2013 Winner and Finalists
Demain, Je Me Tue
In Tokyo, four strangers in life find a bond in death.
The Winner receives $10,000.
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The four Finalists each receive a $2000 cash prize.
A Cat’s Tale by Kendal Alexander Whitlock
Yeo, a senior citizen security guard stuck in a perpetual state of mourning his wife and son, meets a neighbor girl and soon finds himself in the middle of a Singaporean underworld, attempting to expose the murderer of the girl’s cat.
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Dead Dolores by Michael Yagnow
As a grieving frontier sheriff succumbs to madness, his unseasoned deputy is forced to confront a pile of corpses and a troubled young barber who possesses an unnatural and homicidal obsession with the suitors of his gorgeous twin sister.
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Giants of the Valley by Bryce Wolfgang Joiner
Theodore Tuttleberg, once the tallest man on earth, forms a bond with a morbidly obese recluse whom he saves from death, but when he seeks to make him famous he almost kills the soul of his one true friend.
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We Lost Grace by Michael Quintana
On the eve of their anniversary, while still coping with the death of their next door neighbor, a married couple tries to adjust to their daughter’s return home, and the truths they learn along the way.
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Best Screenplay from outside the USA, UK and Canada $1000
Hand Lit Match by Rachael BernSousa & Mary Lusted
Best Screenplay from the UK $1000
Knock-Out by Christopher Brown
Thanks to all the writers for their submissions! We received a record 3391 submissions.
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2013 Joplin and Cordelia Finalists