The Kairos Prize for Spiritually Uplifting Screenplays

MISSION & OBJECTIVE  of the Kairos Prize for Spiritually Uplifting Screenplays:
Seeking spiritually uplifting, Judeo-Christian feature-length screenplays.

We accept feature-length scripts up to 130 pages. We will also accept scripts between 131 to 150 pages – however there is an additional $20 charge.

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Supported by a grant from The John Templeton Foundation and established by MOVIEGUIDE in 2005, the primary purpose of the prize is to further the influence of moral and and spiritual values within the film and television industries. Seeking to promote a spiritually uplifting, redemptive worldview, MOVIEGUIDE announces the 5th Annual Kairos Prize that will help inspire first-time and beginning screenwriters to produce compelling, entertaining, spiritually uplifting scripts that result in a greater increase in either man’s love or understanding of God.

ORGANIZERS
Michael Trent (Festival Registrar) ; Michael Trent (Festival Registrar)

GENERAL RULES
IMPORTANT NOTE: There are many screenwriting competitions that honor wonderful, exciting and entertaining scripts, and some that honor moral scripts, but the Kairos Prizes for Spiritually Uplifting Screenplays endeavors to encourage the production of feature films that are wholesome, uplifting, and inspirational and which result in a greater increase in either man’s love or understanding of God. Our intention in setting up the Guidelines and Criteria is to clearly define the competition so that you will be successful in your submissions. A word of warning: This competition is not for the nominalist, occult, new age, or other non-Judeo-Christian spirituality.

 

 

 

 

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