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Our credits include "Let's Get Laid!"

Hoping that includes found footage.
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Anonymous Content, Participant and even people like Bob Yari have used InkTip.

I got my first commission after a director read a couple of my screenplays on that site and my second commission via InkTip goes into production on July 18th.


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Thanks Pia for the great information.

As always, looking out for fellow SSer's

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Thanks for posting these Pia. They're interesting.

I used to be on Inktip, on the Production side, but let things lapse. Might go back on it to search for some features.

I think it's fairly clear that there are certain genres and types of films that give you a better shot of making it.

Seems to me that a lot of people make things too hard for themselves by trying to mix things up, when it seems there are fairly standard boxes for what the companies want.

Crime thrillers, heist movies, family friendly, comedy etc.

Some weird ones on the list as well though. I saw one wanting a script for just two cast members. Of all the things to ask for, that seemed strange to me. Not like having just two people is a particular hook, and having three or four isn't going to effect the budget significantly....
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Did you send it in?

I hope people send things in to things like this. I wonder how many writers actually even try to get things off the ground.
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No. It's a rough first draft. Sort of similar to The Hide...that you recommended.  


Sounds good.

Let me know when it's around.
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Quoted from Scar Tissue Films
Did you send it in?

I hope people send things in to things like this. I wonder how many writers actually even try to get things off the ground.


I follow these leads every so often but some of them are so specific I wonder if they get any hits at all (though I suppose there are people somewhere who have written biopics about Gloria Steinem).  


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I follow these leads every so often but some of them are so specific I wonder if they get any hits at all (though I suppose there are people somewhere who have written biopics about Gloria Steinem).  


I'm glad to know that Greg. Good for you.

Any nibbles?

I agree that some are weirdly specific. I reckon there are some genres that are great for aspiring writers to have in their back pocket though...crime one and an espionage one in particular. Seem to come up all the time, in one way or another.
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Did you send it in?

I hope people send things in to things like this. I wonder how many writers actually even try to get things off the ground.


Rick,

I recently submitted Zombie Playground to one of these inquiries.
Turns out they had already reviewed the synop on the site.

When it comes to InkTip, I get buku on their free service for short scripts.
Gotten two options that way, so far.

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Pia, you rock!

Thanks for keeping us in the loop.

And Congrats on your script being picked up.

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It's weird that I get the Inktip newsletter but it didn't include as many listings that Pia posted this week.


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Company B

We are looking for completed feature-length action/adventure scripts in the vein of the 80’s Amblin Entertainment films. In other words, PG-13 scripts in the vein of “The Goonies,” “Ghostbusters,” “E.T.,” “Gremlins,” “Back to the Future,” etc. Something with entertaining characters who have clear goals and lots of heart. High stakes but with some humor. Popcorn entertainment with memorable characters that we care about – not just whiz-bang special effects.

Budget will not exceed $15 million. Both WGA and Non-WGA writers may submit.


Thanks for the post, Pia!

You better believe I re-upped my newsletter status to get access to this lead!
Zombie Playground has already been submitted!

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Um, Filipino horror script?  I'm on it!  
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Company A
We are looking for completed feature-length sexy psychological thrillers. This would be a Chinese production or a mostly Chinese audience, so it must be able to pass Chinese censorship guidelines. The sexuality should not be too explicit (no scripts in the vein of “Shame”) but it can have undertones (like “Body Heat”). However, no scripts about corrupt government officials or police officers.

Budget will not exceed $5 million. Both WGA and Non-WGA writers may submit.

For more information on gaining access to this lead, please see
http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.


Thanks, Pia

Finally I have something in my arsenal that a company is looking for.  I might have to tweak it a bit to get under the budget and change the locations, but I think it could work.  Will see.

Thanks again for the continued updates.

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Company C
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We are looking for completed feature-length scripts featuring action or horror stories where the entire story is set in the Philippines.

Budget will not exceed $2 million. Only non-WGA writers should submit at this point in time.


Oh, I know a certain someone that better whip up a sweet query for this lead!
This is why you have  bunch of scripts, timing greases the wheels in this town.

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LATEST NEWS

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A list of my scripts can be found here.

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Good Luck Ghostie!!

I wish you would let us read your stuff one day. You have read so much here and been so helpful.  


Yeah! What she said! Flip us a PDF, pal!

Regards,
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Thanks Pia.

One of those comes close to a script i am finishing uo on. But it's not polished yet so maybe it will come back around. I've seen that happen on a few of these companies.

Apperciate you keepin us in the loop.

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Good point.

The odds of a nibble are slim but you dont know unless you try...

Thanks again.

And Congrats on your recent sucesses.

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We are looking for completed feature-length high-brow, intelligent, contemporary, comedy scripts that can be easily adapted to a setting in Sweden. By this, we mean a script that is set in the present day and its humor does not depend on cultural references or a specific setting. By high-brow and intelligent, we mean a script like “The Big Lebowski” and NOT low-brow, frat humor or slapstick. The script must NOT be multi-linear and should focus on a few characters (no ensemble comedies). The script should still have commercial sense and not be arthouse.

Budget will not exceed $16 million. Both WGA and Non-WGA writers may submit.


I submitted Clone Wife for this one, since the family's Swedish!
Hey, you never know, I could tell that story in Sweden.
The worst they can say is no...
And you know the old adage...
If you're not getting rejected twice a day, you're not working hard enough!

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Thanks Pia for looking out for us.

I think I'm gonna submit Mission Style on the comedy request.

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WOW!

Two faith based request.

I wonder if THE RIGHT TRACT would fit the bill on eother of these?

Wouldnt hurt to submit it and find out.

Thanks again PIA.

You SKYPING tonight?

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Hi PIA,

Just got my home computer back up and running. I had a crash last night while installing some new software.

Gotta love that!

Yeah, THE RIGHT TRACT is my first attempt at a true faith based script. It is right in line with COURAGEOUS, FIREPROOF and those types of films.

It was among the finalist in the KAIROS PRIZE contest for religious screenplays.

It's here somewhere in the drama section and received good reviews for the most part.

Faith based scripts are a bit like comedy scripts. They tend to be an acquired taste if you know what I mean. LOL...

Gotta go eat but maybe in a bit, I'll nudge you on Skype if your on and see if we can get some folks to join in.

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We are looking for completed feature-length completely unique found footage scripts, i.e. material where the story appears to be assembled from footage (like "Cloverfield", "Chronicle" or "Quarantine"), but with stories that are non-derivative and completely different from the premises of the mentioned films. Please submit through this form even if you're an agent; no phone calls please.

