Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest

The Rules

All persons entering the Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest must adhere to the following Competition Rules:

All intellectual property rights, ownership, and title to entries submitted remain the property of the entrant.  We assume no rights to your work.

Entries must be submitted via FilmFreeway in any of the following formats: .PDF, Final Draft, Movie Magic, Rich Text Format, or Microsoft Word.

Writers who reside in countries other than the United States are welcome to enter the contest.

All scripts must be submitted in English.

Entry fees must be paid in U.S. dollars.

Entry in the competition is void where prohibited by law.

All online script entries must be under 10MB in file size.

Writers of all ages are eligible to enter the competition, provided that entry does not violate any laws in your jurisdiction.

Substitutions of new drafts or corrected pages will not be accepted. If you wish to submit a new draft you will need to enter the script again and pay the appropriate fee.

Competition judges, readers, employees of The Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest, and their immediate friends and families, are not eligible to enter the contest.

Screenplays must be the original work of the author, although we do accept adaptations of existing works.

Screenplays that have been produced, sold or optioned are still eligible for entry.

The decisions of the judges are final.

We suggest scripts be written in standard 12-point font.

Screenplays will not be returned. Please ensure you keep a copy.

The Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest is not responsible for late or lost submissions.  

Pages must be numbered, not including the title page.

Once an entry payment has been processed we cannot provide a refund.

Please include a title page on your entry with the following contact information: title of your script, name of the author(s), telephone number and email address.

We notify all winners and official finalists by email at the conclusion of the contest at the address provided by the entrant at the time of entry.  It is your responsibility to make sure we have your current contact information.

It is the winners' responsibility to redeem corresponding prizes from us or any third party sponsors or partners by responding to our winners notification email in a timley fashion with your current mailing address or any additional requested contact information.  Prizes that go unredeemed after 90 days from the conclusion of the contest will not be delivered.

By submitting your work to the contest, you agree that you have read and understand all of the contest rules and agree to hold us, our company, our employees, and partners harmless from all claims or liabilities.

Scripts should adhere to the following length guidelines:

  • Feature Scripts: 70 - 150 pages
  • Short Scripts: Under 70 pages
  • Television Scripts: 20 - 75 pages
  • Stage Plays: 20-120 pages
  • Treatments / Concepts: Under 10 pages


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