Companies Accepting Unsolicited Scripts in 2022

Welcome, everyone! Please, read carefully before submitting anything: Don’t flood a company’s inbox with multiple projects but submit a complete and polished document. Respect their guidelines, time and patience. Common sense: don’t send a rom-com script to a company specialised in indie horrors (or a blockbuster to a short film company). Let us know if …

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How to Find a Producer for Your Screenplay

Producers don’t live in bat caves or dungeons. Most have a visible online presence, either created by others (e.g. articles) or by themselves to promote their work (on Twitter, for instance). Nevertheless, finding a producer and getting them hooked by your project is still very tough. The ubiquitous phrase “We don’t accept unsolicited scripts” on …

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How to Write Strong Titles

How many times have you been brooding over your “untitled screenplay”, searching for that perfect title that would make it shine like a gemstone? Yes, this won’t come as a surprise to many of you: crafting a good title for a script is not a piece of cake. And while there’s plenty of brilliant references …

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Overcoming Rejection

We are at the end of the year (and what a year!), the time when we cannot but look back on the achievements and failures encountered on our paths. However fun, we all know writing can be a bumpy ride. Some things are great, others pretty hard to swallow. Among the bad things, having a …

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How to Nail the One-Page Pitch

Treatments, ten-pagers, series bibles, scene-by-scene outlines— the list goes on and on. If one of your projects gets ever optioned by a production company, you will be surprised to learn that the good old screenplay is just one of the many documents that might be requested to you. Writing a well-crafted script indeed is the …

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