Christian Screenwrite announced that it has partnered with the Christian WYSIWYG Film Festival to offer each winner of its screenwriting competiton two WYSIWYG Film Festival passes. The Second Annual Christian Screenwrite Contest is
designed to foster and promote awareness of Christian screenplays with the objective of utilizing the medium of film to spread the principles of forgiveness, faith, redemption and love that Jesus Christ demonstrated and taught, to both Christians and non-Christians. The three winners of the Second Annual Christian Screenwrite competition are scheduled to be announced in September, 2004.
“We are delighted to offer passes to such an exciting venue. This is a terrific occasion where the winning contestants can meet some of the forerunners in Christian cinema,” said LaVonne McIver James, founder of Christian Screenwrite. “The pitch party is a great opportunity for the winners to attract resources and gain exposure for their projects,” James said.
In its fifth year, the WYSIWYG Film Festival is an internationally recognized event for wholesome, family cinema entertainment. The festival showcases a diverse cross section of the industry from feature films to independent short
subject entries. In addition to the workshops and networking opportunities, there is a pitch party where writers, directors, actors and filmmakers can pitch their projects to directors, producers, and industry leaders. The Fifth Annual Christian WYSIWYG Film Festival is scheduled to be held from October 20th to 23rd, 2004 at the V.O.P. Multimedia and Performing Arts Auditorium in San Francisco. To enter Christian Screenwrite or to act as a sponsor, please visit,
http://www.christianscreenwrite.com/. For more information about the Christian WYSIWYG Film Festival, please visit