Entries being accepted for GLBT screenplay contest

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Entries are now being accepted for the One In Ten Screenplay Contest, a contest dedicated to the positive portrayal of gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgender and queer individuals in film. Only the first 600 entries will be accepted on this 11th anniversary of the event.

"We are excited to celebrate our 11th anniversary and are looking at a record number of entries this year," said Executive Director David Jensen. "We have even added a new contest this year, The Gay (GLBTQ) Movie Title Contest. We are continually amazed with the quality of talent that comes through the door year after year. We receive entries from around the globe and Hollywood is taking notice in a very big way. Many of our past winners are now hard working screenwriters"

The contest has gained respect and notoriety from Hollywood studios, agents and producers. New for 2009 is another contest from One In Ten organizers, The Gay (GLBTQ) Movie Title Contest.  There is no fee for the movie title contest. Entries for both 2009 contests are being accepted online at: www.OneInTenScreenplayContest.com

Prizes for 2008 include cash, industry exposure and merchandise. The 2009 One In Ten Screenplay Contest is sponsored by: Cherub Productions, Hollywood Creative Directory, iScript.com, Brainstorm Warehouse, LLC, Michael Weise Productions, ScriptPIMP.com, ScriptDelivery.net, TopFilmFestivals.com, ScreenplayContests.com and Jungle Software.

The submission deadline for the contest is September 1, 2009. Entry forms are available online through the contest Web site: OneInTenScreenplayContest.com.