Saturday, February 23, 2008

2008 British Short Screenplay Competition Seeking Entries

In its seventh year, the British Short Screenplay Competition (BSSC) is now open for entries. As film-producer and director, Stephen Woolley has said, "Without a great script you're nowhere, this is the backbone of a film and I think we ignore and misrepresent how important screenwriters are." In the absence of a platform for young screenwriters, Arif Hussein, chairman and CEO of Kaos Films launched the BSSC in 2001.

The BSSC is the only place that offers writers' access to the A-list of the British Film Industry. Film makers such as Kenneth Branagh, Sir Alan Parker and Stephen Woolley are all on the eminent judging panel, and each personally reads the final scripts.

The BSSC Live Action is now accepting submissions for the 2008 competition: early deadline is 28th March 2008, and the final deadline is 28th June 2008.


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