1. Write a
personalized query letter to us. You’ll want to include information
about your script and what makes it similar to scripts currently being
filmed. Address the letter to the head of studio development, John Anast.
2. Create a script breakdown. Condense your script into an easy to read
one page manuscript. This gives us an idea of the plot. The script
should also contain a hook or special idea that makes the reader know
the project is something different and unique. Keep in mind that the
first minute or two of your script (first 1-4 pages) need to grab the
viewer's attention enough to keep their attention through to the end of
the story. So, send no more than 4 pages of your actual script along
with the summary breakdown.
3. Include everything in a large envelope and include a separate stamped
envelope with the correct postage. This gives us a way to contact you
once we’ve received the script breakdown. You should also take a few
moments to ensure that your handwriting is legible so that it gets to