TSA members make strong contest showings

Tennessee Screenwriting Association members have placed in several contests this summer. Check out these awesome success stories:

JEFFREY CHASE‘s feature script, “The Penetration Expert,” advanced to the quarterfinals round of the Nashville Film Fest in the Genre Feature category. The script — along with a second, “Phone Man,” — also placed in the top 100 of the Table Read My Screenplay Contest.

PAULA PHELPS WEAVER‘s feature script “The Lion in Winter County” advanced to the quarterfinals round of the Nashville Film Fest in the Tennessee Writers category.

G ROBERT FRAZIER‘s comedy pilot, “Bill Fisher’s Trading Post,”  advanced to the semifinals round of the 2020 Nashville Film Fest in the Tennessee Writers category.

JAY WRIGHT‘s short horror script, “The Siren,” advanced to the semifinals round of the 2020 Nashville Film Fest in the Tennessee Writers category

MARK NACCARATO‘s drama pilot, “The Exodusters,” was a finalist in the 2020 Nashville Film Fest in the Tennessee Writers category. The script is also a quarterfinalist in the ScreenCraft TV Pilot Contest.

IRISH JOHNSTON‘s short script, “Seismic Attraction,” advanced to the semifinals round of the 2020 Nashville Film Fest in the Shorts category

“Kings of Mississippi” by JAY WRIGHT & G ROBERT FRAZIER  advanced to the semifinals round of The Script Lab screenwriting competition, making it one of the top 300 scripts out of almost 13,400 entries.

TOM WOOD’s screenplay, “A Night on the Town,”  co-written by Michael J. Tucker, advanced to the semifinals of the Southeastern International Film Festival. The script was a finalist in the Peachtree Village International Film Festival. Tom’s script, “Death Takes a Holliday,” is a semifinalist in the WeScreenplay Shorts Contest.

PATRICIA SMITH‘S feature, “I Was Beautiful,” advanced to the quarterfinals in ScreenCraft’s Drama Competition.

Congrats to all our writers on their accomplishments. Did we miss yours? Email us at tennscreen@gmail.com!

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