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Write your own ending to classic for chance to win £2,000

Sorry, bit late posting this

FILM buffs and writers in Worcester can pen their own ending to a movie classic for a chance to win £2,000.

The competition, called The Alties and sponsored by Cartridge Save, is inviting people to write their own ending to a popular film.

There are five categories to consider best comedy or rom-com, best action or adventure, best fantasy, sci-fi or horror, best family or animation; and best drama or thriller.  

Entries will be judged by a panel of three acclaimed industry experts: Manchester Metropolitan University’s senior Lecturer of Film Studies Andy Moor, Film & Theatre Critic Kevin Bourke and script writer Martin Paul Roche.

The winning entry will be awarded a £2,000 cash prize, to be invested as you wish. Two runners-up will receive £250 and we will be awarding two further entries from each category a box set of their choice to the value of £30.

A 750 word submission, either as prose or scripted dialogue, can be entered at cartridgesave.co.uk/thealties by September 4.

 
 

Source : Worcester News

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