BSI Films is a Prime Vendor for major Hollywood studios, streaming, cable, and broadcast companies. We offer Independents the same professional script writing, film, series, and content development and production services we provide our industry clients.
Our executive team has the experience, resources, and ability to create and submit the documents needed to meet the standards for submitting to studios, streaming, cable, and broadcast ... more information below.
Previsualization & Digital animation by our EP Slavik I.A.
In today's film industry, although your script is important, ... it’s no longer the only document they want to see!
Includes: Development Presentation, Script Polish, Submitting To
Streaming, Cable and Broadcast Companies and more ...
* Extended payments and pay as you go options
View a sample of our Development Presentation and SAR ... click here
Development Presentation what's included in our package
Our lead Executive Producer, Susan B. Flanagan, is an Emmy® Award Winning Writer, Award Winning Producer, Showrunner, Best-Selling Author, and Script Adaptation Specialist chosen by major studios, credited writers, and literary agencies for the adaptation of scripts and books.
Our lead Content Producer, Slavik I.A. is our Premier Previsualization, Animation and Digital Artist Supervisor and Director. Slavik has helped produce some of the biggest box office hits in recent years, such as Gemini Man, Pirates of the Caribbean, Falling Skies, The Mummy, Tron, Transformers, and other major box office hits.
Our Development Presentation
Includes the following
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Script Polish is included only with Executive Development Presentation and required for any script being submitted to streaming, cable, or broadcast companies.
Budget: Top sheet budget - created by line producer familiar with cost that are specific to production and budget needs of who it will be submitted to.
Executive One-Sheet - is an overview (bullet points) of critical creative and production information highlighting specifics about your project that appeal to the needs of the investor or executives you're submitting your project to.
Pitching/Submitting Your Script - Our team presents projects that meet standards and guidelines set by each individual investment group or industry company open to receiving content based on their creative and business needs. To ensure projects meet those standards, we only submit scripts developed by our team. Scripts seeking funding will need to be approved by our executive producer for consideration.
Support information that highlights the entertainment and business value of your project, i.e., talent, director attached, books with a following, YouTube channel with clips or shorts of your project, social media following, etc.
Note: Speak with our executive to discuss payment options for the development of your Executive Presentation. There are no credit checks or credit card information needed.
Funding - If seeking investors or funding for your project and you do not have an agent, talent, director or equity funding attached to your project, there are other options to consider for securing funding. Speak to our EP regarding alternative options for consideration.
Syd Shaffer and his hedge fund group raises funding for major studios and independents. Click here for his Q&A regarding funding films and negotiating production deals.
BSI Films is led by Susan B. Flanagan our Executive Producer, Development Executive, Emmy® Award Winning Writer, Producer, Showrunner and Lead Editor for Adapting Scripts and Books
Rates For Our Script Polish Starts at $1,495.00 - For details click here
When is a Script Polish needed: A Script Polish is needed for all scripts before they are submitted or pitched to investors, streaming, broadcast and industry executives.
Our script polish follows the same guidelines and standards investors, streaming, broadcast and industry clients requires Susan to adhere to, when polishing a script prior to them reviewing, approving it for funding or sending a script to series.
Why it helps to have a SAR: writers are getting a SAR before submitting their script. It gives them the advantage of seeing the report and using it as a guideline for increasing their score by polishing areas of their script before submitting it.
Susan uses the same format she's requested to use when analyzing scripts for our industry clients.
For more information and to receive your report, submit your payment of $49.95 along with the first 10 pages of your script.
Why is a SAR needed: Investors and studio, streaming, cable, and broadcast companies do not have time to read scripts. This report tells them if a script meets their creative and business directives.
Our Creative Executive Susan B. Flanagan states, when sitting in committee with investors, studio, and broadcast clients, this group rarely if ever has the time to read scripts. But they will read the 1page (SAR) report that grades answers to specific creative and production questions about your script, that they want identified in the first 10 pages of your script.