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Winners of the 2016 Silent River Screenplay Competition Announced

07-18-2016 10:32 AM CET | Arts & Culture

Press release from: Silent River Film and Literary Society

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Silent River Screenplay Competiotion

Silent River Screenplay Competiotion

"Silent River Film and Literally Society" is thrilled to announce the winners of the 2016 "Silent River Screenplay Competition."

The winner in the Feature Screenplay Category is - FIRE ON ICE, by Courtney Charles Suttle.

The winner in the Short Screenplay Category is - THE END, by Kelly Jean Karam.

RECOGNITION

The winner of the Feature Screenplay will be receiving the "River Scroll Award" that includes a Trophy, Certificate and in-kind prizes valued $500.

The winner of the Short Screenplay will be receiving the "River Scribble Award", that includes a Trophy, Certificate and in-kind prizes valued $500.

Both winners will also be receiving in-kind prizes by Final Draft, the sponsor of the 2016 Silent River Screenplay Competition.

We want to congratulate both winners as well the Finalists and Semifinalist of our 2016 competition. We also want to thank all other contestants for entering our screenplays competition in 2016.

2017 Silent River Screenplay Competition call for entry to be opened soon on Withoutabox, Filmfreeway and International Screenwriters' Association.

Established with a vision to celebrate literature and the art of cinema, the “Silent River Film and Literary Society” (SRFLS), a non-profit organization offers special programming of films and literature year-round and organizes the Silent River Screenplay Competition annually.

For more information contact:
Kalpna Singh-Chitnis

931 Monte Vista, Irvine, CA 92602 USA
Phone: 949-394-5148
Email:info@silentriverfimandliteraysociety.org
www.silentriverfilmandliteraysociety.org
www.silentriverfilmandliterarysociety.org/screenplay-competition

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