The Top 10 winners of the 13th Annual Slamdance Screenplay Competition have been announced, with Neil McGowan's script "Numbers" taking top honors. McGowan, who works as an administrative assistant for a non-profit research and analysis company and is a first time screenwriter, was given a $7,000 cash prize for best feature-length screenplay during an awards presentation hosted by the Writers Guild of America, West. Other winners (ordered 2nd through 10th place) include: "Goodman's Garden" by Douglas Miller; "Want and Curiosity" by Eric Weller; "Human Resources" by Marissa Jo Cerar; "Lucas Donovan" by Keisha Poiro; "Moonbeam Fisherman" by John Dummer;" "Mendelssohn" by Joseph Yuan and Jeanette Manning; "Hair Today" by Dennis Douda; "Czechoslovakia" by Alvin Easter; and "Truckers VS. Bikers" by Aaron Grunland and Sean Huet. Slamdance received over 2,000 submissions for the competition. [Peter Knegt]