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Slamdance TV winners named

'Claytons' won the $10,000 cash prize

Slamdance has announced the winners of its annual Teleplay Competition.

Beverly Neufeld’s “The Claytons” won the $10,000 cash prize in the scripted category, while James Wade, Brian Beacock and Lauren Bass’ “FX Factory” drew the nod for an unscripted show. The latter prize comes as $5,000 in goods and services from Filmworks/fx for the winners’ future projects.

“The Claytons” would follow a family of power players, while “FX Factory” is a pitch for a behind-the-scenes show about special effects designers.

TV scribe Norman Lear’s holding company, Act III, sponsored the competish. Prizes will be presented at a Sept. 22 ceremony in Los Angeles.

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