Jeza Belle’s SONG OF CHEER AGAIN recently won WeScreenPlay’s Diverse Voices contest in the Short Screenplay category. This contest is committed to “promoting and encouraging diverse voices and stories” in Hollywood and had close to 1,000 entries in the Spring 2017 competition. In SONG OF CHEER AGAIN, a mother is distraught when her gay son comes out to her as a drag queen.
In addition to SONG OF CHEER AGAIN, Jeza’s feature screenplay BLOOD ROUGE has film festivals in 2017 and placed in three others. Feature screenplay ARTHUR & SAMSON and short screenplay BUCKY have also both placed in two additional contests each.
“Fabulous!” is what Jeza Belle said when she found out her short screenplay placed in the 2017 Glitter LGBT Film festival! Thank you to Glitter!
Jeza is so excited and thankful that her screenplay BLOOD ROUGE won this years SENE Film Festival! Thank you so much SENE!!!!!!!
Jeza Belle is thrilled to announce her short screenplay BUCKY is a quarter-finalist in the WeScreenplay Shorts Contest!
Jeza is excited to announce that her screenplay BLOOD ROUGE is an official selection of the South East New England Film Music and Art Fesitval!
Jeza is thrilled to announc that her short screenplay BUCKY was picked as an Official Selection of the New York City Independent Film Festival! The festival takes place May 2-7 right in the Big Apple.
The screenplay ARTHUR & SAMSON by Jeza Belle was made a semi-finalist in WeScreenplay’s Diverse Voices contest. This fantastic contest aims to highlight and present writers and stories that are out of the mainstream of Hollywood to producers, agents, and managers. Read here about the contest and the full list of semi-finalist.
Jeza Belle’s dramatic screenplay BLOOD ROUGE, was accepted in The Monthly Film Festival in Glasgow, Scotland! For more information on Jeza’s screenwriting, visit her website www.iamjezabelle.com
Jeza Belle is thrilled and honored to have her screenplay named a finalist in the TeaDance Gay and Lesbian Film Festival! Read all about the festival here.