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BSI Films is a Prime Vendor for major studios, streaming, broadcast companies and Independents.

 

  • We offer writers the same professional experience and creative resources we provide our industry clients. Along with the experience, guidance, and resources needed to compete on a professional level when submitting their projects to Film, Streaming, Cable and Broadcast Companies.

BSI Films / Slavik Anishchenko Executive Producer, Director, and Digital Artist Supervisor.     Slavik has contributed to helping produce and visually create some of Hollywood's major box office hits such as: Gemini Man, Pirates of the Caribbean, Falling Skies, Transformers, Tron, Rise of the Apes, The Mummy and many others.
BSI Films Adapts scripts to books - Our all-inclusive plan includes adapting script to manuscript and publishing
Adapt scripts to books-Our all-inclusive, beginning to end Script To Book Adaptation Plan, is led by our Executive Producer, Emmy® Award Winning Writer, Award Winning Producer, Showrunner, Best-Selling Author, and Script Adaptation Specialist chosen by major Hollywood studios, credited writers and independents for the Adaptation of scripts and books.
BSI Films creates and develop Concept Video to enhance presentation to film and streaming studios
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BSI Films offers script and development presentation / Pitch To Studios and Streaming Co.
BSI Films offers Independents and writers script editing, presentation development, pitching scripts
Susan B. Flanagan - Is our lead Executive Producer, Emmy® Award Winning Writer, Award Winning Producer, Showrunner, Best-Selling Author, and Script Adaptation Specialist
Development, Submission and Pitching Of Scripts To Studios, Streaming, Cable, and Broadcast Companies
Script Development-BSI Films offers Independents and writers the professional script editing, and development of required information our team uses for submitting/pitching scripts to film, streaming, and broadcast companies.
Script Polish-BSI Films offers Independents and writers the professional script editing, and development of required information our team uses for submitting/pitching scripts to film, streaming, and broadcast companies.
Slavik Anishchenko Executive Producer, Creative Executive, Director, and Digital Artist Supervisor.     Slavik has contributed to helping produce and visually create some of Hollywood's major box office hits such as: Gemini Man, Pirates of the Caribbean, Falling Skies, Transformers, Tron, Rise of the Apes, The Mummy and many others.
Development and Submission Of Scripts To Studios, Streaming, Cable, and Broadcast Companies
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BSI Films is a Prime Vendor for major studios, streaming, broadcast companies and Independents.​ 

Susan is the lead Executive, Sr. Creative Executive Producer, Emmy® Award Winning Writer, Award Winning Producer and Writer for our Prime Vendor division.

 

As the Creative Executive and Script Consultant for this division, she works directly with streaming, film, and broadcast Executives to provide objective analysis and development of scripts prior to them being sent to committee for approval or pre-production.

  • We offer writers the same professional experience and creative resources we provide our industry clients. Along with the experience, guidance, and resources needed to compete on a professional level when submitting their projects to Film, Streaming, Cable and Broadcast Companies.

Presentation

Prime Development Presentation Plan
 

                                           

  • Includes script, presentation development and submission of content to studios, streaming, and broadcast companies.

 

This plan is divided into 3 phases and 3 payments

BSI will perform all of the beginning-to-end script and presentation development requirements that are necessary to compete on a professional level when submitting your script to studios, streaming, and broadcast companies.​

  • Rates start at $1,195.00 and up: Films, series, documentaries, or scripted content / Includes ​Development and submission 

  • Rates start at $795.00 and up:  ​Unscripted, Reality / Includes Development and submission 

 

For creation and/or editing concept videos, trailers, etc., a separate rate will apply

 

To get started: schedule a call with our Executive Producer

 

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Co-Development

                   Co-Development Presentation Plan                  

    

  • Includes script, presentation development and submission of content to studios, streaming, and broadcast companies.

 

This plan is divided into 3 phases and 3 payments. 

This a one-on-one collaboration with our Executive Producer and Emmy Award Winning Writer. The Writer is provided guidance and assistance in the development and writing of their Script Polish and Development Presentation.  

  • Rates start at $895.00 and up:  films, series, documentaries, or scripted content / Includes Development and submission

  • Rates start at $595.00 and up:  Unscripted, Reality / ​Includes Development and submission

 

  • This plan provides the same professional resources and attention offered in our Personalized Development Presentation. 

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  • The writer also, will determine when a phase will start and when they will submit content to continue development.

For creation and/or editing of concept videos, trailers, etc., a separate rate will apply

 

To get started: schedule a call with our Executive Producer

What's include in your Development Presentation

Executive Producer: As a Prime Vendor for major studios, streaming, broadcast companies and Independents.​ 

  • We offer writers the same professional resources we provide our industry clients. Along with the experience, guidance, and resources needed to compete on a professional level when submitting their projects to Film, Streaming, Cable and Broadcast Companies.

