The Script Showcase is an International script and writers competition.
Since 2016, we awarded 107 winners and selected an additional 387 authors.
The Great, a gleefully garish new series from The Favourite writer.
Created by Oscar nominee Tony McNamara, a retelling of Catherine the Great extends the film’s sharp, anachronistic absurdity into a patchy 10-hour series.
Read Steve Zaillian’s Screenplay For Netflix’s Martin Scorsese Mob Epic here.
Washington and Pattinson said the screenplay was kept so secretive that they were only permitted to read it once while locked in a room.
Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women,” which she wrote and directed for Sony Pictures, is one of the great film achievements of the year. To give her film an epic scope — which it has — Gerwig drew from Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel, Alcott’s life and letters, and her own (seamlessly incorporated) original material.
Rian Johnson’s Knives Out is a cinematic tribute to Agatha Christie that deftly updates the classic all-star whodunit.
Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story is a contemplation of love and an earnest exploration of how to move on when a relationship ends. It’s also one of the best screenplays of the year, if not the decade, with lots of valuable lessons for screenwriters and filmmakers everywhere.
The Script Showcase is an International script and authors competition. Since 2016, we awarded 67 winners and selected an additional 244 authors as finalists, semi finalists or quarter finalists.
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