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In This Issue

1) Reserve Your Spot: August 2014 Secret Door Pitchfest

2) Studio Coverage Offer - 25% Off Notes


3) Script Sales - December


4) Scriptwriters Network Event: January 11th, Hollywood

5) Script Pipeline's Writers Database: Exclusive Benefits
 

Recent Script Pipeline Success Stories

- Tripper Clancy, winner of the Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition, sold his pitch Winter Break to QED International (District 9) in December 2013. Tripper found representation with a Pipeline partner and is currently rep'd by Benderspink and UTA. He also recently sold the comedy The Ambassadors to 20th Century Fox.

- 2013 Script Pipeline TV Writing Contest finalist Logan Slakter earned his first solo TV writing credit on CW's The Carrie Diaries.

View more success stories here

Reserve Your Spot: August 2014 Secret Door Pitchfest

 

Event Package - $325

 

--Pitches to 20-30 companies (writers and writing teams given five minutes with each industry executive)

--Pitch consultation with a Script Pipeline Senior Analyst ($80 value)

--5-year Script Pipeline Writers Database membership ($100 value) 

--Two (2) FREE entries to any Script Pipeline Competition ($100 value) 

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Studio Coverage Offer - 25% Off Notes

Receive 25% off Studio-Style Coverage until January 31st. Click the image below to submit your screenplay or TV pilot. Use promo code "Studio 2014" during registration.

Consider / Recommend scripts receive additional assistance with development and industry circulation.

Submit Your Script Here

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Script Sales - December

     

Amongst a number of genre pitches, in one of the final deals of the year, Script Pipeline Screenwriting Contest winner Tripper Clancy (The Ambassadors) sold his comedy pitch Winter Break to QED International (District 9). 20th Century Fox will remake Guys and Dolls. A film detailing the Berlin Olympics and Jesse Owens' legendary performance is in motion--Walt Disney producing. And a pair of Spider-Man spinoffs, The Sinister Six and Venom, join a pair of sports-related projects, Lance Armstrong and Vince Lombardi biopics.

Other script sales include:

- Batman vs. Superman is a go. Zack Snyder will direct the ensemble cast that includes Ben Affleck, Amy Adams, and Henry Cavill.

- Josh Gad will star in Warner Bros.' adaptation of Gilligan's Island.

- If you're going to remake The Naked Gun, who better to star than Ed Helms. . . ?

- Tom Cruise will naturally reprise his role in a sequel to Jack Reacher.

View all 2013 Script Sales

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Scriptwriters Network Event: January 11th - Hollywood, CA

Late Night Writers Panel
Speaker:
Ryan Noggle
January 11th, 2014 - 12:30  
Creative Studios, North Hollywood

Have you ever wondered how Late Night Writers write monologue jokes for TV host personalities, translate headline news into topical jokes and write character based sketches? This panel explores what it takes to work in this fast paced competitive industry.

Ryan Noggle, born and raised in Indiana, moved to NYC after college to begin his career as an NBC Page at 30 Rockefeller Plaza. He spent his days giving studio tours to tourists, while moonlighting as a joke writer for Craig Kilborn, Sandra Bernhardt and his own sketch team. The NBC Page job was the foot in the door that eventually led Noggle to a five-year stint at Saturday Night Live writing "Weekend Update" jokes for Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon and Amy Poehler. 

Admission:

•    FREE for SWN members (join now)
•    $30.00 for non-members (Please pay online)
•    $25.00 for discount code users (please pay online)

Check-in begins at 12:30 PM

Event starts promptly at 1:00 PM
 
IMPORTANT: 
For security reasons, you must RSVP before 10:00 PM on Thursday, January 9th or you will not be admitted onto the lot.

 
For more details or to RSVP for this event: Click Here

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Script Pipeline's Writers Database: Exclusive Benefits

Writers Database - Sign Up for 5-Year Membership

Search companies looking for material and considering new writers in the Writers Database.

Become a member and view over 1,000 more listings for agents, managers, and producers. New members also receive:

- discounts on comprehensive script notes

- one free entry to any Script Pipeline writing or idea competition, including the 2014 Screenwriting & TV Writing Competitions

- one-on-one assistance with logline and query reviews

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