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Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Los Angeles
PAGE Award-winning Screenwriter Wins Hollywood F.A.M.E. Award
PAGE Award-winning Screenwriter
Wins Hollywood F.A.M.E. Award
2008 PAGE Award winner Lisa Cole recently received a Hollywood F.A.M.E. Award for Rock Doc of the Year for her VH1 documentary DO IT FOR THE BAND. Lisa currently has a new feature in development with her husband, Mark Monroe, who won this year’s Academy Award for his documentary THE COVE.
Over the past six years, the Judges of The PAGE International Screenwriting Awards competition have developed a reputation for discovering and promoting some of the most talented new screenwriters from across the country and around the world. Since receiving their prizes, many PAGE Award winners have gone on to land screenwriting assignments, secure representation, and sign option agreements on their scripts, and several now have movies and television shows in various stages of production and release.
In the latest news:
2006 Silver Prize winner Sang Kyu Kim is now a story editor on the TNT series HAWTHORNE, starring Jada Pinkett Smith. Sang wrote the upcoming season’s third episode “Road Narrows,” which will air this July.The Final Entry Deadline for The 2010 PAGE International Screenwriting Awards competition is Saturday, May 15th. This year the PAGE Judges will once again be presenting a total of 31 Awards in ten different genre categories. The winning screenwriters will receive a total of over $50,000 in Cash and Prizes – including a huge $25,000 Grand Prize – as well as extensive publicity and industry exposure for their winning scripts.
Most importantly, the PAGE Awards competition is judged entirely by working professionals in the film and television industry, so all contestants have the opportunity to get their work into the hands of Hollywood insiders currently in search of new talent.
For more information about this year’s PAGE Awards competition, please visit: www.pageawards.com
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