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

Rumination Films

Rumination Films

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What has your company produced? For what studios or networks? In pre-production on CATALYST; a psychological thriller by Michael Soll and to be directed by Justin Lin’s protege,  Scott Weintrob.
What genres are you looking for? FILM – Thrillers (all versions of thrillers – especially if they have a female lead), Based on true stories

TV – One hour dramatic pilots

Secondary – Smart romantic comedies – do not pitch me slapstick comedy

Film, TV, New Media, Other? Film and TV
Budget range? Under $10 M
What makes the ideal writer for your company? The ideal writer is someone who is open-minded but has a strong vision and voice for their material.  Their dialogue is stellar and unique to each character in their script. And they’ve done the research necessary to make their projects come to life and overcome logic issues.  They enjoy collaborating with other creatives and understand that filmmaking is a business as much as it’s an art form; a delicate balance must be struck in order to get their projects made and be successful.
What are your goals for the Great American PitchFest? To meet talented writers with interesting projects to consider for producing.
Have you had success at pitching events before? Not at pitching events but the film I’m producing now is a result of judging the Austin Film Festival screenplay contest last year.
Do you have any GAPF success stories you can share with us from previous years? I remain friends with writers I’ve met from the few years I’ve been hearing pitches at GAPF.

I hope to see those friendships turn into working relationships on the right project/s.

Is there any advice you would like to offer the writers who are pitching you? Relax, have fun, and just tell your story.