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Here’s some info on HORROR SCRIPTS WANTED – BOTH FEATURES & TV PILOTS – be sure to read the specific details below!
Feel free to forward if you know anyone who would be interested, and please submit only if your submission meets ALL the requirements!!
You should always be sure to register your material with the Writers Guild and/or the US Copyright Office before submitting to any leads.
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Jeffrey R. Gund
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HORROR SCRIPTS WANTED – BOTH FEATURES & TV PILOTS
Seeking Exceptional Horror Feature and TV Pilot Scripts
We are looking for completed, exceptional horror feature screenplays and TV pilots, although NOT about vampires or zombies. We will only consider pitches that ALSO include both a synopsis and writer’s bio.
Our target budget range is $1-5m, but we will consider scripts outside that range. Both WGA and non-WGA members are welcome to submit.
This company typically does not accept submissions outside agencies and management companies, which is why they have asked to remain anonymous. They have been vetted by InkTip and we’ve partnered with them to bring you the opportunity to submit to them directly. If they are interested in learning more about your script, their company info will be revealed.
1. To find out more about this company, and submit to this lead, please go to www.InkTip.com/leads (when you submit, you’ll learn about the production company)
2. Enter your email address (you will be signing up for InkTip’s newsletter – FREE!)
3. Copy/Paste this code: tbjv99tbkx
4. You will be submitting a logline and synopsis only.
IMPORTANT: Please ONLY submit your work if it fits what the lead is looking for EXACTLY.
If you aren’t sure if your submission fits, please ask InkTip first. Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com and please email any questions to: