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One 3 Creative

One 3 Creative

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What is the best way to contact you? Email
Credit List (for yourself) Author of ‘Make Your Story Really Stinkin’ Big: How to Go From Concept to Franchise and Make Your Story Last For Generations’ (Michael Weise Productions – out in October 2013) – We are a development company and the credits of our creative team include The Pretender, Tin Man, 24, NCIS, Medical Investigation, Alien Nation, Murder She Wrote.  We are currently developing Friday the 13th with the CW, an untitled Stephen King project based on his book ‘From a Buick 8’, a feature film with the writers of Toy Story and two international co-productions.
What has your company produced? For what studios or networks? The credits of our creative team include The Pretender, Tin Man, 24, NCIS, Medical Investigation, Alien Nation, Murder She Wrote.  We have worked with Fox, NBC, CBS, SyFy and the CW.

 

We are currently revising The Pretender franchise with Fox and are producing two international co-productions, one of which is a extension of the Wizard of Oz.

What genres are you looking for? Nothing specific – just materials that have large IP potential to create additional revenue streams into the project. Plenty of room for exploration and spin-off potential.
Film, TV, New Media, Other? Film, new media, graphic novels, music, novels.
Budget range? Any
What makes the ideal writer for your company? The ideal writer is one that can right to very specific direction and make it feel like the work was his own idea at the end of the day. Because we coordinate multiple projects that work together to tell larger stories, the writer has to look beyond his
What are your goals for the Great American PitchFest? To meet writers passionate about their craft. You can teach structure, development and even concept creation, but you can’t teach passion.
Have you had success at pitching events before? Yes!  Pitching events have always been good to him.
Do you have any GAPF success stories you can share with us from previous years? We’ve successfully connected and collaborated on a number of projects that we’ve come across with the GAPF.  Even if we don’t pick up the project that’s pitched, we still try to identify the writers we would like to pull into a variety of project.
Is there any advice you would like to offer the writers who are pitching you? Don’t try to be perfect.  Just be human.  Connect emotionally.  Be passionate.  And do be afraid of tough questions.  Answering tough questions is how a sale is made!