All Events to be held June 23-25, 2017 at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport (2500 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505)

Nasser Entertainment

Nasser Entertainment

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Credit List (for yourself) God’s Club, WWJD: The Journey Continues, Stagecoach: The Story of Texas Jack
What has your company produced? For what studios or networks? Close to 50 titles ranging from MOW to theatrical. Recently God’s Club (faith-based), Hunt for Truth (thriller) & Stagecoach: The Story of Texas Jack (Western).
What genres are you looking for? True crime, female-led thriller, low budget action/thriller
Film, TV, New Media, Other? Film, TV miniseries (true crime/historical event)
Budget range? <$3 million
What makes the ideal writer for your company? Ability to take notes, prompt turnaround if rewrites are necessary and enthusiasm
What are your goals for the Great American PitchFest? Find our next projects and find writers we can work with in the future.
Have you had success at pitching events before? Yes, in the last year, we’ve optioned multiple scripts from pitch events.
Do you have any GAPF success stories you can share with us from previous years? We have optioned scripts from the 2015 GAPF.
Is there any advice you would like to offer the writers who are pitching you? Know your story in and out. It should feel less like a scripted sales pitch and more like a conversation. Don’t get too, too deep into the details or else you might lose sight of the story.