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Sunday, May 20, 2007

More unproduced scripts - posted by Don

Fifteen more unproduced scripts up in addition to the thirteen up from yesterday. You do know, if you missed the scripts from last week, you can read them here. The week before that can be read here. Basically, at the bottom of the Unproduced Scripts page is a link to the previous weeks scripts. In theory, you could go back in time four years to see what was posted for the week.

You might find The Suburban Screenwriter’s blog of interest. He writes screenplays and has a a paranoid cat named Spook. – Don

2 Comments so far

1.

suburban screenwriter
May 21st, 2007 at 7:59 am

Thanx for the mention…keep up the great work here..hopefully they’ll a chance i can get some writing posted on here some time ;)

SS

2.

Nighthawk Studios
May 22nd, 2007 at 10:46 am

Nighthawk Studios
is looking for new material to produce and/or co-produce. If you have a screenplay, we are currently looking for material relating to gripping personal/life stories, stories based on true events/situations, screenplays adapted from books, horror/thrillers, teen comedy/dramas and sports related stories. The budget ranges that we are interested in are those between one million dollars and fifteen million dollars.

If you believe your project fits the above description, then we would be happy to take a look at a synopsis and/or treatment. You may submit your synopsis or treatment via email to: a development@nighthawkstudios.net

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