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Phillip E. Hardy Receives Recognition From Multiple Top Contests
Phillip E. Hardy's The Man Who Bore the Myth, an offbeat biopic about literary sacred cow J.D. Salinger continues to do well on the contest circuit, after moving into the semi-final round of the Stage 32 Happy Writer's Feature Script Contest. This is the eighth honor is less than a year for this script.
The 2015 Fantasmagorical Comic Con Film Festival has also chosen both Hardy's sci-fi adventure Gaze Towards Infinity and his horror story The Immortal Jack the Ripper as an Official Selection. This is the first honor for "Gaze Towards Infinity". Jack the Ripper has been a finalist at several other festivals and contests.
Phillip E. Hardy finalist at Happy Writers Feature Film Contest
Phillip E. Hardy's The Man Who Bore the Myth, his offbeat biopic screenplay about literary sacred cow JD Salinger has been chosen as finalist at the Stage 32 Happy Writers Feature Screenplay Contest. This in the ninth time this script has been recoginized by a competition. This month, Phillip has also placed for the second consecutive year at the Austin Revolution Film Festival (formerly Austin Indie Flix), for his historical epic Four Negro Girls In A Church about the 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing in 1963.
Phillip E. Hardy selected as Quarter-Finalist at Screencraft Horror Contest
Purgatory Station by Phillip E. Hardy, has been chosen as quarter-finalist at the highly competitive Screencraft Horror Screenplay Contest. This year Screencraft had over a thousand entries for their contest and this is Phillip's first foray into the horror genre.
Phillip E. Hardy finalist at Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest
This week, Phillip E. Hardy's script The Negro League was named as finalist in the action category at Beverly Hills Screenpaly contest. This is Phillip's third year placing at BHSC, as he was finalist in 2014 and Gold Medal Winner in 2013. This week Phillip also received Official Selection honors at Beverly Hills Film Festival for Dirty Real, the Bukowski Biopic and at Los Angeles Cinefest for his tentpole script The Immortal Jack the Ripper.
Phillip E. Hardy wins best comedy at Cannes Screenplay Contest
Dirty Real, The Bukowski Biopic has won best comedy at the first Cannes Screenplay contest. It has also been chosen as official selection at Beverly Hills Film Festival, Paris Online Film Festival and Houston Comedy Film Festival.
Phillip Hardy wins best comedy at Cannes Screenplay Contest
Dirty Real, The Bukowski Biopic, has won "best comedy" at the first Cannes Screenplay Contest. It is also nominated for best screenplay at the Houston Comedy Film Festival. Recently, this screenplay has been an official selection at several film festivals including Beverly Hills Film Festival; and is also a current semi-finalist for the Screencraft fellowship.
Phillip E. Hardy is 2016 Page Awards Quarter-Finalist
Dirty Real, The Bukowski Biiopic by Phillip Hardy has placed at two more script competitions including the 2016 Page International Screenwriting Awards and the Austin Revolution Film Festival (formerly Austin Indie Flix). Recently Dirty Real won best comedy at Cannes Screenplay Contest and was semi-Finalist at Screencraft Fellowship.
Phillip E. Hardy Wins Best Screenplay at American Grindhouse Film Festival
Phillip E Hardy has won the Best Action/Adenture Screenplay at American Grindhouse Film Festival for "Gina Jericho". This script will also be competing in upcoming Screencraft Action Contest and an earlier draft placed at Austin Film Festival.
Phillip E. Hardy Wins Best Screenplay at The Christian Film Festival
Phillip E. Hardy has won Best Screenplay and fan favorite at The Christian Film Festival for his script about Paul The Apostle called 'Journey Of Mortals'. Festival Creator Richard Collins called 'Journey Of Mortals' "A great screenplay."
Phillip E. Hardy Finalist for historical and horror screenplays.
This month Phillip E. Hardy is a finalist at Houston Black Film Festival for his civil rights story 'Four Negro Girls in A Church' and is also finalist for his gothic horror Western 'The Bloody Benders' at the 13Horror.com Screenplay Contest. Both of these scripts are previous finalists at several other film festivals.
Phillip E. Hardy Gold Medal Winner at Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest
Phillip E. Hardy's screenplay Once Upon A Time In LA has won the gold medal for best thriller at the Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest.
Phillip E. Hardy Second Round Austin Film Festival Finalist
For his third consecutive year at Austin Film Festival, Phillip E. Hardy is a finalist for his screenplay work. This year, his controversial script Four Negro Girls in A Church has been recognized by AFF. This script is also nominated for best screenplay at next week's Austin Revolution Film Festival. Phillip has recieved finalist spots in more than a dozen film festivals and screenplay contests in 2015, for his work on The Bloody Benders, The Man Who Bore the Myth, Gaze Towards Infinity and Purgatory Station.