Budget will not exceed $1 million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

For more information on gaining access to this lead, please see
http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.



Hey now!
What coincidental timing!

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Thanks Pia.

Always looking out for us!

Shawn.....><
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What will we do without Pia?

This makes me wonder, where's Phil? .
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All this is a sheer waste of time and energy. Just find an industry pro, who has produced films before, hand over your synopsis and log lines to such people, not some Website where you wouldn't have any control over your idea or IP and assume more than what is really happening in the background. Once you have found a great hand inside the industry, form a good relationship, go slow, as things take a while from both parties to get adjusted to each others nature and flow of work ethics. Then make your attempt to "Hand over your best synopsis or log line and very carefully say -- I might have a screenplay for this one too". Never try to put too many story ideas into the same producer or industry pro's plate. It is unfair to them and to your own creative works. Once you have generated the interest then the ride would be bumpy and smooth, make it as smooth as you have the capacity to, let the other lead you till you see the "Checkbook". After that, "Run to the bank".
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Hey Jagan,

Um...this is how we are trying to find a producer and establish that relationship as you say. Granted there are various ways of doing something, but she is helping us in her way.

Pia is also helping us out here cause she cares. All this is done out of her goodness to help other writers. She doesn't have to do this, but she does (which I thank Pia ). So it's not a sheer waste of time and energy. I value it, and many others do too.

I'm not being mean Jagan, just putting things into perspective. I value your opinion but, you gotta choose your words more wisely next time.  

Gabe

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Inktip also have an ongoing record of teaming writers with producers with various successes.
As with SS, there are producers looking on these sites and for some, it can result in at least an "in".


http://darrentomalin.webs.com/index.htm

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Thanks Pia...I love Ink...have had some bites there myself...shorts mostly but it's a start

Appreciate all you do.


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Good link, helped me with my first option recently. No one here would suggest going in blind!


http://darrentomalin.webs.com/index.htm

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I agree. Really informative link.

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Just sent my faith based script - The Right Tract off.

You da bomb sweet Pia.

Thanks again for being you.

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Quoted from Angry Bear
1) Emerald Films – Seeking Realistic Christmas Scripts
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We are looking for completed feature-length Christmas scripts. Material submitted must be contemporary, realistic (no fantasy elements, i.e. no talking reindeer or toy-making elves), uplifting, and should be something that could air on TV, meaning no sex, gratuitous violence, profanity, etc. A heart-warming Christmas romance is especially welcome.

Budget will not exceed $1million, so small cast size (6-10) and minimal locations (3-5) are crucial. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Our credits include "Stealing Roses", "Absolute Fear," and "Dark Power", among many others.


That's a damn shame. Why did it have to be uplifting and heart-warming?


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Of course. Who doesn't remember that li'l classic? =)


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Quoted from Angry Bear

Also, just a check to see if anyone reads this...I'm shooting Bert's Them That's Dead tomorrow and Saturday!! Wish me luck! I need it...for bert's sake if nothing else.  


Pia,
As always, thanks sweetheart for the fantastic updates on InkTip. You are so awesome!!!

And everybody here is excited for you and the kicka$$ job you're doing on THEM THAT'S DEAD.

I am so looking forward to seing the final product. You have worked so hard on this and I know everyone here is excited for you.

BEST OF LUCK PIA!!!!!

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I keep an eye out for the InkTip listings but I'm not sure what you have to do?  Do you have to register the script with InkTip, which seems to cost?  I followed a link above and it only took me to such page as to pay to list on the site?


Check out my scripts...if you want to, no pressure.

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Cheers, Pia.

And good luck with the filming.


Check out my scripts...if you want to, no pressure.

You can find my scripts here
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Thanks Pia.

I do have a question if anyone can answer-

This is pasted from one of the request above-

Thus, we are looking for faith-based sample scripts only at this time. If your pitch interests us, we will request the complete sample script to evaluate.

What is a SAMPLE SCRIPT?

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Pia,

How do you do it?

You're a writer, producer, film maker...

And you still have time to look out for us.

Thanks!!!!

You're the best!

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Am I sober? You should know better.


My Avatar is a gold medel olympic bullet catcher...


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Quoted from Ledbetter
Am I sober? You should know better.


My Avatar is a gold medel olympic bullet catcher...


Shawn.....><


And the current Miss Arizona, dating one Jeff Bush...


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And the current Miss Arizona, dating one Jeff Bush...


Ha!

He should be so lucky!  

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Company A
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We are looking for completed feature-length family-audience, action/adventure scripts. The script should contain some humor. In other words, scripts in the vein of “Goonies,” “Spy Kids,” and “Big Fat Liar.” This should have elements that adults can enjoy, but it should still appeal to younger audiences as demonstrated in the above titles. The script should have the potential to turn into a TV series.  

Budget will not exceed $15 million. Both WGA and Non-WGA writers may submit.

For more information on gaining access to this lead, please see
http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.


Well, that's another hit for Zombie Playground...
But I let the preferred subscription expire.
Anyone got that code they'd be willing to privately share?

Regards,
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I was kind of disappointed again when they mentioned limited location Christmas but said humorous or romance. Doesn't anyone want a Christmas movie that's depressing anymore?


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We are pleased to announce that four more scripts were optioned and another writer was discovered through InkTip!
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Forget anything today, Pia?



Anyway, congrats to Babs and Craig!





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Company A
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We are looking for completed, feature-length, fairy tale scripts that have a twist and appeal to today’s audience with a modern sensibility (big sets and action). However, it should be set in an accurate past time period; NO present-day setting adaptations. Examples of the type of script we are looking for would be "Snow White and The Huntsman," "Mirror, Mirror" and "Red Riding Hood," where the story’s premise and characters stays true to the fairy tale but adds a twist (e.g. werewolves) and involves action elements to appeal to a wider audience.

Budget is high from $35 million and up. Both WGA and Non-WGA writers may submit.


So close, but no cigar, as they say. Breaks my heart.


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Posted: November 15th, 2012, 9:39pm Report to Moderator
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Hey Pia,

Got this one from my inbox today.
It's different than yours, I wonder why...

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1) Eclectic Pictures – Seeking Stoner Comedy Scripts
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We are looking for completed, feature-length stoner comedy scripts, i.e. material in the vein of “Pineapple Express.”

Budget will not exceed $5million.  WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Our credits include "Trust" with Clive Owen, the upcoming "Playing the Field" with Gerard Butler, and "Lovelace" with Amanda Seyfried.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

Enter your email address.

