Supported by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation, the Chronos Prize for Inspiring Screenplays by Established Filmmakers seeks to promote positive change in the motion picture industries. The primary purpose of the prize is to further the influence of moral and spiritual values within the entertainment industry as a whole. Designed to help established filmmakers who have made successful faith-friendly, faith-based movies and television programs, it intends to reward successful established filmmakers who endeavor to create stories that are compelling, entertaining, inspiring, spiritually uplifting, and increase man’s love or understanding of God.

$50,000 CHRONOS PRIZE REWARDS PROFESSIONAL
FILMMAKERS

Hollywood, Calif. – Dr. Ted Baehr, founder of Movieguide®: The Family Guide to Movies and Entertainment, announced today competition is now open for the Second Annual $50,000 Chronos Prize for Inspiring Screenplays by Established Filmmakers.

WINNERS OF FIRST ANNUAL CHRONOS PRIZE

Matthew Hill and Landon Johnson captured the attention of the judges, bringing home the inaugural Chronos Prize for their script, BURNING AT BOTH ENDS.

Set during World War II, the script reveals the tale of a group of dissidents hiding from the Nazis as they secretly broadcast a message of hope and sabotage to the world. Hunted by the head of the Gestapo, they are forced to trust the help of a stranger.

THE KAIROS PRIZE?

If you are new or beginning screenwriter we have a competition just for you! The Kairos Prize for Spiritually Uplifting Screenplays (for new and beginning screenwriters) is now in its 10th year and has cash prizes totalling $50,000!

 

 
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