2021 Finalists, and please join us in congratulating these aspiring screenwriters by leaving them a comment at the bottom of their submission (click 'see more') or join in the discussion in our finalists' forum.Page Turner Awards is delighted to announce our 2021 Screenplay Award Longlist. Browse through all our
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Steve Sloan for "Black Snow"
Following a twenty-three-year career in Arts Theatre Management, Steve retrained with the Yorkshire Academy of Film and Television Acting (YAFTA) and gained a Diploma in Applied Screenwriting (Distinction) in July 2019, under the tutelage of Simon Stirling. Steve has already received commissions for
Raj Sangha.. Sangha for "Billy No Mates"
A diagnosed schizophrenic and Page Turner Long-Listed. I write social impact films which represent my limitations being a disabled writer to shine a light on under-represented voices. Signed to a Management company in Central London with various projects in various stages of development.
Barbara Claypole White for "THE IN-BETWEEN HOUR"
Bestselling author Barbara Claypole White was born in rural England, but writes and gardens in the forests of North Carolina. Her passion for chipping away at stereotypes of mental illness inspires quirky stories about courageous characters with invisible disabilities, complicated relationships, and
Robbi Bryant for "The Darkness"
Hi! I wrote THE DARKNESS after a confrontation with the serial rapist who raped me. I showed up at the county jail where he was being held after my case ended in a mistrial. After continued frustrations of waiting for the legal system to bring justice, I went to the jail, where he was held (parole
Nick Harrison for "Sink"
Since attaining my MA in Play and Screenwriting – graduating from City, University of London, in 2014 – I have had three plays successfully produced in London, commissioned and directed by Martin Parr, known for producing work in unconventional spaces. Consequently, with a produced two-hander, one
Jayne Doxtater for "The Box in the Closet"
Jayne Doxtater was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba and currently resides in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. A business owner and esthetician of 40 years, she is now semi-retired and loves spending time outdoors. A self-proclaimed tree hugger and chocolate lover, Jayne is