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ISA Verified Producer Seeking Faith Based Scripts

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In search of Faith-based scripts with a budget of $8 million or under.

We are open to any sub-genre under the broad Faith umbrella, such as romantic comedies, tearjerkers, dark dramas, YA films and family/Holiday movies.

The Faith catalogues on both Netflix and Amazon are good examples of what we’re looking for. Nothing too big - this doesn’t need to be The Passion of the Christ. And it doesn’t need to be specifically about God either. Just solid, relatable tales of faith, spirituality and belief. We’re looking for unique hooks and characters we haven’t quite seen before.

We are actively seeking films with female and/or diverse leads, but that’s not a deal-breaker. Priority also given to diverse writers and unique voices.

Very big bonus to writers and projects with a pedigree. Meaning, if your project or you/yourself have won or placed highly in multiple contests or fellowships, or have been produced in the past, please notate that when submitting (it is not a hindrance if you have not).

When submitting, please include a synopsis and thoroughly developed logline – please do not only write a tag line or tiny TV Guide blurb. We want to know your concept and hook within the logline. We will narrow our selection from the synopsis and logline then request scripts.

Union and non-union writers accepted. Scripts from anywhere in the world will be considered but must be in English language.


What does "ISA Vetted" mean? 
“ISA Vetted Producer” means that this producer is professional with notable credits in the industry, but they’ve asked to remain anonymous through the first stage of the submission process. The ISA will vet all submissions and select a few to submit to that producer per their expectations or requirements of the gig. Upon submitting your work to the producer, the ISA will notify you who the production company or studio is. This is to protect these industry pros from writers contacting them outside the ISA system, which is a violation of our Terms of Use.