Phillip E. Hardy "Official Selection" at Richmond International Film Fest
Phillp E. Hardy's Within These Walls, the Angela Davis Story is an "Official Selection" at the 2013 Richmond International Film Festival and will be competing for the Grand Jury Award on March 2, 2014.
Phillip E Hardy is a Screencraft Quarterfinalist for 2nd Time in 2014
Phillip E. Hardy is a Quarterfinalist for the second time this year with the Screencraft organization. This time for his entry of his crime story with a "gangster fairytale" bent, "Halloran House", into the Pilot Launch TV Script Contest.
Phillip E Hardy has continuing success at film festivals and contests
During the month of August, Phillip E. Hardy had three scripts chosen as "Official Selections" at the Sunscreen Film Festival in Los Angeles. These include his action thriller Red Colt, his sci-fi thriller Gaze Towards Infinity and his historical drama Four Negro Girls in a Church. Four Negro Girls in a Church was also selected as Finalist and the Monthly Film Festival and his horror thriller Purgatory Station was selected as semi-finalist at the Screencraft Horror Screenplay Contest.
Phillip E. Hardy Finalist for 2014 Screenplay Contest
This week the Hill Country Film Festival in Fredericksburg Texas announced that Phillip E. Hardy is a finalist for their screenplay contest for his screenplay about Michael Rockefeller called A Whole Life, A Head. The winner of the screenplay contest will be announced at the HCFF awards ceremony on May 3, 2014.
Three Phillip E. Hardy screenplays receive honors
Three screenplays written by Phillip E. Hardy have received several honors this month. Gaze Towards Infinity has been selected as a semi-finalist by the Screencraft Sci-Fi Script Contest. The Negro League has been chosen as official selection at the Indie Film Festival, The Kinolit Film Festival, the Legends of Hollywood Film Festival and the London Shows Film Festival. And Purgatory Station was chosen as official selection at Dazed 4 Horror Film Festival and Haunted Halloween Film Festival. Phillip has received more than a dozen honors in 2015 and has attracted the attentions of a major talent agency and film studio.
Phillip E. Hardy is 2014 Finalist at Austin Indie Flix Showcase
Phillip E. Hardy's J.D. Salinger biopic screenplay THE MAN WHO BORE THE MYTH is a finalist at this year's Austin Indie Flix Showcase.
Phillip E. Hardy's GINA JERICHO Receives Acclaim at Austin Film Fest
Phillip E. Hardy is a second round finalist for the second consecutive year at the prestigious Austin Film Festival for his action screenplay “Gina Jericho”. AFF Festival Director Matt Dy said: “Our readers were captivated by the strong female lead of (the) script. Gina Jericho is a great Dirty Harry for today.”
Phillip E. Hardy Wins 3rd Place Prize at California Film Awards
On December 30, 2014, Screenwriter Phillip E. Hardy won the third place prize for "Best Screenplay" at the California Film Awards for his script, And On The Seventth Day. This is his first award for his historical fiction screenplay about the Six Day War.
Phillip E. Hardy, Finalist at 2014 Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest
Phillip E. Hardy was named Finalist for "Best Biography/Historical Feature Screenplay at the 2014 Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest for his JD Salinger Biopic "The Man Who Bore the Myth". This is his fourth honor for screenwriting in 2015. The "Man Who Bore the Myth" is also an "Official Selection" at this year's Mongolian International Film Festival, Quarter-Finalist at 2015 Richmond Film Festival and Finalist at 2014 Austin Indie Flix Festival. Last year, Phillip won a gold medal for "best thriller" from Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest.
Phillip E. Hardy awarded Special Selection Honor at Artemis Film Festival
Phillip E. Hardy's female driven, action screenplay Gina Jericho has been awarded Special Selection at the 2015 Artemis Women in Action Film Festival in Los Angeles. Honorees at this year's festival include actress Linda Hamilton of Terminator fame. A first draft of Gina Jericho was also recognized at the 2014 Austin Film Festival.
Phillip E. Hardy selected as Finalist at Hill Country Film Festival
Phillip E. Hardy's The Man Who Bore they Myth has been selected as one of the four finalists at this year's Hill Country Film Festival in Fredericksburg Texas. This is the sixth honor for Phillip's screenplay about literary sacred cow J.D. Salinger.
Three Cities Online Film Festival selects Phillip E. Hardy as Finalist
The Three Cities Online TV and Film Festival has selected Phillip E. Hardy's horror western The Bloody Benders as Finalist at their 2015 Festival. This is the first honor for this script, which was written earlier this year. Phillip will also be competing for best screenplay later this month at the Hill Country Film Festival in Texas, as well as being a "Special Selection" as the Artemis Women in Action Film Festival in Los Angeles later this month.