Author Archive | Script Pipeline

2006 Screenwriting Contest Finalists

Grand Prize Winners Control;Alt;Delete by David Flores Fragile by Eric Maran Spy Camp by Frank Naccarato Tucker by Travis Simmons Finalists Bad Girl by Dave Richards Cougar Run by Sean Kelly Dark Mission by Mark Marinovich Davinci’s Angels by Baron Brady Home by Matthew Allen Infected by Steve Nolan Last Arrow of Eros by Michael Starrbury The Macabre World of Lavendar Williams by Nicolas Del Gado The […]

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Creative Screenwriting Reviews Script Pipeline Competition in 2006

by Peter Clines April, 2006 SCRIPT P.I.M.P. (aka Script Pipeline) SCREENWRITING COMPETITION Now heading into its third year, the Script P.I.M.P. (Pipeline Into Motion Pictures) Screenwriting Competition sprung out of a recurring complaint Chadwick Clough was hearing in his online community. “Our writer clients continued to express their frustration with smaller screenplay competitions and we […]

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AMC’s Sunday Morning Shootout Recommends Script Pipeline

Discussing script coverage, producer Peter Bart remarked Script Pipeline (formerly Script P.I.M.P.) as his favorite. Since 2003, development and consultation services from Script Pipeline have linked over 100 writers to the industry, with numerous feature screenplays and TV pilots optioned, sold, and produced. As of 2016, Pipeline alumni have sold over $6 million in specs to studios and have written […]

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2004 Screenwriting Contest Finalists

Grand Prize Winners Daughters of the Groom by Catherine Modesitt Hero of the Day by Andrew Cannistra Jane by Geetika Lizardi Miss Havana by Kathleen Monahan and Duba Leibell Finalists Afterlight by Paul May Borrowed Time by Pete Schnell Colter’s Hell by Robin Russin Dark House by Kerry Dye Dead Man’s Hand by James Vejvoda The Domain by Michael Raymond Duty’s Call by Paul Bruno and […]

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Hollywood Reporter Mentions Script Pipeline in 2003

The Hollywood Reporter October 2003 View PDF of article *Script Pipeline was formerly Script P.I.M.P. Hollywood is legendary in its ability to make firings difficult for unproven screenwriters. So perhaps it’s only natural that dozens if not hundreds of internet sites sprang quickly to action to help struggling writers get their scripts read by the […]

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