Copy/Paste this code: ruwrzt5b89


Weird how it seems we got different updates today.
Good lead for the script Ryan recently co-wrote though.
It's update #618, if that helps.
Anyway, we should get this one to Ryan!

Regards,
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I get diff ones too...I pay for the preferred list...


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Quoted Text
Please note, we are not looking for romcom, teen, fantasy, detective, cop, murder, historical, western, horror (vampire or zombie et al), movie/music industry, animals, mob, disease of the week, old people, body switch, XMAS, or reality-based scripts.


lol, that made me laugh.
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Quoted from Pia
We are looking for completed feature-length, edgy drama scripts, i.e. material in the vein of "Winter's Bone," "Tyrannosaur," "Shame," "We Need to Talk About Kevin," "Half Nelson," or "Hard Candy."


I've never seen any of those, but some who have read 'Thistles' have compared it to both 'Shame' and 'Half Nelson'.  I wonder if that's a sign.

Sorry if I'm asking a stupid question, Pia, but I heard you have to pay $50 to be able to submit to a lead or something of the like.  Does entering that code you suggested bypass that?  If you're too busy to answer, I can figure it out on the site tomorrow.

Looks like I have even more homework than I thought over the Holiday Week.  :-)

And thanks for taking the time to post all these for us, Pia.  You don't know how much it's appreciated.  (And probably how much it excites people to get to work.)


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I believe it's $50.

And thanks Pia. Hope all is going good on your end.

Gabe
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Pia,

As always, thanks for looking out for us.

I dont see anything here that fit my work, but I sure do apperciate you keeping us posted on whats up for grabs.

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Has anyone posted shorts on Inktip? I heard it was free, but when I joined I keep seeing $60 to post a work. Fine for a feature, but I'm not spending that on a short.

Am I missing something???

James


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It's free for a short. the 60 is for features. I know since I posted DE a feature for that amount. lol. The shorts are free.

Gabe
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I thought shorts were free but they had to be registered.

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Loglines? I thought what Ledbetter thought. Hmmm? Well, I know posting up features costs 60.
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Whatever the case, I know people who have sold shorts from InkTip so it should be worth a shot.  


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PLEASE NOTE:
DO NOT submit something if you don't have the script completed.
DO NOT show up at their doorstep, email or call them with your submission, outside of the submission instructions provided.
DO NOT submit your work if it doesn't fit the requirements.
If your script fits a lead, be sure to tweak your logline and synopsis to reflect the requirements in the lead.

If a writer violates this protocol, it is a sure way to guarantee that company won't consider the writer or script, and we will remove the writer from the InkTip email list.

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1) Diabolic Pictures – Seeking Race Car Gang Thriller Scripts
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We are looking for completed feature-length scripts featuring elements of both car racing and gangs, i.e. scripts in the vein of "Too Fast Too Furious," but with gangs. We really need material with simple storylines so our audience can focus visually on the racing and the violence, so please don't submit anything Shakespearean.

Budget will not exceed $5 mil. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Our credits include "Bedlam."

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

Enter your email address.

Copy/Paste this code: ajm0mta014

NOTE: Please only submit your work if it fits what the lead is looking for exactly.  If you aren't sure if your script fits, please ask InkTip first.

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2) Infra-Red Films Inc. – Seeking Canadian TV Pilots
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We are looking for completed drama, thriller, sci-fi, and action TV pilot scripts from Canadian writers. Please note that, due to tax and financing incentives, we are only looking for submissions from Canadian writers at this point in time.

Budget is yet to be determined. WGC and non-WGC writers may submit.

Our credits include "Mountain-Men," "The Mountie," and "Forger."

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

Enter your email address.

Copy/Paste this code: ev9025pfx3

NOTE: Please only submit your work if it fits what the lead is looking for exactly.  If you aren't sure if your script fits, please ask InkTip first.

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3) NYFA Thesis Project – Seeking Comedy Feature and 1/2 Hr. Pilot Scripts
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I am an MFA candidate in the New York Film Academy's graduate producing program, and am looking for a completed, feature-length comedic script and/or a half-hour comedic pilot script. Ideally I would like to develop a comedic script with subversive or satirical elements. I am not open to reviewing material that would be considered "dramedy". If you're familiar with the program, the objective of the thesis project is to develop 3 film and television properties with the purpose of creating business plans for potential investors. At least one of the properties must be optioned. This will initially be done as a thesis project and not as a commercial project, although the goal is to turn it into a viable commercial project further down the road.

WGA and non-WGA writers may submit. Budget is open, although the eventual budget should not exceed $20 million.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
Please type "InkTip" in the subject heading of the email.
Please email a log line & synopsis followed by a resume in the body of the email (NO email attachments. Those emails will be deleted without reading to:
Nicholas Rosholt
nicholas.rosholt@nyfa.edu

NOTE: Please only submit your work if it fits what the lead is looking for exactly.  If you aren't sure if your script fits, please ask InkTip first.

Below are more companies seeking scripts, which are available in this week’s Preferred Newsletter (without contact information/credits). To receive the information, the cost is $50 for a four-month subscription (half price if you have a script on the site!).

For more information about the Preferred Newsletter go here: http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.

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Company A
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We are looking for completed feature-length action/thriller scripts. Submissions must be either written or easily adapted for shooting location in an Asian country (South Korea, Thailand, Malaysia) with American cast lead and co-star/supporting roles for Asian stars. (preferably an American story shot abroad, think "Taken")

Budget will not exceed $25 million. WGA and non-WGA writers can submit at time.

For more information on gaining access to this lead, please see
http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.

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Company B
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We are looking for completed, feature-length scripts in the following genres: supernatural thrillers, thrillers, and mystery/ suspense. We are NOT interested in slasher/blood and gore, but would like an emphasis on original, intelligent, character-driven material with a strong character arc. Please include log line and short synopsis when submitting.

Budget under $1 million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

For more information on gaining access to this lead, please see
http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.

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Company C
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We are looking for completed feature-length urban action scripts. Submissions must be either written or easily adapted for shooting location in an Asian country (South Korea, Thailand, Malaysia) with American cast lead and co-star/supporting roles for Asian stars. Must have a very urban feel to it. By urban feel, we mean graffiti, gangs, cars ,music (think "Step Up" but with graffiti and music.)

Budget will not exceed $25 million. WGA and non-WGA writers should submit at this point in time.

For more information on gaining access to this lead, please see
http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.

