Movie Title Contest

 

10 DAYS UNTIL

THE MOVIE TITLE CONTEST

DEADLINE

 

Every year, the BlueCat Screenplay Competition holds a Movie Title Contest for all of our early screenplay submissions.

 

All entries submitted to BlueCat by AUGUST 1st will be eligible.

 

Our TOP 3 favorite titles will each receive a cash prize of $250!

 

All scripts submitted by the Movie Title Deadline of Aug 1st will receive their script analysis by Oct 1st. 

 

SUBMIT YOUR SCREENPLAY

 

Special Early Entry Fee: $60 Features, $40 Shorts

 

 

MOVIE TITLE CONTEST

Three Winners: $250 each

All screenplays entered by August 1 are eligible

 

BEST FEATURE SCREENPLAY

$15,000 Grand Prize

Four Finalists

$2500 Prize

 

BEST SHORT SCREENPLAY

$10,000 Grand Prize

Three Finalists

$1500 Prize

 

THE CORDELIA AWARD

Best Feature Screenplay from the UK

$1500 Prize

 

THE JOPLIN AWARD

Best Feature Screenplay from outside the USA, Canada or the UK

$1500 Prize

 

 

2014 Movie Title Contest Winners

A Love So Loud  by Heather Ferrell

Lies To Get Laid By  by Torkjell Stromme

The Sunny Side Of Down  by Luke Nut 

 

2013 Winners

Alcohol Was Involved by Casey Huckel

Minimizing Cows (How to Shrink Friends and Influence Cattle) by Ross Konikoff

Vlad the Inhaler! by Mark Lysgaard

 

2012 Winners

Army of None by Craig J. Swindell

Clinically Dad by Leo McGough

Flirtility by Kate Bennis and Nina Freedman

 

2010 Winners

Fall In Love, Damnit by Kamal Moo

To Live, Press 1 by Stephen Hoover

Champagne with the Socialists by Robert L Thompsett

Funemployment by Perry Patterson

 

Having trouble finding the right title for your screenplay?  Read our full article from the Screenwriting Help section: 

 

American screenwriting legend Robert McKee.

Naming Your Baby: How to Find a Great Title to your Screenplay

 

How exactly does one work on the title of their screenplay? I recently came up with such a wonderful idea for a movie, one of those miraculous moments, like finding money on the sidewalk. I told somebody, and they said, “Great. What’s the title?” Suddenly, and rather horrifyingly, my beauty of an idea is crippled. Instant orphaned bastard! You wanna strangle the person. You feel insulted. What’s the title!? Why would you even ask that, like, right after I told you this incredible gem?        

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