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Recent Script Pipeline Success Stories

– Contest winner Tripper Clancy signed on to write Hacker Camp for Hasbro in February 2015. Last year, Tripper sold projects to 20th Century Fox (The Ambassadors), QED International (Winter Break), and will write the animated comedy Shedd for Paramount as well as the adventure/comedy Stranded, starring Kevin James, for Sony Pictures. Winner of the 2011 Screenwriting Competition, Tripper was introduced to management and signed a few weeks after winning the contest.

– Off the Grid Entertainment is representing the project Breathers, a finalist in the Script Pipeline TV Writing Competition and written by Will Wallance. Will was linked to Off the Grid execs by Script Pipeline Director of Development Matt Misetich in 2014.

– Evan Daugherty, who also found management with a Script Pipeline partner, has signed on to write Syfy's Five Ghosts. After co-writing the hit adaptations for Divergent and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Evan will make his directorial debut with Ink and Bone for Dimension Films in 2015. With multiple projects in development at studios and TV networks, including The Foundation for 20th Century Fox and the event series Esmeralda for ABC, Evan is poised to continue his rise throughout 2015. 

As of February, Script Pipeline alumni have sold over $5 million in specs to studios, while numerous others have found representation with Pipeline management and agency partners and had their work produced.

Enter the 2015 Competition

Screenwriting Competition

The 13th Annual 2015 Script Pipeline Screenwriting Contest continues a long tradition of discovering up-and-coming talent and connecting them with top producers, agencies, and managers across studio and independent markets. Last season, close to 5,000 scripts were entered in the Screenwriting and TV Writing contests combined, making Script Pipeline one of the leading companies reviewing spec material. Our intent: to circulate exceptional material industry-wide, support our writers long-term, and help launch careers.

“I cannot underestimate the impact that Script Pipeline has had on my writing career. Winning the contest directly led to my new representation, which in turn led to working with studios.”
- Tripper Clancy, Screenwriting Contest Winner (Shedd, The Ambassadors)

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TV Writing Competition

The 8th Annual Script Pipeline TV Writing Contest is searching for the next extraordinary television writer. As a community of aspiring TV writers continue to prove their skills with both specs and original pilots, the level of talent has skyrocketed–and the demand for more quality TV material is higher than ever before. Facilitating connections between new writers and leading TV producers, managers, and agencies has proven remarkably successful, with numerous Pipeline writers finding elite representation and gaining crucial introductions to otherwise impossible-to-reach industry execs.

"Script Pipeline is a great resource for writers who have either won or been runners-up in their contests. They held on to my pilot script [Breathers] and were instrumental in getting it into the hands of producers several years later."
- Will Wallace, TV Writing Contest Finalist

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