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Company D
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We are looking for a writer to bring on board a project in development, and as such we are seeking completed, feature-length LGBT thriller scripts to evaluate as writing samples. Please note we are not looking for scripts to option, we are just looking for a writer who is open to writing on spec and who demonstrates the right tact and understanding of the LGBT community. Writers from or familiar with South Asian culture are a plus.

Budget has yet to be determined. Only non-WGA writers should submit at this point in time.

For more information on gaining access to this lead, please see
http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.

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Company E
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We are looking for completed feature-length thriller scripts. Submissions must contain elements of espionage with a good dose of generic political intrigue (NOT U.S. politics, as it will be shot in Canberra - Australia's capital). Must be limited-location and cast.

To be done on a micro budget. WGA and non-WGA writers should submit at this point in time.

For more information on gaining access to this lead, please see
http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.


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Pia, I applaud you just as much as Jerrol LeBarron for providing a valuable service to inktip clients, but after a year, there's still no leads popping up into my wheelhouse, heck the more I read some of those leads, I don't think even the most all-embracing writer, couldn't possibly have a script for... no, I'm not going to cancel my subscription, yet, this is 2013, a New Year...

But I did finally subscribe to IMDB pro (don't know why it took me so long) maybe because I've been in re-write hell for the last year.   But from what I here others' have been having better success, so will see, huh?

Thanks again,

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To be honest with you, I don't know anyone who's had any luck with InkTip other than with shorts. I've been thinking for a long time that I should quit posting these. This might actually be the last one.

Not sure what imdb Pro will do for you, but I wish you good luck with it.

Ghostie...you have a few titles in your sig. Why won't you let me read some of those? You've been a great reader here for a long time. I want to pay you back.  


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Pia,

I miss the days when you used to post the INK TIP posting here.

I might not have gotten any hits at the time, but that didn't stop me from trying.

Maybe you could consider doing it again?

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Your wish is my command, Shawn.  

I usually get their email around 5pm on Thursdays.


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Pia, you're wonderful!

Thanks so much for bringing this back.

I know everyone here will benefit from it.

For those who are new, this is a service Pia provides and is very helpful.

It is the new postings from Ink Tip that shows what industry professionals are looking for right now.

If you have someting you think might fit, PLEASE read the instructions in the post Pia puts up.

Thanks again Pia.

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PLEASE NOTE:
DO NOT submit something if you don't have the script completed.
DO NOT show up at their doorstep, email or call them with your submission, outside of the submission instructions provided.
DO NOT submit your work if it doesn't fit the requirements.
If your script fits a lead, be sure to tweak your logline and synopsis to reflect the requirements in the lead.

If a writer violates this protocol, it is a sure way to guarantee that company won't consider the writer or script, and we will remove the writer from the InkTip email list.


1) AML Pictures - Seeking Realistic Action Scripts
We are looking for completed, feature-length, character-driven, action scripts that are smart, edgy, with strong characters (not clichéd action characters), and based in reality, which is to say we are looking for the opposite of "Expendables.” When submitting, please only pitch if your story could realistically happen in the real world. Also please do not submit any US/Mexico border or cartel stories.

Budget has yet to be determined. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

For further reference, please feel free to look us up on IMDb.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

Enter your email address.

Copy/Paste this code: dwxv2xn8n0

NOTE: Please only submit your work if it fits what the lead is looking for exactly. If you aren't sure if your script fits, please ask InkTip first.

2) Silver Produced - Seeking Heist Scripts
We are looking for completed, feature length heist scripts, i.e. scripts in the vein of "The Town" or "Drive."

Budget will not exceed $5million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Our credits include "Sink Hole," among others.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

Enter your email address.

Copy/Paste this code: 0zf5xquwgu

NOTE: Please only submit your work if it fits what the lead is looking for exactly. If you aren't sure if your script fits, please ask InkTip first.

3) Sixth Sense Productions - Seeking High Concept Action Scripts
We're looking for feature-length, high concept action scripts that possess high octane action sequences. In the vein of "Crank” and "Matrix.” Unique story and concept/premise is a must.

No Budget Limits. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Our credits include "The First Grader” among others.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

Enter your email address.

Copy/Paste this code: w98qmun5y9

NOTE: Please only submit your work if it fits what the lead is looking for exactly. If you aren't sure if your script fits, please ask InkTip first.

4) Sixty40 Productions - Seeking Disaster Scripts
We are looking for completed, feature length disaster scripts, but not large scale stories that will require crowds and extensive FX, although some digital FX is fine. We need smaller stories dealing with characters set against the backdrop of a disaster, like a family dealing with an earthquake, a meteor that's about to hit the earth, or even a disaster involving monsters, as long as the monsters can be rendered digitally and without closeups that require animatronics.

Budget will not exceed $1million. Only non-WGA writers should submit.

Our credits include "Escape” and "Broken."

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

Enter your email address.

Copy/Paste this code: dq0f4tcn3y

NOTE: Please only submit your work if it fits what the lead is looking for exactly. If you aren't sure if your script fits, please ask InkTip first.

5) More Producers Seeking Screenplays and Writers

Below are more companies seeking scripts, which are available in this week's Preferred Newsletter (without contact information/credits). To receive the information, the cost is $60 for a four-month subscription (half price if you have a script on the site).


Company A
We are looking for completed, feature-length found footage scripts.

Budget has yet to be determined. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

For more information about the Preferred Newsletter, go here: http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.

Company B
We are looking for completed feature-length, spy thriller scripts set in the UK. Stories should be in the vein of "Ipcress File” and "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.” Scripts must be set or shot in the UK (no non-UK major landmarks/locations, although small bits in mainland Europe may be OK.)

Budget will not exceed $3-12 million. WG and non-WG writers may submit.

For more information about the Preferred Newsletter, go here: http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.

Company C
We are looking for completed, feature length, teen comedy scripts that feature 3 to 4 teen characters and take place in four to five locations. Locations should be exteriors or small interiors like a house or a store – we don't want to get into something large like a school or Las Vegas.

Budget will not exceed $200K. WG and non-WG writers may submit.

For more information about the Preferred Newsletter, go here: http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.

Company D
We are looking for completed, feature-length, Christmas scripts. Scripts must be contained, with a limited number of location and cast with little to no SFX/CGI. Character-driven stories are preferred and MUST be written for a MOW audience (no R-rated stuff.)

Budget will not exceed $1 million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

For more information about the Preferred Newsletter, go here: http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.

