Every competition we disclose all the producers and managers that have requested tv material from us.
John Fogel has requested all the 9 winners.
Sheree Guitar has requested the 9 winners.
Andrew Hersh has requested to read the Top 9 winners.
Julie Nickerson has requested all 9 winners.
Jana Fain at Big Light has requested to read all the winners.
Steve Crawford has requested to read all the winners.
Marisa Johnston has requested to read all the winners.
Jim Strader has requested to read all the winners.
Brad Kushner has requested to read all the winners.
Rashad Raisani has requested to read the Top 9 winners.
Ed Piersa has requested to read the Top 9 winners.
Creative Screenwriting Magazine has interviewed Mark Andrushko about the success of the TV competition.
Sharif Ali has requested to read pilots for the television competition.
United Talent Agency has requested to read all the winners.
Producer Robert Lawrence has requested to read all the winners.
Colin O’Reily has requested to be a judge for the competition.
Scott Gray has won a 2003 Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Children's Animated Program for the TV series, IMAGINATION MOVERS. “Winning the competition helped get me to the top of some industry “to read” piles, and I was able to sign with CAA,” says Scott.
Barbara Schwartz has won a 2003 Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Children's Animated Program for the TV series, RUGRATS, produced by Klasky Csupo. Her animation work is a direct result of her finalist placement in the Scriptapalooza TV competition.
Parkway Productions requests Pilots in sitcom format.
CBS development requests Pilots and 1 hour spec scripts.
Michael Besman, a producer with Ballyhoo, requests TV material. Their credits include ‘Seven Years In Tibet’.
World famous skater Tony Hawk, and his production company has requested to read the winners of the TV competition. They have a deal with ESPN.
Elizabeth Clark, spec script of Just Shoot Me "Did You Hear He Almost Died" has received attention from A Happy Place who requested Elizabeth's contact info.
Writers,Danny Sugar, Pierre Elrick, Judith Murray, Brandon Burkhart and Cornelius M. Peter will have their work read by Klasky-Csupo. This production company is a champion of fresh new talent.
Gersh agency has requested all the winners from all 3 categories. As a bonus for the writer and a requirement by Gersh, the Pilot winners also submitted a spec script as another sample of their writing.
Stephen Salada's Smallville spec script "Something Wicked" has Gersh agent wanting to read more of his work.
Valerie McCaffrey has joined our stellar list of participants. She has deals with New Line Cinema and Newmarket Capital Group.
MTV request to see TV winners.
Scriptapalooza is proud to be the only screenwriting competition featured in Entertainment Weekly's special collector's issue "How To Break Into ShowBiz". Scriptapalooza was contacted in August by Entertainment Weekly staff writer Noah Robischon, for more information on the company and the past winners. Mr. Robischon's article "Surfing Into ShowBiz" features the top companies that help filmmakers, writers, actors , musicians and execs break into the entertainment business online. Scriptapalooza is featured with such companies as iFilmPro, Amazon and Zoetrope Virtual Studios.
Epstein-Wyckoff, a literary agency have come onboard to read the top winners of the Scriptapalooza TV competition.
Klasky-Csupo has given Barbara Schwartz a development deal, who was one of Scriptapalooza's finalists, she wrote Dharma & Greg "Benefit of the Doubtful".
They requested to read all of the 1/2 hour winners and finalists, plus 'Slim and the Boys' (animated sitcom).
The article features 4 Hollywood companies, January issue, Page 11.
Marc Platt Productions and Infinity Management Group request to see the TV winners.