Domingo.– Dominican writer Leonardo de León was among the Platinum Award
Winners in the Screenplay Competition of the Oregon Film Awards 2011, where
4,000 writers from around the world competed.
screenplay “Why Do Men Cheat?,” the writer took home the prize that makes him
qualify as quarter-finalist for the American Screen Writing Competition 2011,
which is organized by the Hollywood Scriptwriter Magazine and Flat Shoe
screenplay tells the story of Albert Finn, a shop owner who realizes everyone
thinks he is a womanizer. He decides to change this image by resorting to his
childhood dream of becoming a writer.
Leonardo de León was already recognized by one of Hollywood's most important competitions, the Los Angeles Movie Awards 2011, where he won the Award of Excellence for his screenplay “Not All That Glitters is Gold,” from among some 10,000 contest entrants.