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What you should know regarding how the industry process works for accepting and reviewing scripts.

  • See information below, at the bottom of this page.

Some of the key points of information required by major studios and streaming companies to include in your Development Presentation. 

​Our Executive Producers have the experience and ability to submit scripts to studios and streaming companies.

  • Submitting your script:  Our lead creative executive Susan B. Flanagan (Emmy® Award Winning Writer, Award Winning Producer, Showrunner, Best-Selling Author, and Script Adaptation Specialist) 

  • Slavik I.A. who visually continues to create some of Hollywood's major box office hits (i.e. Morbius, Black Panther Wakanda Forever, Madame Web, Spider-Man, Pirates of the Caribbean, etc.) have the experience and meet the industry's requirements for submitting scripts. 

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  • 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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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 to the production company of record before the process begins to accept and send your project to their Development division.

  • ​Once approved, 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 Independents or well-known producers go through that company's same 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.  

  • 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.  

  • Once your script has been submitted, there are no guarantees your project will be accepted for review or get produced. Companies that accept scripts for review and consideration do not send out emails or notices on the status of a script.

  • The only time a company will notify a producer about a script that's been submitted, is when they have questions or wish to have a meeting and discuss a possible deal for licensing, option, or purchase.  

Note: Producers that have contact information and names of Development Executives do not release that information. Industry executives do not want their information public unless it is released to individuals, they release it to. 

 

Also keep in mind, it took Steven Spielberg 17 years to get Shindler's List produced by a major studio. Within those 17 years he wrote a lot of other block buster movies. He will be the first to tell you, keep pushing your script, but don't stop writing more scripts.

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