Company E
We are looking for completed Civil War scripts from Civil War "experts" (feature-length or television is fine) to evaluate as writing samples in a potential writer-hire opportunity. Please note, we are not looking for scripts to option, just writing samples that demonstrate knowledge of the history of the Civil War.

Budget has yet to be determined. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

For more information about the Preferred Newsletter, go here: http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.

Company F
We are looking for completed, feature-length comedy scripts from writers who are fluent in Russian and English. Please note this is a possible writer assignment, so we are not looking for scripts to option, just writing samples. Please only submit if you speak Russian and write comedy.

Budget has yet to be determined. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

For more information about the Preferred Newsletter, go here: http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.

Company G
We are looking for completed, feature-length scripts from writers who are fluent in Mandarin.

We are open to scripts in any budget as long as the writer speaks Mandarin. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

For more information about the Preferred Newsletter, go here: http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.

Company H
We are looking for completed, feature-length, young adult screenplays, i.e. scripts in the vein of "Twilight.” We prefer character-driven material featuring a female lead character in her twenties. No scripts that require extensive CGI or FX. Please type InkTip Writer in the subject heading of the email.

Budget is open. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

For more information about the Preferred Newsletter, go here: http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.


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Thanks Toby!  

PLEASE NOTE:
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DO NOT show up at their doorstep, email or call them with your submission, outside of the submission instructions provided.
DO NOT submit your work if it doesn't fit the requirements.
If your script fits a lead, be sure to tweak your logline and synopsis to reflect the requirements in the lead.

If a writer violates this protocol, it is a sure way to guarantee that company won't consider the writer or script, and we will remove the writer from the InkTip email list.


1) Ardor Pictures - Seeking Stoner Comedy Scripts
We are looking for completed, feature-length stoner buddy comedy scripts, i.e. material in the vein of "Pineapple Express,” "Friday,” "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle,” "Half Baked,” etc.

Budget will not exceed $1million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Our Credits include "Sharkproof” among others.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

Enter your email address.

Copy/Paste this code: 7tn1nk1et6


2) Leo Films - Seeking Krampus Scripts
We are looking for completed, feature-length scripts about Krampus, the Eastern European holiday demon. At this point in time, we are open to either pitches for completed scripts on the subject or pitches from writers with a horror fantasy script they would like to submit as a writing sample in order to be considered for a modern adaptation of the story.

Budget has yet to be determined. Only non-WGA writers should submit at this point in time.

Our credits include "B-witched,” among others.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

Enter your email address.

Copy/Paste this code: 71etkr4bqa


Below are more companies seeking scripts, which are available in this week's Preferred Newsletter (without contact information/credits). To receive the information, the cost is $60 for a four-month subscription (half price if you have a script on the site).

Company A
We are looking for completed feature-length romantic comedy scripts in the vein of "The Proposal” and "Sweet Home Alabama.”

Budget is undetermined. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Company B
We are looking for WGA member writers to bring on board existing feature and television projects, and as such we are seeking completed scripts (feature-length or television spec) to evaluate as writing samples. We are open to submissions in any genre at this point in time as long as the writer is a member of the WGA.

Budget has yet to be determined. Only WGA writers may submit.


Company C
We are looking for completed, feature-length, urban-themed scripts. Submissions can be comedies, romantic comedies or thrillers, as long as they are clearly developed for urban characters and audiences, i.e. scripts in the vein of "Filly Brown." Please do not submit anything that is not urban-themed, as we are not interested in material that could "be easily adapted to fit.” Please also provide a synopsis when submitting.

Budget is open. WG and Non-WG writers may submit.

Company D
We are looking for completed, feature-length scripts with stories centered around an older man in his 60s. We are open to submissions in any genre as long as your script is strongly character driven and features a strong male protagonist in his 60s.

Budget will not exceed $500k. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Company E
We are looking for completed feature-length political drama scripts with strong female characters and no degrading dialogue. Scripts must be contained, with very few locations, cast, SFX/CGI etc.

Budget is undetermined. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Company F
We are looking for completed, feature-length drama, romance, comedy or romcom scripts with stories taking place in a house.

Budget will not exceed $250K. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Company G
We are looking for completed, feature length, family-friendly Christmas scripts. Submissions need be for happy, upbeat material that parents would take their kids to see.

Budget will not exceed $200K. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


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Pia,

You're the greatest!!!

Thanks for putting up the latest news.

I love how you look out for us.

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DO NOT show up at their doorstep, email or call them with your submission, outside of the submission instructions provided.
DO NOT submit your work if it doesn't fit the requirements.
If your script fits a lead, be sure to tweak your logline and synopsis to reflect the requirements in the lead.

If a writer violates this protocol, it is a sure way to guarantee that company won't consider the writer or script, and we will remove the writer from the InkTip email list.


1) Sixty40 Productions - Seeking Horror Scripts
We are looking for completed, feature length , horror scripts.

Budget will not exceed $1million. Only non-WGA writers should submit.

Our credits include "Escape” and "Broken."

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

Enter your email address.

Copy/Paste this code: gbc0xfzndd


2) Caruso Visual Productions Inc. - Seeking Contained Teen Comedy Scripts
We are looking for completed, feature length, teen comedy scripts that feature 3 to 4 teen characters and take place in four to five locations. Locations should be exteriors or small interiors like a house or a store - we don't want to get into something large like a school or Las Vegas.

Budget will not exceed $200K. WG and non-WG writers may submit.

Our credits include "Club Utopia,” among others.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

Enter your email address.

Copy/Paste this code: p1w8nfbzap


3) More Producers Seeking Screenplays and Writers

Company A
We are looking for family friendly scripts from writers who specialize in family friendly material to evaluate as writing samples. Please note we are only looking for writers who can showcase skills in dialogue, scene and tone for family related content. Please also note we are not looking for scripts to option, so if we like your pitch and request a writing sample to evaluate, we will only request a 5-page sample.

Budget has yet to be determined, WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

For more information about the Preferred Newsletter, go here: http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.
Company B
We are looking for completed, feature-length, ensemble comedy and romantic comedy scripts in the vein of "The Hangover” or "Bridesmaids.”

Budget is yet to be determined. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


Company C
We are looking for completed, feature-length, horror scripts. Submissions must be extremely limited in location, cast and SFX. No more that 3-5 locations with most of the story taking place in 1-2 locations. Stories MAY contain slasher, gore, or torture scenes with thrilling elements as long as they can be done on an indie budget.

Budget will not exceed 200k. WGA and Non-WGA writers may submit.


