PAGE International Screenwriting Awards

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The PAGE International Screenwriting Awards competition was founded in 2003 by an alliance of Hollywood producers, agents, and development executives to discover and promote up-and-coming new screenwriters from around the world.

In October of each year, the PAGE Judges present 31 Awards and a total of over $50,000 in cash and prizes in ten different genre categories. After receiving their awards, many PAGE winners have gone on to build successful careers in the film and television industry, including:

Grand Prize Winners[edit]

  • 2017: Jane by Kendell Courtney Klein
  • 2016: Changelings by Diane Hanks
  • 2015: Immaculate by Gareth Smith
  • 2014: Carnival by Matias Caruso
  • 2013: Leavenworth by Brooke Eikmeier
  • 2012: The Unraveling by Tobin Addington
  • 2011: Escape by Pat White
  • 2010: Supercat! by R. Scott Shields
  • 2009: Progeny by Mehul Desai
  • 2008: Honor Bound by Mike Amato
  • 2007: Solomon’s Whale by John Arends
  • 2006: Warmonger, Inc. by Scott LaCagnin
  • 2005: X-Mas Files by Larry Postel
  • 2004: Monkey River by Laurie Weltz & Jay C. Key

In addition, Gold, Silver and Bronze Prizes are presented in ten different genre categories:

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