2020's Grand Prize Winner met with three top development executives: one whose company has produced over 20 films as well as a talent manager from Kersey Management, and producer, Justine Wentzel. Our grand prize winner also received an hour long consultation with script notes. Other finalists received consults with reps from First Fridays and Fictional Entity.  Please note that these executives are not judges in any way shape or form. They are people we introduce our winners to after they've won our contest.

Great film festival and screenplay contest. Professional all the way. Look forward to entering again. Highly recommended as a way to get your material in front of the right people

Well, what I can say. My script "Blood Trigger" was chosen as the grand prize winner of the 2020 Faith in Film International Screenwriting Competition. I personally received a phone call from the festival director, letting me know my script had made the list of three finalists. The next day, I found out I was the winner! In the short time since I won, my script has been submitted to six production companies and managers. Hoping great things will happen. Thanks again!

Delighted to have 'Love is Mute' as a part of the Official Selection of Faith in Film's competition! Appreciated how quick and communicative the festival was.

My screenplay, "Flash Drive" was a Semi-Finalist in the 2020 competition. Congratulations to those who became Finalists. I want to thank everyone at Faith In Film for giving us faith-based writers an opportunity to participate in this competition.

Many thanks to Joseph and his team at Faith in Film. Our script "Challenger" was named one of three finalists in this year's competition. Just a few days after a notification call from Joseph, the script and log line were distributed to production and management companies with proven track records. Credit goes to Faith in Film for creating genuine opportunities for screenwriters.

I am so honored that my script, The Good Shepherd, was selected as a semifinalist in the 2020 Faith in Film competition. It is one of the first competition outings for this story of a 1st century Galilean shepherd whose life intersects Joseph, Mary and the child Jesus, so I was grateful that Faith in Film provided written feedback from the last round reader. That will be very helpful. In my interaction with the festival staff I felt they demonstrated a real concern and respect for writers and supporting writers in pursuing their careers. Congratulations to the other semifinalists, finalists, and Grand Prize Winner! A great opportunity!

2020 Winners!

Grand Prize Winner!

Blood Trigger by Ron Podell


Go, Doctor Banting by Scott Sollars, Eric Sollars, and Kyle Sollars

Challenger by Mike Budalich & John Kirk


Camp Hero by Joseph Kovler

The Good Shepherd by Judith Sears

Tongues of Men and Angels by Elizabeth Hayes

Go for Broke by Stephanie Parker

Capital Loss by Xavier John

At the Mercy of Faith by Samuel Lee Taylor

Mysteries of Lake Brosno by Serge Okhotin

Love is Mute by Jean-Marc Le Doux

Flash Drive by Dan Herman

Down is Up by Ligia Maria Storrs Rojas & Justin Storrs


2019 Winners!

Grand Prize Winner!

Project Omega by James Norris


Arizona Sunrise by John Martins III

The MicroCosmic Cartoon Show by Prema Rose, Hugh Rose, and Suryananda Rose


Full Distance by Jeff Malphurs 

Relentless Love by Sandon Yahn

Savior by Bo Sanders

The Watchmaker by Steven D’Addieco

Barrington Bunny by Sandy Wolf

Throw Away a Miracle by Jerry Perez

Executed and Risen by Salvatore Bono

Shroud Trinity by Frank McEvoy

Runaway Cruise by Theodore Soderberg

Quest for Light, Adventure of the Magi by Byron Anderson

Seven Thousand Islands by G.R. White

Ricky Unidas by Carmen Lindsay


2018 Winners!

Grand Prize Winner!

God’s Photo Album by Susan Arnout Smith


Pokey Nose by Tami Ryder
Songbird by Rebecca Williams Spindler


Love Is Free Will by Amanda Samaroo

Special Report by Joseph Carpenter

The Christmas Notes by Craig Clyde

Runaway Ship by Theodore Soderberg

Florence by Charlotte Scholer

Close Enough to Perfect by Dan Williams

Saving Esperanza by Betty Sullivan

Sarah Soldier by Cara Winter

Wayfarers by Arnon Shorr

Resurrection by Christina Shaver

Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin by Candyce Petersen

Forces of Balance by Maurice Lewis

Saving the Moon by Brian Shoop

The Day Little Black Pearl Found God in the Center of a Sunflower by Mildred Langford

Dark Matters by James Beeler

At The Mercy of Faith by Samuel Taylor


Winter 2017 Winners!

Grand Prize Winner!

The Heart of a Tiger VI by SreyRam Kuy


The Chariots of Motown by Christopher Sansone

Gideon by Randall Hahn


The Jihadist’s Opera by Salil Kapoor

The Joby Project by Michael Long

Bad Christians by Tyler Straessle

Perceptions by Lou Mulford

Halfway Home by David Schroeder

Resurrection by Christina Shaver

Heaven’s Light by Barry Pagel

A Private War by Christine Inserra

Finding Beauty by George Anson

Split Rock by Kyle Hammersmith

Perfect Contrition by James Palmer

LevelLand by George Anson

The Translator by Al Sproles

Bronze by Kerri Weston

Emails from Heaven by Carissa Steefel

Inglorious Pastors by Tom Riffel

Always Something There to Remind Me by Terry Gau

Cadillac Arrest by John Kestner

Whispering Hope by Alvin Easter

Aflame by Deena Martinelli

Perfidies by William Baber

The Hollow by Abigail Taylor Sansom

The Fallen Angels by Charles Kowalski

Resurrection, Nevada by Noelle Nelson

Quest for Light by Byron Anderson

Good Again by Jeanne Dukes

Arizona Sunrise by John Martins III

"If you've got a screenplay where faith plays a part in your story. Then Faith in Film: International Family and Faith Screenwriting Competition is the contest for you...  It will get exposure to top faith based production companies."

"Thank you Faith in Film for all that you do for emerging writers to help promote our projects. I was very excited to receive a call from your team to notify me of my prize. Also, Janet Lee is the absolute best director - making everything run smoothly. I look forward to more wonderful connections through Faith in Film!"

"Thank you Faith in Film!"

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Summer 2017 Winners!

Grand Prize Winner!

Burden Stone by Bill Ray, Emilee Danielson, and Chris Danielson. 


Even a Just Man by Mark Christopher Boyd 

Quest for Light by Byron Anderson

Kick Back by RC Atchisson

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"Loved it. Really cool projects and people."

"So great to see so many people at one festival who were down for Faith Films!"

"Great little festival."

"All contests start out having to get their feet wet with the process. I'm so glad this contest is pushing forward because I think it'll be a major contender if they keep to their goals. I love the fact that faith films can be cutting edge; I love the fact that this contest actively looked for that. I'm a firm believer that family and faith films need to "cross-over" and speak directly to the heart of the wider audience. Thank you for the prize and accolades. Best to you as your festival grows."

"It was a great honor to be included in this film festival and screenwriting contest. They were very professional and great a communicating. Thank you for selecting Resurrection Time Conspiracy."

"I am encouraged that family and faith film festivals exist. I was thrilled to hear that my screenplays were accepted into the festival."