Company D
We are looking for completed feature-length sci-fi scripts. Submissions must be from a produced writer or contest winner. Submissions need be for material that is not clichéd in the sci-fi genre or FX-driven, but rather highlights social issues i.e. scripts in the vein of "Primer.” When pitching, please provide your IMDb link or a list of contest wins in the resume space.

Budget will not exceed 2 million. WGA and Non-WGA writers may submit.


Company E
We are looking for completed, feature-length action/comedy scripts. Submissions need be for material that is contemporary, and we prefer stories that rely on small arms/weapons type action and hand-to-hand combat as opposed to scripts involving car chases, fighter jets, or underwater elements.

Budget will not exceed $500K. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


Company F
We are looking for a writer to bring on board an existing project, and as such we are seeking as writing samples completed, feature-length character-driven thriller scripts with stories featuring multiple characters and story lines that converge in the end, i.e. scripts in the vein of "Crash.” Please note, we are not looking for scripts to option, just a writer with the demonstrated ability to write this sort of story.

Budget has yet to be determined. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


Company G
We are looking for completed, feature length low budget action thriller scripts that are edgy and realistic and with a heroic protagonist, i.e. scripts in the vein of "Man on Fire.” We very specifically want material with some close quarter hand-to-hand combat, a couple good foot chase sequences, one vehicle/car chase, and on fight to the death at the climax. If you have such a script, please pitch it to us.

Budget has yet to be determined, WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


Company H
We are looking for completed feature-length drama scripts from a produced writer or contest winner. Stories should be based on true stories with social impact. Scripts must be written with an indie feel to it (limited location, cast, SFX, etc.) When pitching, please provide your IMDb link or a list of contest wins in the resume space.

Budget will not exceed 2 million. WGA and Non-WGA writers may submit.


Company I
We are looking for completed feature-length horror scripts that are based on a true story from a produced or contest-winning writer. Submissions need to be for material that highlights a social issue, which is to say we are not looking for typical slasher, monster, or torture films. When pitching, please provide your IMDb link or a list of contest wins in the resume space.

Budget will not exceed 2 million. WGA and Non-WGA writers may submit.


Company J
We are looking for feature-length, contained, sci-fi/thriller scripts, 95 pages or less, with fewer than 10-12 characters and fewer than 10 locations. Submissions may contain some horror elements as long as it is intellectual and not a slasher film. Stories must have a Latina female lead or strong supporting character in her 20s (even better if another lead is female is in her 30s, not Latina.) We are not interested in sci-fi scripts that require a lot of CGI/FX. Contest winning writers are a plus.

Budget range 125K – 175K. WGA and Non-WGA writers accepted.


Company K
We are looking for completed, feature-length werewolf scripts.

Budget has yet to be determined. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


Company L
We are looking for completed, feature-length exorcism scripts.

Budget has yet to be determined. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


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Good looking out, Pia. Always nice to see what other people are looking for. Thank you. =)


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We are looking for a writer to bring on board an existing project, and as such we are seeking as writing samples completed, feature-length character-driven thriller scripts with stories featuring multiple characters and story lines that converge in the end, i.e. scripts in the vein of "Crash.” Please note, we are not looking for scripts to option, just a writer with the demonstrated ability to write this sort of story.

Budget has yet to be determined. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


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Sean, I think you should submit Christmas story. You did a good job on it.  


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Need to do more homework: wikipedia.org "Category: Direct-to-video films by genre"
And: http://www.straight2dvdmovies.com/

FWIW, I certainly ain't knocking the DTV itself genre.
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Interesting that one of the companies specifies they are looking for pro scripts or competition winners. Maybe it's worth entering competitions after all.


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Sean, I think you should submit Christmas story. You did a good job on it.  


Couple reasons why I won't:

1. It's not ready (in fact, I just re-read a few passages and it's pretty damn terrible).
2. I don't have $50 to join Inktip (didn't I read somewhere that to contact them, you have to be part of the mailing list?).
3. It's not a guarantee (I know there's no such things). It's basically vying for the chance to re-write something of someone else's creation, pretty much on the fly.


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Quoted from Mr. Blonde


Couple reasons why I won't:

1. It's not ready (in fact, I just re-read a few passages and it's pretty damn terrible).
2. I don't have $50 to join Inktip (didn't I read somewhere that to contact them, you have to be part of the mailing list?).
3. It's not a guarantee (I know there's no such things). It's basically vying for the chance to re-write something of someone else's creation, pretty much on the fly.


Sean - last time i read christmas story I enjoyed it. Not saying this i the right thing to do, but don't be afraid to give it a chance. It was well done. What have you to lose?  Are you really going to spend hours improving it and then for who?

best of luck


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Sean - last time i read christmas story I enjoyed it. Not saying this i the right thing to do, but don't be afraid to give it a chance. It was well done. What have you to lose?  Are you really going to spend hours improving it and then for who?


I know, Bill, but I made a mistake is not putting enough emphasis on number two. That was the biggest stumbling block. Besides, every couple months, something comes up on Inktip that CS would fit perfectly so I don't see much of a need to rush it, especially when I don't have the funds at the current moment.


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Thank you Pia for the hard work you put in to see we get this update.

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Thanks Shawn!

PLEASE NOTE:
DO NOT submit something if you don't have the script completed.
DO NOT show up at their doorstep, email or call them with your submission, outside of the submission instructions provided.
DO NOT submit your work if it doesn't fit the requirements.
If your script fits a lead, be sure to tweak your logline and synopsis to reflect the requirements in the lead.

If a writer violates this protocol, it is a sure way to guarantee that company won't consider the writer or script, and we will remove the writer from the InkTip email list.


1) American Biograph Films - Seeking Japanese Legend Scripts
We are looking for completed, feature-length, genre scripts with stories based on Japanese legends, to shoot in Japan. Ideally we'd like to find material based on American tourists going to Japan and doing something unknowingly to release some ancient legendary horror, if such a script is out there. But we are open to any material as long as it is based on any Japanese legend. Submissions must be for material that is contemporary.

Budget will not exceed $2million. WG and Non-WG writers may submit.

Our credits include "Road to Nowhere.”

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

Enter your email address.

Copy/Paste this code: fkfupsubep


2) Galaxy Film Studios - Seeking Family Friendly Christmas Scripts
We are looking for completed, feature length, family-friendly Christmas scripts. Submissions need be for happy, upbeat material that parents would take their kids to see.

Budget will not exceed $200K. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Our credits include "Anagram,” among others.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

Enter your email address.

