This contest has been designed to test the mettle of the 1st 10 pages, of any script, in any genre. We're looking for a tightly written, fluently paced opening that whets our appetite and leaves us longing for more… Sounds easy right? Can you prove your script has what it takes? Enter if you dare…
One unique feature of this competition is that we provide constructive feedback for every entrant. A scorecard will be issued for each regular entry, or you can opt for the Scorecard & Coverage option, which will provide you with detailed notes suggesting how to improve the first ten pages of your script.
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TZIPAC is proud to launch the inaugural Live, Love and Laughter photography competition. This is the first in our series of charity based events. For us at TZIPAC, an important facet of photography is rooted in reflecting and exalting over our every day life, its many beauties and great diversity in ways of life around the world. Unicef, whose’s mission is to create a better world for our children, who are undoubtedly the most deserving of a chance to live, love and laugh. As such, we will be donating 100% of the net proceeds from this competition to UNICEF New Zealand. So please, join us, share with us your personal vision of life, love and laughter and, at the same time, help us to make a difference to the community.
After the huge success of our photography competition, GetLenses are once again giving away £500 worth of vouchers to spend on photography equipment from Amazon.co.uk. Entering is easy… Simply send us a photograph you have taken of a sight or object that reminds you of an eye. This could be anything a cloud in the sky, the froth on your coffee cup, or even water draining through a plughole. If you think it looks like an eye, we want to see it. The more imaginative, the better. So get your creative cap on and get snapping! Submit your photograph to firstname.lastname@example.org, along with a brief explanation of what you’ve seen in the photograph and where it was taken. Don’t forget to include your name, address, telephone number and email address. The competition will from now on be ongoing, with a new winner being picked every three months.
It is that time of year again, folks! Applications to be part of Fosters So You Think You’re Funny? are now open! If you’re new to stand up comedy, haven’t been performing regularly before June 2013 and think you might have a pretty active funny bone, maybe it’s time you applied for Fosters So You Think You’re Funny?
Fosters So You Think You’re Funny? is the leading amateur comedy competition in the UK and has seen the likes of Peter Kay, Lee Mack, Sarah Millican, Johnny Vegas, Dylan Moran and Jack Whitehall as winners and finalists in previous years.
The Competition’s Showcases are held throughout UK and Ireland during May and June and dates will be release as soon as possible and will be announced on our website and all social media sites.
We are delighted to invite FREE entries for the National Poetry Anthology.
The competition aims to encourage more people to write poetry.
It's open to all UK residents, young or old.
Over 250 winners are selected every year, each one representing a different UK town or area.
All winners are published in the anthology and all receive a FREE copy of the book. Send up to THREE poems on any subject up to 25 lines (including blank lines) and 160 words each
Either send your entries via post, to: United Press Ltd, Admail 3735, London, EC1B 1JB; email them to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or enter online via http://www.unitedpress.co.uk/submit-poetry-online/
Can you write a prizewinning poem?
That’s what we are asking in this free competition. There’s a £100 prize to the winner and the best of the rest will be published.
The title of the competition is Do The Write Thing but your entry doesn’t have to be a poem on a fixed subject – you can let your imagination run free.
Your entry must be something you haven’t sent to us before.
We can allow you to submit up to three poems but, if you prefer you can send only one.
Either send your entries via post, to: United Press Ltd, Admail 3735, London, EC1B 1JB; email them to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the Bridport Prize is to encourage emerging writers and promote literary excellence through its competition structure.
The Bridport Prize was founded by Bridport Arts Centre in 1973 and has steadily grown in stature and prestige. Right from the start the competition attracted entries from all parts of the UK and from overseas.
Over £15,000 in prize money
One of the richest writing competitions in the UK, the Bridport Prize is open to all nationalities aged 16 years and over.
The poem and short story categories each have a first prize of £5,000, second prize £1,000 and third prize £500. An additional 10 supplementary prizes (for each category) of £50 each are awarded.
A new category for flash fiction with a prize of £1,000 was launched in 2010. There is a second prize of £500, 3rd prize of £250 and 3 supplementary prizes of £25.
A stylish modern world boy.. ..
I can’t ignore her existence.
Tears of bright grey.
Law of motion.
Finally it’s quiet for a second
Dark and incorrect.
But my heart