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Have a short film, web series, book, pilot script or screenplay? Maybe you just have a movie pitch or an idea for a TV show. If you’re looking for representation or a buyer for your project, submit and/or pitch your material directly to Hollywood production companies, studios, agencies and management companies via Greenlightmymovie – for a GUARANTEED RESPONSE!

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Eclectic Pictures Finds Screenplay on Greenlightmymovie.com

Eclectic Pictures likes your project Alejandro S.! Sending you paperwork... [more]

Wendy Finerman Prods Finds Script on Greenlightmymovie.com

Wendy Finerman Prods latest Hollywood buyer to find script on Greenlightmymovie! Way to go, Tomas! [more]

Mutual Film, Zucker Prods & Green Hat Films Consider Project Found on Greenlightmymovie.com

Score Gor! Mutual Film, Green Hat Films & Zucker Productions all want your project. Can you say bidding war?! [more]

Pathbender sparks to 2 Greenlightmymovie user's projects

Pathbender sparks to Greenlightmymovie user's 2 projects. High five for Michael P. [more]

Mad Chance Contacts Greenlightmymovie user for Film Project

Mad Chance looking to Greenlightmymovie user Joseph N. for possible new feature. [more]

Fox Reviewing Four Film Projects It Found on Greenlightmymovie.com

Fox has found 4 film projects it likes on Greenlightmymovie.com - Eric V., Gary B., Alfred C. & Tomas M. Here's to a great 2015! [more]

Roth Films Discovers Show on Greenlightmymovie.com

Roth Films reaching out to Greenlightmymovie user Nicholas J. today. Likes your project. Way to go Nic! [more]

Yari Film Group scores with Greenlightmymovie.com user's script

Yari Film Group taking Greenlightmymovie user Jeff C's script today. Keep us informed Jeff! [more]

Weinstein Company taking 4 scripts from Greenlightmymovie.com users

The Weinstein Company grabs 4 scripts off Greenlightmymovie today. Shout outs to Bill O., Patricia Lee, Wayne D. & Jeff C. [more]

Leverage Mgmt. picks up reality show from Greenlightmymovie.com

Deal in the works for Leverage [Boardwalk Empire, Lone Survivor, Entourage] and Greenlightmymovie user Rick S. [more]

Three Projects to Haven Mgmt from Greenlightmymovie.com

Three projects go to Haven Mgmt from Greenlightmymovie users Joseph, Aros & Michael. [more]

WWE Films reaches out to Greenlightmymovie user Today

WWE Films reaches out to Greenlightmymovie user Jonathan M. today. Likes your short! [more]

Echo Lake taking 2 projects today from Greenlightmymovie.com users

Echo Lake taking 2 Projects from Greenlightmymovie users. Congrats to both Carolyn & Sean! [more]

BenderSpink sending paperwork for Greenlightmymovie user's project

BenderSpink sending Greenlightmymovie user Sam H. paperwork for his project. Congrats Sam! [more]

Metropolitan Talent Agency Takes Greenlightmymovie user's script

Metropolitan Talent Agency picks up Tessa's project "Pole Queens" today after reviewing pitch on Greenlightmymovie.com! [more]

Untitled Entertainment Finds New Project on Greenlightmymovie.com

Untitled Ent. finds a project it likes. Thanks to Greenlightmymovie user Joseph. [more]

Energy Ent. Picks Up Project at Greenlightmymovie.com

Energy Entertainment taking it's first project today. Congrats to Greenlightmymovie user Jeff! Keep us posted. [more]

Fun Little Movies scores web series

Pamela Rand & Hester Schell land distribution deal with Fun Little Movies for their boomer humor web series Adventures in Staying Young with Pam and Joan.  [more]

Weinstein takes 2

Weinstein Company finds a project it loves right here on Greenlightmymovie. Congrats Gor! [more]

Elkins Ent. Makes Greenlightmymovie User Deal on her Web Series

Elkins Ent. takes on a Greenlightmymovie user and her web series. Congrats Jan! [more]

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Industry Insight

BACK TO THE FEATURE | Why "The End" is Only the Beginning

After months of tortuous, enervating and, hopefully orgasmic writing, you’ve finally finished your spec screenplay. Now you’re ready to send it to producers, find a buyer and collect your $500,000 check, right? Wrong! The worst thing you can do to yourself and your creation is to send it into the market “hot off the printer.” Why? Because writers are the worst possible judges of their own material.. [more]

