Our 2017 SIP Winners had the right formula… Will you be next?
Congratulations to our talented 2017 SIP winners!
On Tuesday, October 10th in the Black Box at the Prince Theater, the Greater Philadelphia Film Office (GPFO) hosted the “Set in Philadelphia” Screenwriting Competition Awards to announce this year’s winners. The “Set in Philadelphia” Screenwriting Competition (SIP) is proudly presented by the Greater Philadelphia Film Office under its Greater Philadelphia Filmmakers program with awards sponsored by The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia & the Arts and Business Council of Greater Philadelphia, Comcast & NBCUniversal, Progressive Change, CDC, West Philadelphia Financial Services Institution and the Derek Freese Film Foundation.
The 2017 “Set in Philadelphia” Screenwriting Competition (SIP) Winners
Grand Prize Winner & the Regional Award Winner, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia & the Arts + Business Council of Greater Philadelphia
The Doan Brothers, written by Ben & Oliver Samuels
Logline: The incredible true story of five Bucks County Quakers who became folk heroes in the earliest days of the American Revolution. Pushed to fight and robbing from the British and Continentals alike with Robin Hood-daring, the Doans served no King or Congress, but fought for the beautiful, untouched land of the Native Peoples and William Penn in one of the greatest and most heart-wrenching love stories of unchanging men in a changing country ever told.
In photo: Ben & Oliver Samuels with Director of Photography Jamal Solomon at Valley Forge Military Academy & College shooting their Civil War short, Attila.