In this video, BlueCat Founder and Judge Gordy Hoffman discusses what to do if there are similar screenplays in the market. At some point in your screenwriting career, you’ll get into writing a screenplay and notice that the movie you are currently writing is more or less already being made. That’s why it is important to do your research before and while you are writing. Should you abandon your project? If you’re looking to sell it, most likely. Agents will not be interested in product that has already hit the market. However, there are less-commercial options available for salvaging your writing.
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Founded by writer Gordy Hoffman, the BlueCat Screenplay Competition has been discovering and developing writers for over twenty years. Each writer who enters BlueCat is guaranteed a written analysis by one of our talented readers, in the hopes of providing constructive feedback that will help you grow as a writer.