertainment for her feature The Least of These through an introduction made by Coverfly. Inspired by the true experiences of her son, The Least of These follows a teenager with cerebral palsy who dreams of having a girlfriend and forms an unlikely friendship with a troubled girl with a difficult home life.

Nick Watson

Nick was a ScreenCraft Pilot Launch semifinalist in 2014, and subsequently signed with literary agent by Manal Hammad at Abrams Artists Agency. He has since written for Hasbro Studios’ “Littlest Pet Shop: A World of Our Own,” and most recently on Season 2 of TBS’ animated comedy series “Final Space.”

Anna Klassen

Anna Klassen was the winner of the 2017 ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship and subsequently signed with her manager at Plattform and with an agent at WME, her screenplay was recently voted onto 2017’s The Black List! Also, she was just hired by a major company to write a film adaptation (right now her manager has asked us to keep it confidential, but we’ll be able to share details about it soon)!

Jeff Bower

Jeff’s spec script “Halycon Falls” won the ScreenCraft Pilot Launch TV Script Contest. He is now represented by Abrams Artists. ScreenCraft introduced him to manager Alex Creasia at Pathfinder Entertainment, who signed him as a client.

John Griffin 

After winning a full scholarship to ScreenCraft’s Screenwriters Residency Program in The Bahamas in 2015, John Griffin went on to sell his spec screenplay ‘Crater’ to Fox Studios! And he’s now represented by WME agency!

T.A. Snyder

Recipient of the ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship, TA Snyder subsequently signed with literary management company Echo Lake where he has film and TV projects in active development! His pilot “Dead Men” was recently acquired by Endgame Entertainment!

Mark Stasenko

Winner of the 2015 ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship, Mark signed with multiple agents at United Talent Agency and a manager at 3 Arts Entertainment whom he was introduced to by ScreenCraft staff.  Now he has projects in active development and he’s currently being considered by major networks and studios. In the fall of 2017 he sold a TV pilot to a studio and he got hired as a staff screenwriter on the Peabody Award-winning Netflix series American Vandal for their upcoming second season!

Amanda Parham

Recipient of the 2014 ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship, Amanda subsequently signed with a manager at Anonymous Content and an agent at Paradigm Talent Agency! Her TV pilot is in development with top producers (TBA).

Robert Haffey

Recipient of the ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship, Rob subsequently signed with an agent at ICM Partners!

Alex Greenfield & Ben Powell

The writing team winners of the 3rd annual ScreenCraft Horror Screenplay Contest signed with a literary manager at Zero Gravity Management! They’ve been hired to write a franchise sequel (TBA)!

Aaron Steven

After winning 2nd place in the 2014 ScreenCraft Action/Thriller Screenplay Contest, Aaron signed with a manager at Kaplan/Perrone where he has 2 film scripts in active development!

Katiedid Langrock 

Winner of ScreenCraft’s Comedy Screenplay Contest, Katiedid was hired to write a Netflix Original Series!

Daniel Hanna

Runner-up winner of the 2013 ScreenCraft Comedy Screenplay Contest, Dan signed with a manager at Kaplan/Perrone! And most recently he signed with an agent at The Gersh Agency. He has projects in active development at various production companies.

Rowan Wheeler

Our 2015 Pilot Launch TV Script Contest winner Rowan Wheeler has recently signed at United Talent Agency, one of Hollywood’s top agency’s with clients including Johnny Depp, William Petersen, Joan Cusack, Jennifer Jason Leigh and many more actors, writers and directors!

Jared Frieder

Jared’s screenplay “Three Months” won the 2014 ScreenCraft Comedy Script Contest grand prize, and almost exactly one month later he was selected as the Comedy category winner for the Austin Screenplay Competition! Jared has projects in active development with his manager and agent.

Peter McCoubrey

Peter’s screenplay “The Grey Matter” was a Top Ten Finalist in the 2015 ScreenCraft Horror Script Contest, leading him to sign with a literary manager at 3Arts Entertainment! 

Sarah Hopkins

After winning ScreenCraft’s 2015 Action-Thriller Screenplay Contest, Sarah had a call with literary manager Jeff Portnoy at Bellevue Productions, and after 6 months of development conversations about her project, Jeff offered to represent her. Congrats to Sarah for signing with with a great manager at Bellevue Productions!

Samuel Laskey

Samuel’s spec script “The Fake” was announced as the 2016 ScreenCraft Comedy Screenplay Contest Winner. Samuel and the script are now represented by Circle of Confusion, one of the premier management and production companies in Hollywood.

Dani Bailes

ScreenCraft winner Dani Bailes signed with Echo Lake Entertainment, the management company behind such notable Hollywood clients as Mark Hamill, Dakota Fanning and Naomi Scott! Dani was the winner of ScreenCraft’s 2015 Short Film Production Fund along with her producing partner Alexis Korycinski.

David Aslan

David’s spec script “Not a Chance in Hell” was announced as the 2016 ScreenCraft Comedy Screenplay Contest Runner-Up. David and the script are now represented by Circle of Confusion, one of the premier management and production companies in Hollywood.

Alexis Korycinski

ScreenCraft winner Alexis Korycinski signed with CAA (Creative Artists Agency)! Alexis was the winner of the 2015 ScreenCraft Short Film Production Fund along with her writing partner Dani Bailes!

Lindsay Golder

Lindsay Golder is a 2014 ScreenCraft Comedy Contest finalist, a 2nd Annual ScreenCraft Fellowship finalist, a 2014 ScreenCraft Pilot Launch Contest semifinalist, and a 2015 Pilot Launch winner for her web series pilot Celebration. She is now represented by manager Jamie Wager at Capital Creations, represented at CAA, and currently staffed on the hit Fox sitcom The Mick. Recently, she penned an editorial for Entertainment Weekly: ew.com/tv/2017/02/14/the-mick-blog-recap-the-mess/.

Patrick Biesemans

Patrick Biesemans optioned his screenplay The Beautiful Country to Orb Media Group and is attached to direct after he won ScreenCraft’s 2016 China-Hollywood Screenwriting Fellowship.

Evan McNamara

Evan McNamara placed as a top 5 finalist in ScreenCraft’s 2017 Sci-Fi Screenplay Contest and then signed with manager Stephan Dubreuil of Woolf+Lapin, an international agency that represents talents in fields of motion picture, television, and digital.

Michael Thai

Michael Ty was the winner of ScreenCraft’s 2017 Orb Media China-Hollywood Screenwriting Fellowship and signed with a manager at Bellevue Productions!

Chris Osborn 

Chris Osborn won a $10,000 grant from the ScreenCraft Film Fund for his short film True Blue which he wrote, produced and directed. It went on to be accepted to numerous festivals around the world (including New Orleans, Maryland and Atlantic City) and won the Audience Award at Indie Memphis Film Festival in 2017!

Nancy Duff 

Screenwriter Nancy Duff won the ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship and subsequently was selected for the Meryl Streep-backed Writers Lab for Women, as well as the Universal Pictures Global Talent Development & Inclusion program! We look forward to seeing what this woman does next!