Grand Prize Winner!
Felsbrocken by Martin King
Welcome to Valhalla by Karl Mather
The Prosecutor's Witness by Donald Ray Schwart
Ripley of Valor by RB Atkinson
Bitter Beans by Grietje Fortuin
The Freedom Ring by Michael Soussan
Love Thy Neighbor Jean Buschman
First and Ten by Carl Chambers
The Fixer by Tom Holloway
Camouflage by Christopher Willis
Revive Us Again by Sandra Reed
Three Rivers by Sarah Stusek
The Scarecrow by Gemma Paul
Triangle by Akiva Penaloza
Grand Prize Winner!
She's Unexpecting By Angela Vaut
Perigee Heart by Robert Languedoc
Sideshow Bandit by Marie Wilson
Beauty Possessed by Ben Lokey
Nice Trick by Justin Jackson
Katharine to Tesla, Faithfully Yours Written by Natalie Paige Bentley
Honour by Richard Sloggett
Exposed by Sheri Davenport and Lois Norman
The O’Malley by John F. Sarno
Connecting by Tristan McIntosh
The Bliss Killer by LeLe Park
WWJD by Samuel Garza Bernstein
Committed by T.N.D.
Richer than a White Man by Christine Stevens DeLorenzo
At the Mercy of Faith by Samuel Lee Taylor
2018 Grand Prize Winner!
Rest in Pain by Valerie Dalena and Mike Fuhrmann
Verrater by Randa Karambelas
Please Gentlemen, Ask Me Who I Am by Cinzia Gagliardi
Remembering Liz by Joan Beilstein
How To Address An Envelope by Alex Lyras
The Island of Blooming Stones by Russell Beneke
Dinner in Hyde Park by Jon Silver
Kaffarah (Atonement) by Tom Rossi
Redbone by Ned Eckhardt
Running Blind by John T Frederick
Snowfall by Robert Languedoc
Black Easter Resurrection by Jim Carroll
My Mother Murdered My Father by Josephine A. Perry
Breaking Faith by Jocelyn Jones
Luana by Danielle Erlich
The staff I have interacted with at NY Metro Screenwriting Competition has been fantastic. They are respectful and encouraging. They are truly supporting screenwriters. I would recommend this competition!
Outstanding contest experience driven by individuals looking for the best screenplays.
Friendly, positive and fantastic at feedback - I would recommend these guys to everyone.
One belongs to New York instantly, one belongs to it as much in five minutes as in five years.
Winter 2017 Grand Prize Winner!
Cadeby by David Keogh
Winter 2017 Finalists
Circled In Red by James Byrne
Legacy by Danielle Erlich
Winter 2017 Semi-Finalists
Single Bullet Theory by Mike Bencivenga
How Bout Now by Daniel Gold
Motorhead by Luke Butler
Stranger Things by Ana Ziegler Loes
Armor by Bryant Daluz
Hudson River Crossing by Demetra Kareman
The Kosher Mutiny by Jim Norman
The Program by John Ravitz
Represent! bu Todd Serlin
Immigrant by Doug Peake
Parousia by Todd Sorrell
Post Mortem by Travis Carr
The Kid from Brooklyn by John Jack McGuire
Chlora & Phyll by Rowan Meyer
The Hippies Saved Physics by Henry Charles Montgomery and Amy Montgomery
Oh, Mighty River by Dan Ritter
Get Smacked by George Basiev
The Kid Next Door by Jim Norman
Gotta Itch for Mitch by Janice Haas
The Gentrifiers by Jared R. Goodman and Philip Aceto
Blame it on Warhol by Dan Corter
The Italian Vacation by Claudia Marinelli
Michelangelo by Roberto Lemos
Black Sheep by Janelle H
"Cool festival! They asked me if I could get my script to anyone who would it be. So I gave them a producer's name and now she's reading my script. What a cool prize! i wish everyone could be a winner."
"Janet Lee was always available and was so enthusiastic (as was Jerrol LeBaron , of InkTip, one of the sponsors) when informing me of my second place award. Overall, an enjoyable experience."
"Really positive festival. I'm glad I submitted."
Summer 2017 Grand Prize Winner!
Cal Athan Hawk Moon
Summer 2017 Finalists
Jeff McMahon New Deli
Brian Weakland The Kingmaker
Over the great bridge, with sunlight through the girders making a constant flicker upon the moving cars, with the city rising up across the river in white heaps and sugar lumps all built with a wish out of non-olfactory money. The city seen for the first time, in its first wild promise of all the mystery and the beauty in the world.