Movie Title Contest

 

 

2014 Winners 

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

All entries submitted by August 1st were eligible.

Out of the 1,847 submissions BlueCat has received, we selected the top three as our Winners. Each will receive a cash prize of $250. In alphabetical order:

A Love So Loud  by Heather Ferrell

Lies To Get Laid By  by Torkjell Stromme

The Sunny Side Of Down  by Luke Nuto

 

It was an especially difficult year this year with all the considerable titles we have received. Congratulations to our three winners and thanks to everyone who submitted!

 

Finalists

A Love So Loud by Heather Ferrell
Fat Year by Marcy Jarreau & Jessica Stickles
Lies To Get Laid By by Torkjell Stromme
My Purple Bicycle Of Insanity by Curtis Torchia
Nobody In My Family Has Sex by Carol C. Farrand
Strange Dick by Matthew Kennedy
Take Your Grandma To Work Day by David Ngo
The Devil’s Jokebook by Phil Clarke Jr.
The Sunny Side Of Down by Luke Nuto
There Is A Trampoline At The Bottom Of The Well by Dejan Stankovic

 

Semi-Finalists

A Love So Loud by Heather Ferrell
A Second Last Breath by Amanda Crieglow
American Buddha by Andrew Quinn
Asshole By Choice by Anil Gonnabathula
Backstabbing Betty by Kimberley Sutton
Blind And Dangerous by Leon Tidwell
Bury ‘Em Deep by Stephen L. Stafford
BUTT by Josh Bassett
Children Of The Sky by Jamie Duneier
Coney Island Whitefish by Bart Teracino & Dan Spellacy
Conquistador by Liam Goulding
Dating Picasso by Nicole Barrett
Drinking In Church by Kieran Angelini
Drunken Rat Bastards by Luis Cordoba
Fat Year by  Marcy Jarreau & Jessica Stickles
Fountain Of Ruth by Dante Savoy Love
From Somewhere by Tim Shaw
Guns And Butter by Adam Vander Schaaf
He Was A Teenage Sex Demon! by Scott Mooney
Hush The Moon Is Sleeping by John Preuss
If The Trees Could Talk by Michael Weinstein
In Between the Shades of Truth by Delilah Karenina Gámez
Killing Dolph Lundgren by Billy Good & Adam Kowal
Lies To Get Laid By by Torkjell Stromme
Motor City Burning by Sean O’Reilly
My Purple Bicycle of Insanity by Curtis Torchia
Nobody In My Family Has Sex by Carol C. Farrand
Once Before I Knew You by David Anthony
Pretty Ugly Things by Kate Maracle
Requiem For A Beauty Queen by Wayne Coughlin
Rolling Dark by Paul J. Williams
Southern Discomfort by Matt Torina
Strange Dick by Matthew Kennedy
Superheroine And Her Father by Terezia Kontova
Take Your Grandma To Work Day by David Ngo
The Devil’s Jokebook by Phil Clarke Jr.
The Graveyard Girl by Jamie Michael Perrington
The Incredible Frog Boy Is On The Loose Again by Zach Jansen
The Postman’s Letter by Ellen Johnson
The Sunny Side of Down by Luke Nuto
The Zombie Psychic by Gary Phillips
There’s A Trampoline At The Bottom Of The Well by Dejan Stankovic
Tina Fey Is My Friend by Melissa Kong
Turn Your Head And Cough by Barry Kelly
Unplugging Aunt Vera by Angela Page
Walking Cities by Anna Abrashina
Winning Isn’t Anything by Rich Ehrenreich
Yankee Doodle Dandy, Mon by Debra Ehrhardt
You Don’t Know Dick by Christine Lucas
Zen and the Supermarket Sample Lady by Scott Burton

 

 

 

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: 

 

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