Screenwriting Contests: How to Beat the Judge
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ABOUT THE WEBINAR
One of the best ways to get your name and your projects noticed in the industry is through winning a contest. But first you have to get through rounds of very stringent judges, so what is that those script judges are looking for? The answer, you will find, is not always intuitive. This video will help you to gain the knowledge you will need to greatly increase your chances of winning. Script constant and screenwriting judge, Michael Lee, will be your guide through every step of the contest process. His years of experience and know-how qualifies him to give you tricks and tips along that way that will ensure your success. Let Michael guide you through the process of submitting to a content before you ever write a script, and help you with what you should do after the results are in.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- What you need to do BEFORE you submit to a contest
- How to write an effective logline What type of characters and dialogue contest judges look for
- And, most importantly, what to do AFTER you win a contest!
- Date available: 01/03/2014
- Publication date: 01/03/2014
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Meet the Author: Michael Lee
Michael Lee currently acts as a script consultant and a script reader for the Northwest Screenwriting Guild membership committee. He has served as a judge in many screenwriting contests which includes THE PAGE awards, the Las Vegas Film Festival, and the Gimme Credit Screenplay Competition. He is most well known for his role as a producer for the Angelina Jolie film Life or Something Like It.