Grande Stories Screenplay Competition is the newest contest in the series of festivals co-produced by Siren Productions Media, LLC.

This quarterly competition is for both short and feature-length original screenplays.

SEASON ONE (Winter 2022) 

Accepting submissions until November 30, 2022
Finalists announced Dec. 30, 2022
Winners announced Jan 15, 2023


Finalists - Custom Laurels (digital)
Winners - Trophy (physical) and Custom Laurels (digital)


Submissions that do not follow the rules will be disqualified.  Refunds are not issued to disqualified submissions, so please make sure that your entry is compliant with the competition rules before submitting.

1. All entries must be written in English.

2. All entries must be sent via FilmFreeway. Please do not send any hard copies or  downloadable files to us directly.

3. Title Pages are not counted as part of the total page count of a submission.

4. Entries are assigned to judges shortly after they have been received, so any updated drafts should be submitted as a separate entry. If you change the files on your original submission after entering this competition, we cannot guarantee that the newer one will be the one that is evaluated by the jury.

5. All entries must be original works. No sequels, prequels, “fan films” or adaptations unless adapted from the film-maker’s own original story/novel or a work that is the public domain. (For example, a re-imagining of "The Monkey's Paw" is acceptable while a speculative sequel to "Hereditary" would not be.)

6. There is no age restriction on screenplays. but they must be un-produced and not under option at the time of the competition.

7. Only the writer may submit.  The person submitting a project to this competition affirms that he/she is the writer of the work and he/she remains responsible before the law. In the case of multiple writers, only one need to submit the work but all authors must be credited on the entry and have agreed to enter this competition.

8. You agree to indemnify and hold us harmless from any claim made by you or any third party due to or arising out of project(s) you submit to this competition. You understand that there are thousands of film-makers, writers and other artists and the similarities in story, characters, etc... of two or more submissions are certainly a possibility. The contest directors and judges will not knowingly share your submission with any third party.

9. The jury decisions are final and may not be disputed.
10. Submission fees must be in U.S. dollars. These fees are non-refundable, even in the case of disqualification or withdrawal of an entry. There are no exceptions to this policy. 
11.  We do not offer student discounts or hardship waivers for the submission fees. There are absolutely no exceptions to this policy.
12. You may submit more than one project, but each must be submitted with a separate fee. There are no discounts for multiple submissions.

No comments:

Post a Comment