8th Annual

Alliance of Women Filmmakers Script Competition

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1317 N. San Fernando Blvd. #340
Burbank CA 91504
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Phone: 8182207036
diana.means@yahoo.com
http://www.lawomensfest.com

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Script Competition
Alliance of Women Filmmakers' scriptwriting competition serves spotlights writers creating unique and powerful roles for women. All scripts must feature women as leading characters.

MISSION & OBJECTIVE

Alliance of Women Filmmakers' scriptwriting competition serves as a resource for writers creating unique and powerful roles for women.

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL


Alliance of Women Filmmakers' scriptwriting competition serves spotlights writers creating unique and powerful roles for women. This script competition was established to further the mission of Alliance of Women Filmmakers to help advance the careers of writers and filmmakers creating diverse and powerful screen images of women from all ethnicities.

Five finalists will receive an invite to the 2019 #Lawomensfest where the winning script will be announced at the closing night reception. In addition, finalists will receive exclusive invites to AWF sponsored event throughout 2019. Past events include "Women Who Run the Show" a panel hosted by Women of Warner Bros. which featured women content creators behind hit WBTV and DC shows Arrow, Blindspot and Riverdale.

Alliance of Women Filmmakers was established 15 years ago with a goal to increase opportunities for women filmmakers. The organization produces The Los Angeles Women's International Film Festival (www.lawomensfest.com) which showcases hundreds of films made by women filmmakers worldwide who share the same passion for creating powerful screen images of women.

Now going into its eighth year, the script competition and festival continue to provide a valuable avenue of exposure for talented women filmmakers, to share their diverse stories and bring awareness to critical issues through visual media.

ORGANIZERS

Diana Means (Founder/ Director)

GENERAL RULES

Scripts can be either features or shorts of any length. finalist will be selected from both lengths

All screenplays must be written in English. Screenplays must be in 12 point courier font. Pages must be numbered on 3-hole punched paper with two brads.

All Screenplays must include one title page with contact information and a 50-100 synopsis. Contact information should not appear anywhere else in the script.

No revisions will be accepted after submissions.

Screenplays must not have been produced, optioned, or currently have negotiations pending.

Writers can enter more than one screenplay however, each script must be accompanied by a separate entry form and entry fee.

Screenplays will not be returned; it is the writer's responsibility to retain an original copy.


TERMS AND CONDITIONS

My digital signature attests:
A. To the accuracy of the information supplied in this application.

B. That the material submitted is my (our) sole and original work. If a script is co-written both writers digital signatures must be on file.

C. To my (our) agreement to hold Alliance of Women Filmmakers harmless from, and defend them against, all claims, demands, losses,
costs, damages, judgments, liabilities and expenses (including attorney’s fees) arising out of or in connection with any scripts
submitted to Alliance of Women Filmmakers script competition.

D. That the burden of obtaining copyright or otherwise protecting any proprietary interests in the material, if I (we) wish to do so, rests
entirely with me (us).

E. That the submitted script has not been produced, optioned, or currently have negotiations pending.

F. That providing false or misleading information on this application, or failing in any other way to comply with the rules of the
competition, may subject me (us) to disqualification, forfeiture of prize money and/or other penalties.

G. That the script is registered with the Writers Guild of America or copyrighted with the library of Congress.