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Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 23 Feb 1994 16:17:27 CST
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    The Writer's Film Project (WFP) offers university-trained fiction,
    theatre, and film writers the opportunity to begin a career in
    screenwriting.  The Fifth Annual WFP will commence in October of 1994
    in Los Angeles.  Up to ten writers will be chosen to participate nad
    each will receive a $20,000 stipend to cover his or her living
    During this 12 month program, each writer crates two original,
    feature-length screenplays.  The WFP workshop meets three to five times
    per week for ongoing group consideration of individual
    At year end, each writer is introduced to representatives of the film
    industry's top literary agencies.  Each WFP screenplay is considered
    for production or sale by the Chesterfield Film Company.  For each
    screenplay produced or sold, Chesterfield will pay its author no less
    than the current minimums established by the Writers Guild of America.
    Co-sponsored by Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment.
    Deadline:  20 April 1994
    The Chesterfield Film Company-WFP
    Universal Studios
    100 Universal City Plaza
    Building 447
    Universal City, CA  91608