Script Pipeline discovers and develops writers for film and television, connecting them to producers, agents, and managers. Since 1999, several produced films and over $8 million in screenplay and TV pilot spec sales are credited to Script Pipeline’s singular, intensive process of long-term writer-to-industry facilitation.
Some major success stories over the years …
In a moment that turned a new spotlight on specs from unproduced writers, Screenwriting Contest winner Evan Daugherty sold Snow White and the Huntsman to Universal for $3 million, one of the biggest spec sales of all time. He later wrote Divergent and Ninja Turtles, amongst other features for studios. His contest-winning script Killing Season was produced and starred Robert De Niro.
Screenwriting Contest winner Tripper Clancy found management with a Script Pipeline partner in 2010, and over the course of a decade, he sold a handful of specs and pitches, was hired to write multiple studio projects, and his action-comedy Stuber, starring Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani, sold to Fox for the mid-six figures. Tripper was also staffed on the Netflix series I am Not Okay With This and created the Roku series Die Hart.
Years later, another historic spec sale followed from an unproduced writer: Screenwriting finalist Crosby Selander sold his script Bring Me Back to Legendary for seven figures as part of a bidding war. Crosby signed with Kaplan/Perrone after Pipeline circulation.
In recent years, Script Pipeline introductions have resulted in writers landing management and agency rep at UTA, Alibi Management, Grandview, Zero Gravity, Kaplan/Perrone, Bellevue, and other top companies. Several finalists and winners have made numerous Black Lists, including Cauliflower by Daniel Jackson (2021) and Pure by Catherine Schetina (2022), both landing on the #1 spot, and 2022 saw a record four Pipeline contest selections on the list.
Learn about more success stories from writers connected to industry by Script Pipeline.
Script Pipeline searches for new material and develops writers on a daily basis. Over 20,000 screenplays, pilots, and original pitches are reviewed on average annually.
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