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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Spec Scout – new site - posted by Don

Here is a new site I ran across.

Spec Scout is a site that combines a script coverage library with a scoring system designed to highlight the highest quality screenplays circulating Hollywood. They prepare coverage on all the recent sales, all the recent scripts to hit the market by agents/managers, and are also leveling the playing field for writers by promoting the highest scoring unrepped material from screenwriting competitions and elsewhere.

If anyone has any experirences with the site, let me know.

– Don

2 Comments so far

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anthony
December 23rd, 2012 at 4:54 pm

Not sure how to be come a member spec scout

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Ernest Nsiah Youngmann (Kofi Young)
July 13th, 2014 at 8:52 am

Hello, I am not a writer but helped a could of friends to put together scripts they were preparing for small Television movies over a decade ago. It gave me great inspiration to write my own adventure/fantasy story for a big screen movie. I have the script ready in a novel form NOT PUBLISHED. I am looking for someone who is interested to work with me to finalize the script for publication and also produce it for the movie.

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