Don't just sit there watching horror films, you could be writing your own. Inspire the writer in you and write a short horror film.
ENTER THE 2022 FRIGHTWRITE SCREAMPLAY COMPETITION! Details TBA in June 2022.
Jeff Winkelman, Frightfilm Competition Partner, congratulates Christian Appleby, winner 2021 Frightwrite Best Screamplay.
"Dead is Better"
Adam Rawls, 2021 Frightwrite Competition: Horror Concept category, Second Place winner.
CHRISTIAN APPLEBY wrote the best screamplay.
"OUT IN THE OPEN DOING NOTHING"
PAUL FIERST wrote the second place screamplay.
ANGIE SCHAROLD submitted the best horror concept in her screamplay.
"MS. JOY'S COOKIES"
KENNETH D. ALLEN II submitted the second place in his screamplay
Enter the Frightfilm sponsored
FRIGHTWRITE SCREAMPLAY COMPETITION.
In just 13 pages or less, scare the pants off your fellow screenwriters. And maybe set the stage for the Frightfilm Competition 2021.
The first 10 submissions will receive feedback from our judges. Including a basic analysis of what worked and what could benefit from improvement.
Include the three elements in your screamplay.
1-Describe a main character in just one sentence spoken by another character.
2- Include a flashback
3- As always, include a line from a famous horror film. And list that film in your required brief synopsis.
Then you'll have a month to write your winning screenplay.
The first, and second winners will receive trophies. The writers of the top two winning screenplays can also enter the Frightfilm Competition 2021 free of charge if they use their winning screamplays.
Watch last year's Frightfilm entries for inspiration.
Register now and begin writing.
One month to create your story. Then write your screenplay. Then, review, revise and rewrite until it's right.
Your PDF files must be sent to email@example.com by end of day.
Frightwrite awards will e presented at the Frightfilm Competition 2021 Kickoff.