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Los Angeles Screenplay Competition Late Deadline: December 14th, 2012

The Los Angeles Screenplay Competition is proud to announce the 2013 season to find screenplays that can be produced and to identify screenwriting talent that can be developed into writers for today’s filmmaking industry.

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https://www.withoutabox.com/03film/03t_fin/03t_fin_fest_01over.php?festival_id=11433

www.lascreenplay.com

SUCCESS STORIES:

Craig Stewart, the First Place Winner of the 2011 LA Screenplay Competition, is now working directly with Rafael Primorac on an action script slated for production, 2013.

First time American filmmaker, Talbot Perry Simons has just been recognized by the Guinness World Records®, as the world’s most awarded individual filmmaker in all of filmmaking history!

LA SCREENPLAY PREVIOUS AWARDS NIGHT HIGHLIGHTS:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znI5SAs6Tvo

The 2011 LA Screenplay Competition took place in October 2011 at the world famous Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, CA. The 2012 LA Screenplay Competition took place in September 2012 at Confidential in Beverly Hills, CA.

MISSION STATEMENT:

Before any film is cast, financed, produced or distributed, there must be a high quality screenplay. The Los Angeles Screenplay Competition is run by people who produce feature films. We are specifically looking for screenplays to produce and talented screenwriters to contract to write

screenplays for production.

ABOUT THE PRESIDENT OF THE THE LOS ANGELES SCREENPLAY COMPETITION: 

President Rafael Primorac has produced many commercial and art house films with screenplays that he either developed or optioned from new writers giving them their first break into Hollywood films. All of his films have received worldwide distribution.

Mr. Primorac is responsible for bringing “Game of Death” starring Wesley Snipes, “Giallo” starring Adrien Brody, and “Mysteria,” starring Danny Glover, Billy Zane, and Martin Landau from script to screen.

Mr. Primorac is always looking for new talented writers and he knows that everything starts with the script.

Primorac is now looking for his next screenplays to produce.