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Bob Massey Apr 30
Friday: WGA feature memo goes out. Tuesday: Well-known mini studio asks to read my script. Agent involvement: 0.
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Jaime Primak Jun 3
ESTABLISHED HORROR WRITERS - who has a feature length screenplay that is original, well paced and scary as shit? Produced or not. We are reading the first 10 that come in. *Must have representation and 2 horror credits. Pls respect that
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Jaime Primak May 29
First 2 feature pitches... here we go!
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Meggy Garol Jun 26
Hello everyone. I am organizing the meetings to come as we speak. Also I’m curious, if you have a script that you believe has strong Oscar contention as a piece... Do you market it differently when trying to have it made?
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Justin D. James Jun 6
Humble plea: I have a contained thriller w/2 badass female leads. Gravity/Panic Room. Blacklist gave 9/10 LaunchPad gave 98/100. manager doesn’t think there’s a market & isnt sending out. Praying he’s wrong. Would love to get eyes on it. Anyone feelin extra kind?
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Paul Rose, Jr. Jun 4
So I got a very nice rejection note from a prod co that read my grounded sci-fi feature, PATIENT ZERO. It didn’t quite fit what they were looking for, but gave me an open invite to submit something later. So a win!
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Matt Oswalt May 3
in case anyone's looking to make a gritty Western I just wrote one I'm damn proud of. DM me if interested or wanna pass it along. Thanks and I'm gonna celebrate by having a shot of whisky and some stale Peeps
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Meggy Garol Jun 26
General consensus: don’t say something’s award worthy in script stage or it comes off as naive or boastful. Ok cool. Any stories about how award winning pieces got made?
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Rebelle Media Apr 25
Writers! During this time of uncertainty, we are currently developing projects across film and television and need great voices. Character driven comedy, great untold true stories, romantic comedy, etc.
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Scott Burn Jul 11
And the 7/11 Genre Feature List is closed. Thanks to all who signed up. Hope all of your projects find good homes. ,
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Dorothy Kozak Snoke May 30
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Dave Schilling Apr 30
Please DM me if you’d like to read my feature script where James Bond fights the Slenderman.
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Santa Sierra Apr 30
If anyone wants to read: IN SEARCH OF OUR FATHER, SYLVESTER STALLONE:  When their mother is killed by gang violence, two young orphans flee El Salvador to make the journey to the U.S. in search of the man they believe to be their dad:  Sylvester Stallone. 
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javi grillo-marxuach May 7
hey the world, the is still going strong! i have over a hundred submissions still (i’ve read 16 scripts in the last three weeks) so be patient, but let’s keep reading each other and making community!
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Thom Harp Apr 24
You rule! WGA-pending w/feature DRUNK DIAL recently optioned & 1step deal. Comedy writer, creator on FunnyOrDie, most featuring good people making bad decisions. Current spec: A VALENTINE CAROL (Devil Wears Prada meets Christmas Carol).
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Gary King May 15
Just got a script request from a management company. They found me via my WGA bio. Good things happen when you join the (including connecting with a bunch of seasoned writers that I can't wait to meet in the near future!)
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Travis Seppala Apr 24
2 of my features are under option. The ones I have available include: 6 horror 4 sci-fi 3 thrilled 3 fantasy 1 drama More coming soon. ;) And I've been hired to write 9 features- mostly horror, a couple sci-fi, 1 drama.
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Duncan Birmingham Apr 26
ALMOST GENIUS: 'An artist spirals out of control when his girlfriend achieves the success he’s been chasing for a decade.' Got a great cast and half our 250k budget and looking for that magical producer to help get this comedy to the finish line.
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Jason Hellerman Apr 24
GIMME THE LOOT: PG-13 adventure about a girl (17) discovering the necklace left to her by her absentee father is the key to Atlantis and has to break him out of jail and follow a series of clues to get there before a greedy billionaire beats her to it. Bud 60-75
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Sean Collins-Smith Jun 17
Anyone looking to read a genre-bending horror/psych thriller feature with a female protagonist? Mines themes of guilt and being haunted by the past, wallows in strange and horrifying imagery. Sup, Twitterverse?
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