  • One Sheet: Is a one-page line-item description of what your script is about. It includes: the genre of your script, one sentence log line, what it cost to produce, quadrant level, concept video one-minute run-time, and support information if available.

  • Budget: Top sheet budget that is created by a Line Producer familiar with cost that are specific to the production and budget needs of who it will be submitted to. ​

  • Script Polish: Includes a thorough analysis, evaluation and comparison of what's written compared to vision of the writer and edit (results are discussed with writer before any written edits are made.

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Executive Producer

Our Executive and Creative Producers  

Meet Industry Requirements

For Developing and Submitting Scripts To

Film, Streaming, Cable, and Broadcast Companies

 

Click here for more information about our team:

Executive Producer Services provided for Development and submitting your script: Our executive team has the experience, credits that meet industry standards and requirements for submitting scripts to major studios, streaming, film, cable, and broadcast companies.

 

  • Susan B. Flanagan our lead Executive Producer, Emmy® Award Winning Writer, Award Winning Producer, Showrunner, Best-Selling Author, and Script Adaptation Specialist.

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Script Polish
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Script Development and Polish 

Our Script Polish: In addition to the basic thorough edit of a script. The following is critical to determining if your script meets their creative needs.

When your script is accepted for review. The Development Executives of the company you've submitted to, can tell within the first 1-10 pages if a script based on current marketing trends, the genre, the log line, and the level of writing skills the writer has, if a script meets their needs.

Why are the first 10 pages of your script critical to determining if your script is accepted for further review or passed on?  

Answer:  This is where your writing skills have to go to another level and include the following:

  • Research has shown there is an extremely short amount of time a film or series has to grab, hold, and capture the imagination of an audience. That’s why most films and series tend to excite and grab the attention of the audience within the first 2 pages (first 1-2 mins) and the reason the first 10 pages of your script is so important (think of how the first scene in Law & Order opens).
     
What industry executives are looking for in the first 10 pages of your Script Polish:

  • Note: In all cases, if your opening scene in the first few pages of your script does not capture and hold the attention of the Development Executive, odds are the review will end.

What are the guidelines for writing and formatting your storyline Development Executives will seek to identify in the first 10 pages of your script.

  • High Concept: What is the hook that makes the audience want to keep watching? (a.) example: think Law & Order or any genre that has some type of action happen in the first page.

  • What is the CQ (Central Question of the story.) The script begins with an action, that creates the central question "who, what, or why." (a.) example: scene opens with an Amour Car being robbed, but only a box was taken (why.)

  • What Quadrant Level is the script? Quadrant is defined as what demographic does it appeal to? - A movie that appeals to all four major demographics i.e. male, female, under and over 18.ale, and both over and under the age of 25 is a level 4.

Concept Video
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Our production division is led by Slavik I.A, our Executive Producer, Director, Premier ​Previsualization, Animation and Digital Artist Supervisor. Slavik has helped produce and create visuals some of the biggest box office hits in recent years, such as Morbius, Gemini Man, Pirates of the Caribbean, Falling Skies, The Mummy, Tron, Transformers, and other major box office hits.

 

  • Creating a Concept Video Starts at $2,150.00 U.S. dollars and up.

  • Pay later and payment arrangements are available.

Please speak with our Executive Producer about your project.

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SUBMIT SCRIPTS
Process Submit

How Your Script Is Processed Once It's Accepted By

Streaming, Film, Cable, and Broadcast Companies

Short version of:

What you should know regarding how the industry process works for

accepting and reviewing scripts. 

Note: All projects will first be reviewed by a company’s legal division.

  • Once it determined you meet the required criteria to submit scripts. 

  • A script release form will be issued and must be signed, before the process begins to accept and send your project to their Development division.

  • For information regarding what happens to your script during the review process, click here.  

  • Your Development Package along with your script will be a key factor in identifying companies your project is submitted to. All companies have their own production or programming needs that varies week to week and often determines what projects are accepted for review or sent to inventory.

  • All projects submitted by new or well-known producers go through that particular company's process, for review and evaluation. And yes, even well-known producers get rejected.  

  • Streaming, film studios, cable, and broadcast companies have complete control over what projects they will accept, and when or if a project will be reviewed.

  • All companies do not produce all types of genres. Therefore, your project will not be submitted to all companies.  

     

  • All companies also make their own rules for the type of content they will accept for review or reject.   

     

  • If a project is "Passed" on, the company it was submitted to in most cases may or may not contact you. They only contact producers if they're interested in the content.  

     

  • We will submit a project to multiple companies if the script meets the needs of other companies. ​

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  • If a project is "Passed" on, it does not mean the script does not have entertainment value. Most times, it means they don't have a need for it that time. In some cases, it may be sent to their inventory.  

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