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Winners of Academy's Nicholl Screenwriting Fellowships Get $30,000

by Sophia Savage
October 19, 2011 6:14 AM
2 Comments
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The seven winners of the Academy's 2011 Nicholl Screenwriting Fellowships will each receive $30,000 (list is below). The first installment will be presented to them on November 3 at a gala Academy dinner. A record number of scripts (6,730) were submitted this year. Here are eligibility details and more info on the fellowships.

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The 2011 Nicholl Fellows are (listed alphabetically by author):
• Chris Bessounian & Tianna Langham, Los Angeles, Calif., "Guns and Saris"
• Dion Cook, Altus, Okla., "Cutter"
• John MacInnes, Los Angeles, Calif., "Outside the Wire"
• Matthew Murphy, Culver City, Calif., "Unicorn"
• Abel Vang & Burlee Vang, Fresno, Calif., "The Tiger’s Child"
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2 Comments

  • Toyland Chairman | October 19, 2011 8:14 AMReply

    I entered that competition, but never made it. These people must be some great writers, I don't think I'll ever have a chance with Nicholl Fellopwship.

  • Matches Malone | October 19, 2011 6:17 AMReply

    Now the race is on to see which one gets produced first, and makes it to the big screen.

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