Tuesday, 1 September 2015
BBC Writersroom Script Room | Deadline: 24 September 2015 at 5pm #seanocarolan #writing contest #competitions
BBC Writersroom's regular window for unsolicited scripts is open between 10am on 7th September and 5pm on 24th September 2015 for Drama scripts (TV, film, radio, stage or online).
**Please note this Script Room will close at 5pm on Thursday 24th September. No late submissions will be accepted.**
All scripts should be submitted online using our E-Submissions system. Read the E-Submissions FAQs
The direct link to submit your script will be available when the submission window opens.
If you have not submitted a script to us online before, you will have the opportunity to set up a new account when you come to submit your script. **Please ensure you leave adequate time to complete the process**
Writers will be asked to submit:
1 drama script of at least 30 minutes / pages in length for TV, Film, Radio, Stage or Online*
A brief bio of your writing to date (up to 1 paragraph)
If you are submitting an episode script for a series/serial, you may also attach a brief outline (1-3 pages) of further episodes and the series/serial as a whole. This should be attached as a separate PDF document to your script.
*Your script should be a saved as a single PDF document of no more than 10MB in size.
*If you are submitting a sample script for Children’s TV, Radio 4’s 15 Minute Dramas or Online, you are welcome to submit 2 x 15 min episodes as a single PDF document.
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Script Room Terms and Conditions including what we accept and what we do not accept and FAQs
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