Posted by Amanda Toney

After our inaugural Sci-Fi and Fantasy Contest resulted in our winners getting optioned and commissioned to write scripts for major producers, we are excited to bring back this highly popular screenwriting contest! We are on the hunt for our most talented writers bringing us mystical, magical and intergalactic worlds. As with all our writing contests, we aim to provide you with the tools and resources needed to excel in this industry and grow as a professional. We give our writers the opportunity to meet with industry veterans, with the grand prize winner being flown out to Los Angeles to meet with top executives that can really help move the needle on your career.

This year is no exception. Our grand prize winner will be meeting 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)


Our First Annual Stage 32 Fantasy & Sci-Fi Screenwriting Contest winners had incredible success!

Our Grand Prize Winner Ben Gross, writer of THE LADIES' GUIDE TO HACKING met with and is working through concepts with manager Daniel Vang from Good Fear Film + Management, has been commissioned to write a script for Daniel Herther, VP of Development from Baker Entertainment Group and met with Spencer Malof from the Illusinarium and met and was mentored by Marc Zicree (Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica).

Our 2nd Place Winner, Ryan Lee, writer of TOWER 9 was optioned by studio producer Mitchell Peck!


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