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Will investors and network executives fund or license a project by a first time producer?

The short answer is yes.

Back during the time when Happy Days was on the air, independents had the option of simply submitting their project to the studios or network and wait to hear if their project was accepted. 928 more words

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What steps can independents take...

… to get a feature film funded or TV show licensed?

Some independents have tried one or more of the following; working their way into the industry and establishing relationships on their own, signing with an agency, or tried getting professionals to work on their project without having to hire them.   729 more words

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The smartest cookie in the jar.

The Girl Scouts of Connecticut staged a “cookie vote,” inviting supporters to vote for their favorite cookie online. This multi-media campaign was the result, strategically timed to coincide with the cookie drive. 48 more words


Word of mouth.

Since I was a child, I have loved writing dialogue and scripts. It’s mostly talk, but smarter, funnier,  pithier, more poignant, and there are ways of using silence and sound effects to say more. 47 more words


How can independents get the assistance they need…

… to submit their project to investors and network executives?

The best option; which is to submit your project directly to the studios and networks, no longer exists for most independents. 225 more words

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Why are investors and studios producing scripts that were adapted to books...

Books that create a following and have verifiable sales numbers; demonstrate to investors, networks and industry executives that there is public interest in your project. 553 more words

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