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Electronic arts student named finalist in screenwriting competition

Thursday, August 29, 2013

April Clore, student at Missouri State University, placed as a finalist in the Acclaim Scripts TV competition. Clore, who is studying electronic arts/video studies, was one of five finalists to be acknowledged.

Clore’s speculative screenplay, entitled “Take Fi Out to the Ballgame,” is a proposed one-hour episode for the Showtime show “Shameless.”

The contest provides students, professionals and freelancers the opportunity to compete not only for a grand prize of $1,000 but to also have their scripts shown to thousands of production companies, including:

  • Cobblestone Films
  • Capital Creations
  • Avalanche Films
  • SSS Entertainment
  • Paradigm Talent Agency
  • Stars North
  • Lancaster Gate Entertainment
  • Jo Films
  • Manheimer Entertainment
  • Hero Pictures
  • Intrigue
  • Durkin Entertainment
  • The Radmin Company

For more information about the contest, visit the Acclaim Scripts website.


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