Copy/Paste this code: qgqtx7mggm


3) Status Media & Entertainment - Seeking Single Location Sci-Fi Scripts
We are looking for completed, feature-length sci-fi scripts where the entire story takes place in a space ship.

Budget will not exceed $1million. Only non-WGA writers should submit at this point in time.

Our credits include "The Devil's Dozen” and "Beyond Justice,” among others.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

Enter your email address.

Copy/Paste this code: 862nzanumg


Below are more companies seeking scripts, which are available in this week's Preferred Newsletter (without contact information/credits). To receive the information, the cost is $60 for a four-month subscription (half price if you have a script on the site).

Company A
We are looking for completed, feature-length coming-of-age scripts, i.e. scripts in the vein of "Dead Poets' Society," "Mean Girls," "Adventureland," or "Superbad."

Budget will not exceed $10million. WG and Non-WG writers may submit.


Company B
We are looking for completed, feature-length, romantic comedy scripts with stories set in Austin, Texas, or which convey that unique Austin, TX hippie/arts vibe such that it could believably be set in Austin. We especially need fun, quirky material in the vein of "Bridget Jones Diary," "Muriel's Wedding," and "Amelie," but translatable to Austin, TX. When pitching, if you live in or are from the Austin area, please state as much in the personal message space.

Budget will not exceed $1million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Company C
We are looking for completed, feature-length, buddy action/comedy scripts written for two lead roles. Submissions should be in the vein of "48 Hours” or "Lethal Weapon.”

Budget will not exceed 10-15 million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Company D
We are looking for completed, feature length action films where most or all of the story takes place in a city setting. Scripts should be able to attract A-list talent, so we're looking for material in the vein of "Taken" or "The Bourne Identity."

Budget is open. WGA and Non-WGA writers may submit.

Company E
We are looking for half hour reality/semi reality TV pitches. We are interested in hearing all genres, from the next Honey Boo-Boo to the next Pawn Stars.

Budget is undetermined. WGA only writers may submit at this time.

Company F
We are looking for a writer with an understanding of Latino and Gay cultures, and as such we are seeking completed, feature length scripts demonstrating an understanding of both. Submissions can be in any genre and we are open to submissions from any and all writers as long as there are both Gay and Latino characters in the script. We especially prefer material from writers who have an understanding of current immigration reform issues like the Dream Act. Please note we are not looking for scripts to option, we are only looking for writing samples that convey an understanding of these two cultures in a potential writer/hire/collaboration opportunity.

Budget will not exceed $1million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Company G
We are looking for up-and-coming writers interested in a spec writing opportunity collaborating on existing story ideas and concepts to create feature-length screenplays. For consideration, interested writers should submit completed, feature-length, character-driven dramas to evaluate as writing samples. Submissions with faith-based elements are encouraged though not required. Writing samples must be limited as to location and cast with little to no FX/CGI. Writers must be in Los Angeles area with an interest in character-focused dramas. If interested, please pitch us your writing sample, but please note we are only looking for scripts to evaluate as writing samples.

Budget has not been determined. Non-WGA writers only at this time.

Company H
We are looking for completed, feature-length, epic, psychological thriller scripts. Submissions should be in the vein of "Donnie Darko” meets "Butterfly Effect”. We are not looking or anything gory but rather a "could-be” true story that haunts the mind. This will be shot in an eerie Eastern European or Scottish location, so script submissions should be written to reflect this. We are open to reading submissions that can be easily adapted to an Eastern European or Scottish location from writers willing to do a re-write. Stories must be very limited in location and cast. No period pieces or animation.

Budget will not exceed $300k. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


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PLEASE NOTE:
DO NOT submit something if you don't have the script completed.
DO NOT show up at their doorstep, email or call them with your submission, outside of the submission instructions provided.
DO NOT submit your work if it doesn't fit the requirements.
If your script fits a lead, be sure to tweak your logline and synopsis to reflect the requirements in the lead.

If a writer violates this protocol, it is a sure way to guarantee that company won't consider the writer or script, and we will remove the writer from the InkTip email list.

1) The Brothers Olson - Seeking Contained Thriller Scripts
We are looking for completed, feature length thriller scripts that are contained and which feature one central role where the character is in just one location throughout the entire film, like Hallie Berry in "The Call” or Colin Farrell in "Phone Booth” or Jodie Foster in "Panic Room.”

Budget will not exceed $1million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Our credits include "Unknown Caller,” which was shot from a script we found on InkTip.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

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2) Swirl Films - Seeking Faith-Based Scripts
We are looking for completed, feature-length, contemporary, high-concept, faith-based scripts, i.e. scripts in the vein of "Courageous" or "Fire Proof."

Budget will not exceed $200K. Only non-WGA writers should submit at this point in time.

Our credits include "Somebody's Child", "The Perfect Summer" and "Marry Me For Christmas, among others.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
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3) UCLA Thesis Candidate - Seeking Thesis Scripts
I am an MFA candidate in UCLA's Graduate Producers Program and am looking for a completed, feature-length drama, comedy, or thriller scripts to develop as a thesis project. The objective of the thesis film is to option and develop a project with a writer over the course of a 12 to 18 month option period, and then pitch the project to studios and financiers for funding or sale. The process begins with the script being optioned and developed as a thesis project with the goal to turn it into a viable commercial project.

Please note that the eventual budget should not exceed $15 million. WGA and Non-WGA writers may submit.

To submit to this lead:
Please email a logline & synopsis followed by a resume in the body of the email (NO email attachments. Those emails will be deleted without being read) to Brian Patrick Runt at: UCLA.PP.ScriptSubmissions@gmail.com to submit your script.

When submitting, please include "InkTip” in the subject heading of your email.

4) Kinetik Films - Seeking Austin TX-Set Romcom Scripts
We are looking for completed, feature-length, romantic comedy scripts with stories set in Austin, Texas, or which convey that unique Austin, TX hippie/arts vibe such that it could believably be set in Austin. We especially need fun, quirky material in the vein of "Bridget Jones Diary," "Muriel's Wedding," and "Amelie," but translatable to Austin, TX. When pitching, if you live in or are from the Austin area, please state as much in the personal message space.

Budget will not exceed $1million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Our credits include "Bollywood Beats," among others.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
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Enter your email address.

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Below are more companies seeking scripts, which are available in this week's Preferred Newsletter (without contact information/credits). To receive the information, the cost is $60 for a four-month subscription (half price if you have a script on the site).

Company A
We are looking for completed, feature length, character driven, thriller or dramatic thriller scripts, i.e. scripts in the vein of "Drive" or "Argo."

