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|Credit List (for yourself)||The Sigil / A Haunting on Gabriel Street, Fight to the Finish|
|What has your company produced? For what studios or networks?||We primarily produce commercials, but we’ve also done a couple ULB features and a bunch of short films.We produce high-quality content using cost-effective budgets and streamlined production.|
|What genres are you looking for?||We’re open to any genre, but definitely looking for short film scripts that have great hooks / concept, small number of characters, and few locations.Currently we’d love to see some short scripts that feature older roles (50s+).
We tend to produce content using our connections with certain talent.
|Film, TV, New Media, Other?||Shorts and web series.|
|Budget range?||$5,000 – $100,000|
|What makes the ideal writer for your company?||A writer who has a great and unique voice, easy to work with.Not married to every little detail in their script.
Willing to make changes if necessary, but also able to fight for their core ideas / characters.
|What are your goals for the Great American PitchFest?||Meeting more writers who want to work in the short content space.Finding a great script for an older M/F couple.|
|Have you had success at pitching events before?||This will be the first one we’ve attended.|
|Is there any advice you would like to offer the writers who are pitching you?||Relax, chill, take it easy. Cool and calm is the best approach. Don’t try to do too much.Smiles. Kind of like auditioning as an actor.
Keep the pitch / logline simple and straightforward.