1st Place: Paul Coleman “Franny & Clarkbar” Genre: Romance, 92 pages, Logline: When two humans break up, their dogs go on an epic journey to reunite.
2nd: Al Easter “The Brothers” Genre: Family drama, 95 pages, Logline: A boy spending Christmas at his older brother’s college makes disheartening discoveries about his once-admired sibling.
3rd: Tim Franz “Finding Mr. Fabulous” Genre: Romantic Comedy, 107 pages, Logline: A divorcée must navigate the wonderful world of online dating in order to find Mr. Fabulous.
Well done and keep writing!
SWW’s feature contest focuses on low-budget scripts that can be produced for no more than $250k somewhere in Minnesota. Prizes include cash, a public staged script reading, and written feedback.