You're gonna say I'm a millennial for this list 😅 but here goes :
Lord of the rings trilogy
Django unchained ( I'm a big Tarantino fan 😆 )
Midnight in Paris
Scott pilgrim vs the world...
I think 4 finished scripts is enough to start contacting agents. The only thing that could stop you from doing so is the quality of your scripts. If you are self aware enough that your scripts are good, or have received some positive feedback (from professionals) on them, then do it. You don't...
Forget the manager, I'm asking about the cases you send your script directly to producers. That is true with this amount of paranoia no work would have been recognized these days. My question was a bit more specific than that which is concerning international writers outside of U.S sending full...
Yes, my question was what happens if that manager show it to the producer? Eventually you want that manager to show your script to producers right? Also I may be wrong, but don't you send query letters to producers rather than agents?
Let's say your pitch works and they ask for the whole script. In your experience how many times is that script liable to be stolen? Is this stealing part an overrated thing, is it pure paranoia or a rookie move to think that or does that actually happen? Does this happen more often for writers...
Yes, I believe this was a good discussion. It's been dragged way too long so I'm just gonna wrap it up by saying this belief could introduce the mentality to new writers that if their script didn't win in a contest then it is definitely a good high concept script. I hope any aspiring writer who...