Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Summit Script Request / The 5th Annual Creative World Awards Continue to Open Major Industry Doors / Last Call for Scripts!!!


Dear Michael,

Another producer is looking for scripts.  Please see below.

And final script call for Creative World Awards (CWA)! InkTip highly recommends Creative World Awards as an exciting contest that opens doors and gets writers noticed in the industry. See below for details and a special discount for InkTip members.



The 5th Annual CREATIVE WORLD AWARDS SCREENPLAY CONTEST (CWA), an international screenwriting event, is known for championing writers and opening doors. Through established relationships with some of the industry's most sought-after companies, CWA plays a critical role in connecting talented writers with agents and producers in search of fresh, new material. Their most recent option deal was announced last month for a 2012 entrant.

" a direct result of CWA, I now have representation. I attribute my success to you and your notes which brought the script to a level where it finally got noticed!" - Eric Carlson, 2011 Drama Winner

"Thanks to CWA I am now in the process of finalizing an option deal on the script I entered last year. I am truly blown away by your efforts to develop, encourage, and provide the opportunities you do - again, thank you!" - 2011 Quarterfinalist

"The Judge's Highlights I received were far above anything I dreamed of. I am amazed by the depth and detail of the comments, and can't thank the Judge and CWA enough. I think this was the best investment I've ever made in myself and my writing career." - 2011 Entrant


CWA has built relationships with such A-list companies as Lionsgate/Mandate International, GreeneStreet Films, Relativity Media, Crystal Sky, Icon Films & Entertainment, and Voltage Pictures, who have first looks at the Contest's top projects. Through its first four contests, CWA has secured representation and several option deals for entrants, firmly establishing itself worldwide as a leading source for making deals and granting writers much needed exposure in the industry.

CWA also promotes beyond just the winning scripts, so you have a real chance to get your foot in the door. 41 companies outside of their industry list requested scripts in their winter 2011 logline promotion alone. 

TYPE OF ENTRIES: CWA accepts all feature length screenplays, shorts, and teleplays with over $25,000 in cash & prizes awarded each year.


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$5 OFF EACH ENTRY Use Code: CWA2012


Envision – Seeking Concept Driven Action Scripts

We are looking for completed feature-length action scripts. Material submitted must be concept driven, and we give preference to pitches that can be made in a sentence or less. Please note we sent out a thriller lead recently, so please do not pitch any action/thrillers which you’ve pitched to us before.

Budget will not exceed $2 million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Our credits include ""Janie Jones" "Chained,” and “Celeste and Jesse Forever.”

To submit to this lead, please go to:

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Copy/Paste this code: gw7tuhmjzw

NOTE: Please only submit your work if it fits what the lead is looking for exactly. If you aren't sure if your script fits, please ask InkTip first.

DO NOT submit something if you don't have the script completed.
DO NOT show up at their doorstep, email or call them with your submission, outside of the submission instructions provided.
DO NOT submit your work if it doesn't fit the requirements.
If your script fits a lead, be sure to tweak your logline and synopsis to reflect the requirements in the lead.

If a writer violates this protocol, it is a sure way to guarantee that company won't consider the writer or script, and we will remove the writer from the InkTip Pitch & Networking Summit email list and will prohibit them from attending current or future InkTip events.


Upcoming InkTip Deadlines:

Early Bird Deadline for Pitch & Networking SummitFriday, June 15
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Friday, June 1st.

  1. Subscribe to the Preferred Newsletter
  2. List your feature or TV scripts on InkTip
  3. List loglines for your scripts in InkTip Magazine!
  4. Place your short screenplays at no charge on InkTip
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On a lighter note, please don't hesitate to let us know if you have any questions.

Best Wishes,
Jerrol LeBaron
CEO, InkTip
June 6, 2012

Copyright by Jerrol LeBaron, 2012


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