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21 Hours


When his dream car is hijacked, a high school football coach is seat belted in to a terrorist death trap and forced to play the unwilling suicide bomber in a Jihadist game of revenge roulette when he must race cross country in 21 hours flat to beat the clock to save his family – and…(Read More)

Film Proposal

As much as a screenplay evolves – changing dramatically (and hopefully for the better) from initial concept to the first draft, through rewriting on through the development, pre- and production processes, so, too, should your indie film “package” (investor presentation, business plan, joint venture proposals, website and any and all marketing materials) constantly be refined…(Read More)

Heather Hale - Who is reading your Film Proposal

You have to give serious thought to WHO you’re presenting your indie film package to – and WHY: Are you seeking an attachment? Are you wanting an A-List or High Profile Actor to attach?  That package or proposal ought to highlight the great “Actor’s Bait” role; Are you soliciting a high-level director…(Read More)

First, you should read: Who is Reading My Film Proposal – and Why? What Goes into a Film Proposal? Based on your hit list targets and call to action goals, your package may or may not include all of the following material (you may not even have or have a clue to some of it…(Read More)

21 Hours  A high-concept, contained-budget, action-packed thriller. The roller coaster suspense, spectacular stunts and visceral race action are peppered with intense but gore-free fight sequences, exhilarating and sexy enough for date night but still PG-13-friendly enough for the entire family. When his dream car is hijacked, a high school…(Read More)

It’s a challenge to get the right people in power to read your screenplays. The chasm between a query – or even a successful pitch – to a sale can feel insurmountable. Encapsulating everything that’s great about your project into a logline or even a one sheet can feel daunting. Enter: pitch packages. A pitch…(Read More)