2021 Screenplay Award Winners

We're delighted to announce our Page Turner Award Screenplay Award winners!

  • Feature Film Winner: Martin Keady for Man of Colour
  • TV Series Winner: Jonny King for Gifted
  • Short Film Winner: Phil Vengrinovich for Regarding the Pain of Others
  • Book Adaptation Needed Winner: LM Latham for Shoot The Savage

As well as winning the overall Screenplay Award, Jonny King won literary management from Sean Dubravac from Entertainment Lab. That could be you later this year when the winners are announced at our online ceremony in October!

British actress, Jane Asher is now attached to play the main character, Verity, in Jonny's TV series, Gifted, and Sean has pitched the project to a number of top production companies who have requested to read the script, including Warner Bros, Paramount, Disney and The Jim Henson Company.

Don't miss the chance to get your writing in front of publishers, literary agents, film producers and literary experts.

The 2022 Awards are now open.

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Martin Keady Keady for "MAN OF COLOUR"

(From my website: http://theshakespeareplays.com/) Martin Keady is an award-winning dramatist, journalist, poet and lyricist. As a dramatist, his major credits include: Man of Colour, a biopic of Walter Tull, one of Britain’s first black professional footballers who subsequently became a hero of WWI

LM Latham Latham for "Shoot The Savage"

I'm a journalist and editor whose work has regularly appeared in top international publications, including the New York Times, FT, Sunday Times and Wall Street Journal. I have a degree in literature and film. Naturally terrified of risk but always on the hunt for a good story, I've trekked in Tierra

Phil Vengrinovich for "Regarding the Pain of Others"

A Russian born living in the US, I am a data engineer by trade and have worked in tech for the last 10 years. I tend to focus on stories that echo the issues that I am facing personally.

Jonny King King for "Gifted"

I'm a musician by day, writer by night, originally from High Wycombe - which genuinely has a chair museum - but now living a seagull poop-spattered existence in Plymouth, Devon. I began pursuing screen/comedy writing in 2015, starting off writing jokes and sketches for radio, before moving on to