Budget will not exceed $2 million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Company B
We are looking for completed 1/2 hour comedy pilots, single-camera preferred but not necessary, focusing on a satirical/farcical look at the inner workings of Hollywood. Submissions should be in the vein of "Entourage," "Life's Too Short," "Episodes," or "Extras." TV-MA material only. No animation

Budget has not been determined. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Company C
We are looking for completed, feature-length, space travel, sci-fi scripts, i.e. scripts in the vein of "Star Wars" or "Star Trek."

Budget will not exceed 5 million Euros. WG and non-WG writers may submit.

Company D
We are looking for completed, feature length, LGBT, drama scripts to evaluate as writing samples. Please note we are looking for a writer to bring on board an existing project, so we are not looking for material to option but rather writing samples to evaluate.

Budget has yet to be determined. WG and non-WG writers may submit.

Company E
We are looking for completed, feature length, gritty, drama or crime drama or dramatic thriller scripts from writers who are based in the UK or Ireland. We are also open to pitches on scripts from writers living elsewhere as long as the entire story is set in the UK. When pitching, please tell us whether you are based in the UK or Ireland or your story is set in the UK or Ireland.

Budget has yet to be determined. WG and non-WG writers may submit.

Company F
We are looking for completed feature-length, sci-fi/thriller scripts. Submissions should be in the vein of "Chronicle," "Monsters," "Cloverfield," or "Attack of the Block". If the story revolved around an alien invasion it should feel more like "At Worlds End" as opposed to "Alien." Tonally, tread on the lighter side of the examples given.

Budget will not exceed $3 million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Company G
We are looking for completed, feature-length, UK-set comedy scripts from produced writers. We are only open to submissions for stories that are set in the UK. Submissions must be from produced writers only, at this time. Please include a link to your IMDb credits when submitting.

Budget will not exceed $5 million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Company H
We are looking for completed, feature length, thriller scripts with stories about child abduction.

Budget will not exceed $1million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

For more information about the Preferred Newsletter, go here: http://www.InkTip.com/pnews.php.


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PLEASE NOTE:
DO NOT submit something if you don't have the script completed.
DO NOT show up at their doorstep, email or call them with your submission, outside of the submission instructions provided.
DO NOT submit your work if it doesn't fit the requirements.
If your script fits a lead, be sure to tweak your logline and synopsis to reflect the requirements in the lead.

If a writer violates this protocol, it is a sure way to guarantee that company won't consider the writer or script, and we will remove the writer from the InkTip email list.


1) Childhooddreams Productions - Seeking Sci-Fi/Thriller Scripts
We are looking for completed, feature-length Sci-fi/thriller scripts, i.e. scripts in the vein of "Source Code."

Budget will not exceed $1million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.

Our credits include "1001 Ways to Enjoy the Missionary Position," among others.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
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2) Pigs Pictures - Seeking Musical Scripts
We are looking for completed feature-length musical scripts with original music already written.

Budget will not exceed $10 million. WG and non-WG writers may submit.

Our credits include "Journey to the Moon" and the award winning "My Angel."

To submit to this lead, please go to:
http://www.inktippro.com/leads/

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3) Control films - Seeking UK Spy Thriller Scripts
We are looking for completed feature-length, spy thriller scripts set in the UK. Stories should be in the vein of "Ipcress File” and "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.” Scripts must be set or shot in the UK (no non-UK major landmarks/locations, although small bits in mainland Europe may be OK.)

Budget will not exceed $3-12 million. WG and non-WG writers may submit.

Our Credits include "Peterman” among others.

To submit to this lead, please go to:
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4) More Producers Seeking Screenplays and Writers

Below are more companies seeking scripts, which are available in this week's Preferred Newsletter (without contact information/credits). To receive the information, the cost is $60 for a four-month subscription (half price if you have a script on the site).


Company A
We are looking for completed, feature-length, high-concept comedy scripts in any subgenre.

Budget is yet to be determined. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


Company B
We are looking for completed, feature-length, romantic comedy scripts, i.e. scripts in the vein of "My Big Fat Greek Wedding", "Hitch", "Pretty Woman", "Silver Linings Play Book", or "The Proposal".

Budget is yet to be determined. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


Company C
We are looking for completed, feature-length disaster or post-apocalyptic scripts with strong characters, i.e. scripts in the vein of "The Book of Eli."

Budget will not exceed $1million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


Company D
We are looking for completed feature-length thriller scripts from Canadian writers. Please note that we are not looking for scripts to option, we are only looking for a writer to bring on board an existing project. Also, please note that, due to tax and financing incentives, we are only open to submissions from Canadian citizens at this point in time.

Budget has yet to be determined. Only non-WGC writers may submit.


Company E
We are looking for completed, feature-length, female driven heist scripts.

Budget will not exceed $500k. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


Company F
We are looking for completed, feature length Horror/ Thriller/ Murder/Mystery/ scripts with stories taking place in a single or minimal locations. When pitching, please state the number of locations in your story in the personal message space.

This will be shot on an ultra-low budget. Only non-WGA writers should submit at this point in time.


Company G
We are looking for completed, feature-length, house invasion scripts. Submissions can be for thriller or horror scripts as long as the story involves a home invasion and takes place entirely in the house/home location.

Budget will not exceed $1 million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


Company H
We are looking for completed, feature-length scripts with stories that show the positive side of the oilfield or oil and gas business. Submissions can be for material that is futuristic (e.g. a world after oil), or alternate universe (a world where oil was never discovered), or can be more human interest, like biopic scripts about oil mavens like George Mitchell who did a lot to help humanity with their oil money, as long as they show the positive side of the oilfield. Another possibility would be a film that flips stereotypes and the engineers and geologists are the good guys.

There is no budget cap on this. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


Company I
We are looking for completed, feature-length, faith-based scripts. Submissions should be for uplifting dramas and spiritual thrillers that run about 90 pages in total, are contemporary, with small casts, few locations and no large crowd scenes.

Budgets will not exceed $600,000. Both WG and Non-WG writers may submit.


Company J
We are looking for completed, feature-length scripts in any genre from writers who are either produced, repped, or are/were Sundance Lab finalists. When pitching, please list your background in the personal message space.

Budget will not exceed $15million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit.


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I just sent an e-mail over to the Sons Productions one looking for stuff like Drive and shit like that, but with a female driven lead, I believe it was?  I normally wouldn't bother but I have some confidence in the script.

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I didn't get a newsletter this week. Not sure why.  If anyone else feels like posting it, please do.  


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