We’re happy to have helped the following emerging writers – and we’d love to add YOU to this list soon! See our upcoming deadlines for programs and competitions here.

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!

John Griffin 

After winning and attending ScreenCraft’s Screenwriters Residency Program in The Bahamas, John Griffin went on to sell his spec screenplay ‘Crater’ to Fox! And he’s 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 where he has projects in active development and currently being considered by major networks and studios! In the fall of 2017 he sold a TV pilot to Blumhouse and staffed on a major show (details can be announced publicly soon)!

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!

Ryan W. Smith

ScreenCraft Fellowship winner Ryan Smith had a development meeting at Overbrook (Will Smith’s company) about his Apartheid drama screenplay (which was recently requested by Steven Spielberg)!! And Ryan signed with an agent at CAA!

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.

Jeff Bower

Jeff’s spec script “Halycon Falls” won the 2015 ScreenCraft Pilot TV Script Contest. He is now represented by Abrams Artists.

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!