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3Stream

3Stream

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Credit List (for yourself) I personally worked on these projects in various capacities. Don’t assume that I produced any of these. My confidential production clients are not listed.    Features- Deja Vu, Expired, G-Force, Live Free or Die Hard, SuperBad, The Fall, The Great Buck Howard… TV- 7th Heaven, Bones, Close to Home, Crossing Jordan , CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: NY, Day Break, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Desperate Housewives, ER, E-Ring, Fuller House, Ghost Whisperer, Gilmore Girls, Heroes, House, How I Met Your Mother, In Justice, Las Vegas, Last Man on Earth, Less Than Perfect, Monk, My Boys, My Name Is Earl, Nip/Tuck, October Road, Pushing Daisies, Related, Strong Medicine, The Class, The Factory, The Middle, The New Adventures of Old Christine, The Nine, The O.C., The Sons of Anarchy, The War at Home, The West Wing, Two and a Half Men, Threshold, Vanished, Weeds …
What has your company produced? For what studios or networks? 3Stream has been behind the scenes consulting with major and minor players in the entertainment industry. We have a different approach and philosophy to the industry. Some stories naturally fit into the current market in ways that it couldn’t before. Conversely some stories no longer are at home in the traditional Theatrical Market. Some projects live better as an Independent or even a Streaming Network Original Movie or Series.  Some stories are timely others may have to wait until the right market or cultural wave is set to ride. We study the trends and watch the waves as they come.We are here to inspire and to help dreams flow into reality. Currently 3Stream is developing various projects for different markets and distribution channels.
What genres are you looking for? High concept action/adventure/comedy with heart and fun that we feel reflects our style and vision.
Film, TV, New Media, Other? Yes, Features, Episodics, Mini series, no matter how distributed.
Budget range? Depends on the project.
What makes the ideal writer for your company? Works and plays well with others (Must be able to Collaborate) Has a great sense of humor. Not neurotic (No Tortured Artists) Works fast Mostly human. If one of our episodic projects get green-lit we may have to round out a writing team. People skills are needed.  Nice people like working with nice people. Ogres pitch elsewhere.
What are your goals for the Great American PitchFest? To find some collaborators to work on some of our own stories and possibly some new projects to produce.
Have you had success at pitching events before? Yes, at earlier GAPFs
Do you have any GAPF success stories you can share with us from previous years? Some of the meetings that have started at GAPF have grown in to strong professional relationships that has been extremely indispensable.
Is there any advice you would like to offer the writers who are pitching you? Relax. Have fun as you pitch. You have limited time to tell us about your story. Don’t panic, it’s just us.We do things a little differently. If we like your pitch, we will give you a submission code.This is not an option nor a purchase. The code is an opportunity for you to Submit materials to our readers. If our readers recommend your project, then we can have a more official conversation later.That code identifies that you have spoken with us at Pitchfest and that you have been invited to submit.

No unsolicited material without a code will be considered. Your code will grant you one month to

Submit materials.

 

If after you have submitted your material and we haven’t responded with an invitation for formal conversation with in one month of submission, then consider that at some point in our process the project was rejected.

 

But to reiterate. Relax, have fun and tell us about your story.

Even if we’re not a good match we might have some positive advice. Don’t Panic!