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Posted: March 15th, 2009, 3:28am Report to Moderator

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Script Savvy is proud to announce the following winners for our January contest:

Drawing Dead by Kelly Parks
A group of professional poker players find themselves in a game of Texas Hold'em for their souls.
Lovegems by Christopher Davis
In order to find his missing fiancee, an ex-con leads a strange woman and a hitman on a quest to recover 27 precious gems (with a secret of their own) before a powerful crime boss and his hired guns can find them.
Samson & Delilah by Angela Guess
The violent love story as you've never seen it before: from  both sides.
The Blue Planet by Svet Rouskov
A blacklisted NASA astronaut is called upon to lead a mission to Mars where he discovers lethal but intelligent creatures and an age-old atrocity committed by mankind.

February contest results will be announced on or before 3/31.


Contest features a cash prize every month plus tons of other prizes.

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Script Savvy Monthly Screenplay Contest is proud to announce our
February 2009 contest results!

The Kids, the President and the Apache by Cat Bistransin
Two preteen geniuses take vengeance on the President of the United States by buying an Apache helicopter on his personal credit card.

Honorable Mention:
One Night Stand by Adam Litt and Ian Coyne
A serial killer, a runaway bride and a pair of Hollywood hipsters on their weekend getaway - this is the motley crew that finds itself in a remote desert town at nightfall... a town with an appetite for life, just not its own.

Banzai Boy by Curtis Burdick and Scott Burdick
(sports drama)
A troubled teen finds athletic success, a real home, and true love in a foreign land.

Male Order Bride by Phil Hwang
A desperate young man poses as a mail order bride to get to the United States.

MARCH contest results will be announced on 4/30.

APRIL CONTEST now open for entries!
Featuring a cash prize, industry exposure, and feedback.

All genres allowed. Feature length only.
Rated the #1 monthly screenplay contest – source

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Continuity Is For Pussies...

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Can we read these scripts?

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I sent them my screenplay. I thought:
1) There is much more chance to win among a few hundred than among a few thousand
2) I will know promptly if my screenplay sucks (in a few weeks instead of a few months)  
3) It was only $55 Review included. 35$ without it.

Did someone else from SS sent a screenplay to this contest?
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