Posted by Amanda Toney

We are beyond excited to announce the talented scribes who's scripts advanced to the Finals of the 2nd Annual Stage 32 Sci-Fi & Fantasy Screenwriting Contest. And give a huge congratulations to our Grand Prize Winner John Dummer from Chicago, IL for his script FORGET-ME-NOTS, and to our 2nd place winner Terry Brody from New York for his script THE VR (VIRTUAL REALITY).  

We were on the hunt for our most talented writers to bring us mystical, magical and intergalactic worlds and you certainly did not disappoint. Our judges loved the fresh and innovative writing coming from all over the world.

We want to extend a huge congratulations to the finalists If you didn't advance, please don't be discouraged. The competition was very close this year - never give up and keep writing!

As a reminder, our grand prize winner will be flown out to LA to meet with Stephen Jones (Executive Producer of Wonder Woman and line producer for Maleficent), Shawn Burns (Talent agent - client credits include: X-Men Origins and Star Wars), and Craig Baumgarten (Manager & Producer, Zero Gravity Management, credits include: Hook, Universal Soldier)!

 

Grand Prize Winner

FORGET-ME-NOTS

John Dummer

As they await a supernova explosion that will end all life on earth, an astrobiologist and two uninvited guests at his island cabin must fend off an invasive plant from another world – but is the plant a predator or an interstellar lifeline?

 

2nd Place

THE V.R. (VIRTUAL REALITY)

Terence Brody

In the future, Virtual Reality allows prison inmates to live any life they can imagine for themselves – making parole is their worst nightmare.

 

FINALISTS

TITLE WRITER
GALáPAGOS LUKAS HASSEL
LUANA DANIELLE ERLICH
QUINCY HUNTER KARAS
SAVE THE PRINCESS ERIC JESKE
SIEGE PERILOUS BRIAN KAZMARCK
THE CHILDREN OF EDEN RAYMOND A. JUST
THE EMPATHY TEST NANCY DILLON
THE FABLE OF THE WOUNDED HEALER REBECCA DE FARGUES

 

Please wish these talented writers congratulations! 

 


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