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SCRIPTAPALOOZA ANNOUNCES 15th ANNUAL SCREENWRITING COMPETITION
FIRST PLACE WINNER TO RECEIVE TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS

Company Celebrates 15 Years of Connecting Aspiring Screenwriters with Leading Entertainment Executives including Hollywood Producers and Literary Agents


Los Angeles - Scriptapalooza today announces its 15th annual Screenplay Competition to continue its mission in providing unparalleled creative opportunities for aspiring screenwriters in the fiercely competitive entertainment industry.

Participants will have their individual entries read by more than 90 leading filmmakers, production companies and literary agencies including Benderspink, Anonymous Content, Industry Entertainment, Lawrence Bender Productions and Barnstorm Films.

The first place winner, chosen by Scriptapalooza, receives a $10,000 grand prize. In addition, Scriptapalooza offers its full support to the winner; finalists and semifinalists of the screenwriting challenge by promoting each work for one year after the winners’ announcement.

Early DEADLINE January 7, 2013 and FINAL deadline is April 22, 2013
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“Since its inception in 1998, the Scriptapalooza Screenplay Competition has grown exponentially to become one of the well-respected competitions within the entertainment industry,” says Mark Andrushko, president of Scriptapalooza. “Through this competition, we had scripts optioned, more than 40 scripts and opened new doors to unknown talent.” Highlights include:

• 2009 Winner John Todd options his script Madam I'm Adam to Alan Ladd Productions.
• 2007 Finalist John Muscarnero shoots his film, Dark Woods.
• 2005 Winner Patrick Andrew O’Connor sells his movie The Break-Up Artist at Cannes
• 2005 Finalist Craig Clyde’s film, The Holidays airs on Lifetime.
• 2006 Semi-Finalist Eric D. Howell shoots his short film, Ana’s Playground.

About Scriptapalooza, Inc.
The Scriptapalooza Screenplay Competition was founded in 1998 with the goal of discovering promising writers and creating opportunities for them in the fiercely competitive entertainment industry. Divisions include Scriptapalooza Television Writing Competition and Scriptapalooza Coverage Professional Script Analysis.

Media Contact:
Mark Andrushko

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