Enter to Win! How to Impress Contest Judges

If you’re thinking about entering a screenplay/teleplay contest, understand that the qualities that define an award-winning script are not necessarily those that make for a blatantly commercial one. Today, with most studios concentrating on franchises and sequels, being able to write within a rigid commercial framework, craft and familiarity are of paramount concern. Most contest judges have other priorities. [more]

DRAMATIC TROPES - AND HOW TO AVOID THEM

Webster’s Dictionary defines a trope as, “a figurative or metaphorical use of a word or expression.” In drama, trope has a more pejorative meaning: cliché. Movies and television shows are rife with tropes. From the lowliest reality show to the biggest studio blockbuster, content creators frequently default to characters, plotlines, dialogue, obstacles and solutions that quickly become achingly familiar to anyone with even just a passing interest in mass media. Here are just a few examples… [more]

Don't Reject the Rejection!

To say that screenwriters tend to be protective of their work is like saying water is kind of wet. As the gods of our fictional universes, we bestow upon ourselves the infallibility demanded of any Creator. We see our work, and it is good. Damned good. But, despite what our self-affirmations would have us believe, we are not, in fact, omnipotent… [more]

Writing Movies for the International Market

When writing movies for today’s market, it pays to think global. Screenwriters have long struggled to balance their artistic visions with the mercenary and often soul-sucking demands of their bean-counting overlords. While we all remain free to write the stories we wish, to ignore the dictates of the international market in the 21st century is a financially risky proposition. [more]

Seven Steps to a More Effective Film Treatment

In Hollywood, you’ll find many types of treatments. You’ll find treatments for chronic depression. You’ll find treatments for sagging skin and receding hairlines. With little effort, and you’ll find treatments for alcohol abuse, drug abuse, spousal abuse and even self-abuse. And then you’ll find treatments for motion picture screenplays… [more]

How To Tell Your Screenplay Sucks

As anyone who has read original motion picture screenplays for a living will tell you: Most screenplays suck. And not just screenplays by wannabes. A good many scripts from accredited WGA members are equally unproducible. More often than not, they’re boring. They’re confusing. They’re riddled with clichés. They’re torpid. Let’s put it another way… [more]

Your TV Series Idea is Great! Now What?!

It’s now an axiom that we’re living in the second Golden Age of Television. Since David Chase debuted The Sopranos on HBO in 1999, television has delivered a cornucopia of quality drama so rich it has made former FCC Newton Minow’s “Vast Wasteland” speech of 1961 seem as antiquated as bloomers, buggywhips and bathtub gin… [more]

The Hollywood Way

Being a Hollywood newbie can be frightening. In any industry, it’s hard enough for an inexperienced first-timer to impress a seasoned pro. But only in Hollywood are you likely to find yourself in a position to thoroughly embarrass yourself in front of men and women whose names are celebrated worldwide. In a town where [more]

A Screenwriter's Guide to Surviving in Hollywood

Q: How many screenwriters does it take to change a light bulb? A: None. The bulb is perfect the way it is. Like many classic jokes, this gag illustrates a painful truth: Most screenwriters are fiercely protective of their work. And why not? Writing an original screenplay, especially writing one on spec, is a grueling, painful and often soul-sucking process… [more]

Write a Synopsis That Gets Results

Before agents, producers and studio executives agree to read a complete screenplay, they will often first ask to see a synopsis. What is a synopsis? How can a solid synopsis help you sell your project? And how do you write a synopsis that will produce the kind of response you want? A synopsis is a brief telling of your screen story in [more]

10 Ways to Get Results on Greenlightmymovie.com

Hollywood is, and never has been, “The Lazy Man’s Way to Riches.” It takes hard work to succeed in this town. It takes creativity. It takes perseverance. And it takes an outsized ego. (All of which likely explains why most people who succeed in Hollywood are hard-working, persistent creatives with outsized egos.) [more]

How to Tell If Your True Story Will Make a Good Movie

“Based on a True Story” is a powerful marketing hook. From “Birth of a Nation” to “The Wolf of Wall Street,” filmmakers have looked to historical events, personal biographies and ripped-from-the-headlines narratives for inspiration. Recent critical and box-office successes based — all or in part — on actual people… [more]

