This could be the winning writer's BIG BREAK!

We awarded the writers of the top three scripts the following wonderful prizes at The C.A.S.T. Project Winner's reception on January 10th at The Metro Gallery, Light Bringer Project, in Pasadena, CA!

Photos by Beth Beacham

Stacey K. Black with Jenette Kozak, Yetem Worku, Sarah Pettycrew and Carol Abney

Thomas Murray and the CAST, Jeff Sable, Sarah Pettycrew, Jenette Kozak, Zander Villayne, James McDonald, Yetem Worku and Carol Abney

Lexy Smith and Terri Neish with Master of Ceremonies, Steve G. Jones

Artwork provided by Dominic Dettore and Patrick Gothard


First Place winner, Stacey K. Black, writer of "Views From A Broad" received:

A one-year subscription to Scr(i)pt Magazine, a bimonthly publication available on newsstands nation wide

One copy of Esther Luttrell's Tools of the Screen Writing Trade (a $130.00 value)

One copy of Bryan Michael Stoller's Filmmaking for Dummies

One copy of Laura Schellhardt's Screenwriting for Dummies

A one-year membership to The Scriptwriters Network

A gift basket from The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf of Burbank

Consideration for representation by:
Michael Wise of Shapiro-Lichtman Literary
Liz Hanley, Literary Agent of Los Angeles based Bicoastal Talent Agency

Esther Luttrell, Head of Jackson Artists Corporation Literary department


Second Place winner, Thomas Murray, writer of "The Tower" received:

A one-year subscription to Scr(i)pt Magazine, a bimonthly publication available on newsstands nation wide

One copy of Esther Luttrell's Tools of the Screen Writing Trade (a $130.00 value)

One copy of Bryan Michael Stoller's Filmmaking for Dummies

One copy of Laura Schellhardt's Screenwriting for Dummies

A one-year membership to The Scriptwriters Network

A $30 gift card to Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf of Burbank

Consideration for representation by:
Michael Wise of Shapiro-Lichtman Literary
Liz Hanley, Literary Agent of Los Angeles based Bicoastal Talent Agency
Esther Luttrell, Head of Jackson Artists Corporation Literary department


Third Place winners, Terri Neish and Lexy Smith, writers of "Last House on the Block" received:

A one-year subscription to Scr(i)pt Magazine, a bimonthly publication available on newsstands nation wide

Two copies of Esther Luttrell's Tools of the Screen Writing Trade (a $130.00 value)

Two copies of Bryan Michael Stoller's Filmmaking for Dummies

Two copies of Laura Schellhardt's Screenwriting for Dummies

Two $15 gift cards to Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf of Burbank

Consideration for representation by:
Michael Wise of Shapiro-Lichtman Literary
Liz Hanley, Literary Agent of Los Angeles based Bicoastal Talent Agency
Esther Luttrell, Head of Jackson Artists Corporation Literary department


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