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Marc Samson, Script Pipeline “Recommend” and Contest Winner, Wraps Feature Film

Winner of the Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition, Marc Samson completed his micro-budget horror Where the Devil Dwells in 2014 (view trailer). Marc is a two-time Script Pipeline “Recommend” writer, and his crime/thriller I’ll Sleep When You’re Dead was selected as a top-four winner in the 2011 Pipeline competition. He’s currently developing feature screenplays and independent projects. Submit to a Script […]

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Alex Ross

- Alex Ross, writer of Hexen (2014 Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition Winner) Hexen was your first script—but for a screenplay this well-written, one worthy enough to win the Script Pipeline Grand Prize, “first script” is a bit misleading. How much time and energy did you put into the project before submitting to the competition? What was the impetus […]

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Tom Krajewski

– Tom Krajewski, writer of Supernormal (2014 Script Pipeline TV Writing Competition Winner) Your winning script Supernormal is a single-cam comedy with a surprisingly fresh spin on the superhero premise. Ultimately, it was both the concept and the writing that caught the attention of Script Pipeline judges. But did you think it was risky writing what […]

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August 2014 Script Sales

Brian Grazer, Alex Kurtzman, and Robert Orci have optioned a dozen Anne Rice novels, including Interview with a Vampire, to be adapted into a series The Vampire Chronicles with Universal. Stan Lee’s idea Apollo Rising will be combined with the February spec sale Eternal by Victoria Aveyard. Two projects set on space colonies are in the pipeline: Out of this World by Allan […]

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Awake – Pilot

Yes, it only lasted one season, but for fans of the 2012 NBC show Awake, it started off with a spectacular pilot episode–and one worth reading for aspiring TV writers. With a network landscape inundated with procedural dramas, a refreshing take on the genre was a next-to-impossible task. But the unique spin was such an original hook: […]

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Script Pipeline Develops Writers for Film and Television

Recent script sales include Snow White and the Huntsman by Evan Daugherty, The Rabbit by Micah Barnett, The Ambassadors by Tripper Clancy, as well as numerous other screenplays, pilots, and pitches over the past 14 years, totaling over $5 million in spec sales from Pipeline writers and close to $1 billion in revenue from films written by […]

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Script Pipeline Contest Winner Sold Snow White & the Huntsman to Uni

Written by Evan Daugherty, SWATH was one of the biggest hits of 2012, grossing $400 million worldwide. Pipeline execs Chad Clough and Matt Misetich connected Evan with management after his script Shrapnel won the 2008 Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition. From Evan: “Script Pipeline helped launch my professional career as a writer.” Evan went on to write the hugely successful films Divergent, Teenage Mutant […]

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Co-Written by Script Pipeline Writer

The reboot of the mega-popular franchise debuted at the top of the box office. Script Pipeline alum Evan Daugherty was brought on-board as co-writer. TMNT stars Megan Fox (Transformers), Will Arnett (Arrested Development), and William Fichter (The Dark Knight Rises). A sequel has been confirmed. Submit to a Script Pipeline competition Submit for notes and potential industry […]

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Comic Series Sells to Fox with Contest Winner Attached to Adapt

20th Century Fox purchased the rights to comic miniseries The Foundation, and Script Pipeline competition winner Evan Daugherty will write the screenplay adaptation. In addition to this feature project, Evan is writing Midnight Mass for NBC, the event series Esmeralda for ABC, and GI Joe 3 for Paramount. He’ll make his directorial debut with Ink and Bone (Dimension Films) in 2015. Previous writing credits include Snow White […]

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Script Pipeline Contest Winner Tripper Clancy on the Rise

In 2014, alum Tripper Clancy sold projects to 20th Century Fox (The Ambassadors), QED International (Winter Break), and will write the animated comedy Shedd for Paramount and the adventure/comedy Stranded for Sony Pictures. Winner of the 2011 Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition, Tripper found management with Script Pipeline industry partner Jake Wagner (Benderspink) only a few weeks after winning the contest. From […]

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