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2020-21 FICTION PODCAST WINNERS

We are proud to announce our inaugural Fiction Podcast Contest Winners! The Shore Team will now work with both sets of writers to prepare their projects for production. 

For full details of what happens next, check out our Podcast post-contest timeline.

We would like to send our heartfelt thanks to everyone for choosing to participate, and for making it such a high-quality contest. With the ever-increasing listenership and influence podcasts are having in the entertainment industry, we are positive that the many other talented writers who entered will go on to have successful careers in the industry. 

Our 2021-22 Fiction Podcast Contest Opens October 1st.

Download 2021’s CALENDAR to ensure you never miss a future deadline

GRAND PRIZE WINNER - DREAM SEQUENCE by ANDREW ROBINSON

AWARDED A $5000 PRODUCTION GRANT & $1000 CASH

How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests.

DREAM SEQUENCE

Estranged sisters, a blogger, and a neuroscientist reunite when the neuroscientist invents a mysterious device that provides a glimpse into a nightmare dimension.

GRAND PRIZE WINNER - FOOTLIGHTS: THE TRUE STORY OF OLIVIA MABEL by IAN McNENY & MARTYN EADEN

AWARDED A $5000 PRODUCTION GRANT & $1000 CASH

How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests.

FOOTLIGHTS: THE TRUE STORY OF OLIVIA MABEL

When a Christian podcaster runs across evidence suggesting a small-town internet ghost story might be true, she falls down a well of secrecy, that challenges her faith and shatters her worldview.

OUR 15 PODCAST FINALISTS

(in alphabetical order)

How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests. Andrew Robinson Dream Sequence Estranged sisters, a blogger, and a neuroscientist reunite when the neuroscientist invents a mysterious device that provides a glimpse into a nightmare dimension.
How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests. Bill Zide Mind’s I A happily married man and CPA living in the suburbs wakes up in a mental health facility after a nervous breakdown, and there a doctor forces him to confront the events that led him to believe his life was nothing but a lie and he was once a dangerous killer.
How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests. Lizzy Pollott Still, Here A young woman finds herself called up to join a mysterious and controversial program, through which she will come to discover more about herself and those around her than ever before.
How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests. Alannah Norton  Advark A young woman searches for her missing sister, but there is something otherworldly and sinister going on to impede her progress.
How to become a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests. Screenwriting Contests. Kevin Allgood The History of the Future The conspiracy-theory obsessed hosts of Paranoid Radio receive a phone call from a man claiming to be from the future – and he needs their help.
How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests. Leon Masters & David Calbert Out of the Mist In the coastal town of Crescent Point, a community journalist and radio host, who has a secret and personal reason for pursuing the truth behind the infamous twenty-year-old GoatMan Killer Case, reaches out to the recently released and possibly-deranged child-murderer himself. 
How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests. Kristen Tepper & Ashley Lackinger Whistler’s Creek Haunted by painful memories and increasing paranoia after a family fight turns deadly, two sisters, on the run, struggle to find their place in the world until they stumble upon a seemingly perfect farming family with secrets of their own.
How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests. Lucy Gibb-Smith Darkwood When inhabitants of a remote town start disappearing, it’s up to a supernatural detective and his human partner to find out why before they end up dead.
How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests. Paul Bianchi Future Utopia When Daisy tries to break up with Hans, an anomaly transports them to the year 3022 in a musical satiric sci-fi adventure.
How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests. Ian McNeny & Martyn Eaden Footlights: The True Story of Olivia Mabel When a Christian podcaster runs across evidence suggesting a small-town internet ghost story might be true, she falls down a well of secrecy, that challenges her faith and shatters her worldview.
How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests. Evan Greenspoon Mindbender Mindbender is a near-future thriller about a hopeful, driven woman named Abigail and the homicidal computer chip implanted in her brain.
How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests. Grace McLeod & Jessica Fisch Two Truths and a Lie In order to discover the truth behind her famous classmate’s mysterious death in the elevator of a luxury Manhattan apartment building, an ambitious 17-year-old podcaster must solve a series of puzzles left behind for her — by the dead girl herself.
How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests. Josh Ball & Matthew Driggers Blood on the River When a disgraced investigative reporter arrives in Marigold, Alabama, she quickly finds herself caught in the middle of a bloody feud that has gripped the town since before the Civil War.
How to be a screenwriter. Screenplay Contests. Danielle Evenson & Heather Huntington Awards Season Rivals Maeve Burgess and Gwen Suh compete in the most crucial race, humanity has ever run. Who will take home the Academy Award for Best Actress? Oh, did you think that the strongest performances get nominated and then the best (wo)man wins? Nope.