MEET OUR 2ND & 3RD PLACE FEATURE PRIZEWINNERS

We’re thrilled to introduce our second and third place winners in the 2020 Feature Fellowship competition. Timothy Ware-Hill won second place for TYRONE AND THE LOOKING GLASS, and we had a tie for third place between Lisay Jay for THE SERAPHIM and Erin Kathleen for THE WOMEN OF ROUTE 40. Congratulations to them all!

Timothy Ware-Hill – Second Place Winner

In Timothy Ware-Hill’s prizewinning script, TYRONE AND THE LOOKING GLASS, set in 1963 during the height of the Civil Rights Movement, a Negro boy in Birmingham, Alabama must overcome several obstacles on his quest to obtain the one treasure that will help him defeat a fire breathing dragon seeking to destroy him and his loved ones.

Timothy is honored to join the CineStory family as the second place winner of the 2020 Feature Retreat & Fellowship Competition. He is a native of Montgomery, Alabama, where he received a BA in Theater Arts from Alabama State University. He later studied at UCLA in the MFA Acting Program. Most of his career has been as an actor in film/TV and on Broadway, where he played the role of LOLA in Kinky Boots. He will be seen featured in the upcoming Amazon Prime Series, THEM: COVENANT and on Apple TV’s Season 2 of FOR ALL MANKIND. He recently received an MFA in Professional Screenwriting from National University.

Lisa Jay, Third Place Winner – Tied

In Lisa Jay’s winning script, THE SERAPHIM, a whaling captain’s wife aboard a whaling ship struggles to convince her husband that an evil presence harbored by the ship is driving the crew to insanity.

Lisa specializes in folk and psychological horror, writing features that mess with your mind and sense of reality. A Midwesterner by birth but a Californian by choice, she has lived all over the country and in many haunted houses.

Erin Kathleen, Third Place Winner – Tied

In Erin Kathleen’s winning script, THE WOMEN OF ROUTE 40, a struggling single mother must confront dangerous forces—and the sins of her past—when her world collides with that of a serial killer. Inspired by the true story of Delaware’s only serial killer, The Route 40 Killer.

Erin was a finalist in the Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting and in the Austin Film Festival Screenplay competition in 2013 with her script, LOST CHILDREN. Her TV pilot, DARK IRISH, won the 2020 drama division in the Cinestory TV Retreat & Fellowship competition. Erin is drawn to complex characters, moral ambiguity, social issues, and a good, tense atmosphere.

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