Screenwriters Forum seeking ideas for possible screenplays

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The Wisconsin Screenwriters Forum has launched the 2011 From Concept to Script competition, which provides opportunity for screen writers to reach the forum’s network of Hollywood screenwriters. 
WSF president Ken Miyamoto is a former Sony studio reader and is currently a represented and working screenwriter.
“This exclusive competition has no sponsors. No trips to Hollywood. No big cash prizes,” said Miyamoto. “The prize for participants, from the first round to the final, is access to the film industry, instant consideration by true power players within the studio system.”
The competition allows WSF members to develop a high concept project for major studio consideration, Miyamoto said. 
“They’re looking for the next big idea. They’re looking for the next high concept project to develop for a major movie studio, be it a tent pole action franchise, thriller, suspense, mystery, sci-fi,  horror, comedy, or inspiring drama,” said Miyamoto.
The competition will last for one year and will be developed first from loglines to final drafts to scripts, he said. 
The competition is free, but participants need to be a member of the Wisconsin Screenwriters Forum.

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