10 Ways To Get Hollywood’s Attention

Hollywood is a lot like a suburban tot lot, with dozens of energetic, creative, driven and ambitious kids running madly about shouting for attention. Only instead of their parents’ approval, these kids are looking for validation from agents, producers and studios with big checkbooks. [more]

TRUE-LIFE STORIES: Getting "Real" in Hollywood

Basing a film project on true-life events has obvious benefits. True stories — particularly strange true stories — are inherently compelling. Such tales appeal to our desire for authenticity. Plus, if an event that is a matter of public record, it can never be criticized for being “unbelievable.” [more]

GENRE-BUSTING

Anyone trying to establish — or advance — a Hollywood screenwriting career is inevitably caught between two diametrically opposed forces. On one hand, studios and producers always say they’re looking for stories that are new, fresh and exciting. They’re looking for an “original voice.” [more]

HOW TO PITCH A MOVIE SCRIPT OR SCREENPLAY

How to Pitch a Movie Script or Screenplay – Greenlightmymovie.com from GREENLIGHTMYMOVIE on Vimeo. [more]

THE ORIGINALITY MYTH

If there was a dispute over who invented calculus (Newton or Leibniz — who’s your guy?), then you’d better believe your one-in-a-million screenplay idea may not be quite as original as you thought. It’s an experience every screenwriter suffers at least once. Some may endure it dozens of times. [more]

WRITING A SYNOPSIS THAT GETS RESULTS

The ability to write a compelling summary of your project can make the difference between a prospective agent, director or producer inviting you to submit your entire manuscript or screenplay or them placing it in the trash. So it’s important to hook the reader on the premise from the very beginning. [more]

THE DOS & DON'TS OF PITCHING

When you pitch a movie, there are certain key points you should keep in mind. Here at Greenlightmymovie, we call them the Dos & Don’ts of Pitching but you can just refer to them as the best tips for a movie pitch. [more]

Greenlightmymovie access hollywood

Greenlightmymovie has teamed up with Fade In magazine and the Hollywood Pitch Festival so that no matter where you are in the world you can place your project directly in front of the motion picture and television industries’ top buyers and representatives. Some of the biggest producers and distributors are taking part, including the makers of 12 Years a Slave, Twilight, Harry Potter, Snow White and the Huntsman, Edge of Tomorrow, Shameless, Fast & Furious 6, Pirates of the Caribbean, Captain PhillipsThe Wolf of Wall Street, The Dark Knight Returns, Boardwalk Empire, Star Wars: Episode VIIFriends With Benefits, Lone Survivor, Heaven is for RealThe Bourne LegacyThe Vampire Diaries, Prometheus, The Walking Dead, The November Man, Castle, Hemlock Grove, Expendables 1-3, The Blacklist and Django Unchained. Pitch a movie, book or TV series. Submit a short film, film festival film, web series, commercial, music video or synopsis. There are approximately 300 Hollywood companies to choose from, and they will consider your pitch via Greenlightmymovie.

how does Greenlightmymovie work?

Simply upload your short film or web series, record your pitch or submit just your synopsis via Greenlightmymovie. Then select the Hollywood agencies, studios, management and production companies you’d like to review your work – based on what each company is currently looking for (e.g., comedy, sitcom, action, true story, thriller, web series, etc.). Most companies respond within approximately fourteen business days. Keep in mind your video will only be viewed by the companies you submit to. However, all VIPs will be able to view your title, genre and logline, and, if interested, send you a request to submit your pitch directly to them.

Greenlightmymovie discovers

Watch some of our recent short-film success stories and read our testimonials to see just how easy it is to get discovered when submitting your movie pitch, short film, synopsis… to Greenlightmymovie.

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Testimonials

“We got some great notes from the CW Network and they were quick to respond. Thank you again for this great service.”

Mike Feurstein

“Greenlightmymovie.com is a great opportunity for writers to connect with execs in innovative ways. I’m already working on my next video pitch so I can submit to other execs.”

Jan Stanton

“Greenlightmymovie.com has been nothing less than stellar. I’ve gotten great feedback and I’m currently under review by a very fine agency thanks to a submission here.”

Jim. P. Richards

“A small amount of agents showed an interest in my project… I really couldn’t have done this without Greenlightmymovie, so I’m pretty grateful because things have never been brighter. This site has really restored my hope after feeling the industry was totally closed off.”

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