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    Senior Member Slimothy's Avatar
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    As far as Inktip goes, do you just have to email the person w/ the script or do you have to register as a producer, etc?



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    You just send an email to the writer via the hyperlink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isaac_Brody
    If anyone knows of more places to purchase screenplays just tack em onto this thread. Thanks.
    Hi, Isaac. I'm new here, but just wanted to let you know that I uploaded a couple of projects to MyVisualPitch.com. Like Inktip, it's a closed community for writers/musicians, but you make mini-trailers of your projects to pitch them.

    Anyway, I think the site is interesting and has a lot going for it. Seems to be the next generation of pitching.

    Check it out at http://myvisualpitch.com


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    I guess I'll be the third person to ask. What do these scripts sell for? Ballpark figures? By the page count? shorts vs. features?

    Why is it nobody can seem to answer this question?


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    There is no one rule for the sale of short scripts.

    Some people sell them for 'credit and DVD'.

    Others 2k.

    Some 200.

    It varies and only depends on what the seller sells for and what the buyer can pay.

    EJ


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    free short script
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    hello

    If you'r looking for a low budget short story around(10 to 15 pages) contact me please.

    I am presently writing an action/thriller short story with only two scenes intended for 3 actors (a car scence along with a house scene).

    Interested persons can request a copy along with saying your future objectives for the script.


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    Hey folks,

    For me, pricing depends mainly on length. I will access your needs and quote you a price. I have two pricing structures; straight flat fee or flat fee plus percentage of profits from film.

    We are all either trying to make a living in this business or we want to break into the Hollywood movie business, and we all benefit from making a great film.

    I can adapt books, comics, short stories, whatever you need. I will also write a story custom to your needs (i.e. actors, location, simplicity, length) you name it.

    Drop me a line and we'll talk.
    LONEDOG PRODUCTIONS
    LIFE ON DISPLAY!!!


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    If anyone is seeking short scripts give me a shout!!!!!!!


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    I just completed my first short, and would like to sell it. If you're interested in reading it contact me. It's 15 pages and is a quick and easy read. Thanks Guys


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    For sale!!!
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    I have a short script I am ready to sell. 24 pages. Comedy.

    Short synopsis:

    "Charlie (22) runs away to Las Vegas the night before her mothers wedding, to Joe (Charlies soon to be step father). After they have an argument, when Charlie convinces herself that Shannon (her mother) wants her out of her “New Life”. In Vegas she meets Erin. They foolishly (drunkenly) decide to get married. The next morning Erin helps Charlie make things right with her mother. "

    Let me know if you are interested.

    ringocan182@gmail.com


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