Today the International Filmmaker Festival of New York (IFFNY) announced its winners for the International Screenwriting Competition (ISC) finalists. ISC is a highly competitive international contest, part of IFFNY since 2012, organized by Nil Production Corporate, based in NYC. This original annual contest by the International Filmmaker Festival of New York is highly successful and one of the most popular competitions in New York. The International Screenwriting Competition awards the most promising and innovative screenwriters. ISC will give out 12 monetary awards to encourage screenwriters around the world ranging from $6,000 to $500 monetary award.
“Congratulations to the winners of ISC! We would like to say a big thank you to everyone for participating! It has been a great pleasure receiving your screenplays, they were all amazing! Here at Nil Production and the International Filmmaker Festival of New York we love writers and we welcome you to submit next year for the competition.
We have received over 1800 applications from all over the world: USA, England, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Belgium, Spain, Peru, Brazil, Bosnia, Kosovo, Albania, Macedonia, India, Malaysia, China, Japan, Serbia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Mexico, etc,” stated award-winning Director and Founder Mrika Krasniqi.
Here are the Winners for the 2018 International Screenwriting Competition Finalists:
– Bruce Gordon Composition $6,000.00
– Christen Kimball Dirty Nights $5,000.00
– Felicia Tann Napoli $4,000.00
-Violeta Bulic Visitor X $3,000.00
– Justin Bamfour Her Sister $2,000.00
-Mike Middelton All about you $1,000.00
-Louis Cohen It’s Time $5,000.00
– Afia Frimpong Pasadena $4,000.00
– Jamila Vance Amigos $3,000.00
– Neil Kurt Elona $2,000.00
-Rohit Lokhil I’ll forgive you $1,000.00
-Sarfaz Hassan Suspected $500.00
“Congratulations to the winners of International Screenwriting Competition! Thanks to everyone who participated and helped make this competition a success! This is 3rd Edition of ISC and it is a great resource for writers who have either won or been runners-up in their contests. This contest is about getting your work in front of the film industry. Winning the contest can open doors with studios, producers, and agencies.