Two writing opportunities on Circalit

Drench Arnold Thriller Screenplay Competition.

Circalit have teamed up with London screenwriting agency, Dench Arnold, to source thriller screenplays online. The Circalit community will read and rate the submissions, giving entrants feedback on their work. The most popular scripts will be considered for representation by Dench Arnold. Dench Arnold are renowned, both in the UK and internationally, for their carefully selected client list, consisting of award winning Writers, Directors and Heads of Department, and they remain at the helm of the British Film and Television industries. Screenwriters wishing to enter the competition must start by creating an account and posting up their screenplay online at Circalit ( After uploading their screenplay, entrants should visit the Dench Arnold competition page, (, to submit their screenplay into the competition. The competition is open to the public and free to enter. One entry per person only.

The deadline for entries is 1st May 2011.

Write a TV Pilot With Philip Shelley.

How do you write a pilot episode that will capture your audience?

Philip Shelley, script consultant and producer at companies including BBC, Sally Head productions and Granada, has worked on many, and now he is sharing his expertise with Circalit. Write a 60 page pilot episode and the winning script will receive a feedback report from Philip Shelley. Any exceptional scripts will also be awarded a place on the Circalit Gold List, to be browsed by experienced industry professionals. To see Philip’s top 5 tips on writing a TV pilot and to enter your pilot into the competition please visit

The deadline for entries is the 29th April 2011.

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