ISA Verified Pro - Production company & distributor seeking thriller TV pilots and features. This is a prolific company that are involved in making over fifty projects a year.
They are US based and are expanding into international hubs. They welcome stories from all backgrounds and ages. Emerging voices, seasoned and international writers are strongly encouraged to submit.
Due to their need for many projects for broadcast networks and now streamers, it means they are willing to set up relationships with writers for future projects.
Budget ranges include $1-5mm and $5-10mm so all types of thriller stories welcome. They are keen on receiving projects that have some form of uniqueness. This could be an interesting or never before seen world. Characters from sections of society that we are not used to seeing. Anything that reflects the writer's uniqueness that resonates in the project is strongly encouraged.
Thriller sub genres also welcome, such as - political, action, female driven, teen, neuro diverse, physical impairment, war veteran, heist, psychological, crime, mystery, comedy etc.
Union and non-union writers accepted. Scripts from anywhere in the world will be considered but must be English language. Please submit Logline, Synopsis, and Script. (Optional - In NOTES section please include a brief writer's statement - stating why this story and why now).
Please provide a brief logline of no more than two sentences. Your logline will be the first element our team will use to evaluate your submission. This is your calling card for your script, is it doing its job?
1. What is the central crisis driving the narrative, particularly in the second act?
2. Who is your main character and what is their emotional arc?
3. What is the general setting or tone of the piece?
If you are struggling to encapsulate these elements of your concept, then we recommend submitting your project for a logline review. Please also read this article then edit your logline. We encourage you to keep trying new versions of your loglines until you get more attention from producers. Loglines are that important!