I know from personal experience that all the time you put into creating a work of art can be excruciating when it is not acknowledged and the dreadful anxiety of not knowing if someone is going to steal your idea.
Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) April 23, 2010
Designated as the Creative Idea Planner, one producer’s hands-on experience within the television industry is currently supporting new and aspiring scriptwriters with a referral service, proclaimed as the Script Planner, that helps to nurture creative ideas by staking a reputation on recommending scripts with original concepts and commercial potential to buyers who are eager to discover the next hit film, television show, or undiscovered writing talent.
Just as successful wedding planners tend to have a large number of contacts and services available to take the burden off the people planning a wedding, the script planner makes script recommendations to production companies, networks, agencies, and studios that can help a script evolve into a film or television show. Through industry relationship connections, Script Planner is able to provide a sense of appropriateness for the style of project with a strong understanding of what dictates the next “must have” script to executives and referrals for writers eager to pitch their concepts to industry leaders who otherwise would never give their script a chance.
Another first in this breakthrough service is a thank-you to writers submitting a pitch in the form of free writing tools, an original concept report card and referral details of interested industry executives. Producer and creator, Regina Romain, comments by saying, “I know from personal experience that all the time you put into creating a work of art can be excruciating when it is not acknowledged and the dreadful anxiety of not knowing if someone is going to steal your idea.” For the security of writers, Script Planner only makes script recommendations to those with authorization that can help a script evolve into a film or television show.
The referral service is currently used by leading literary agencies, production companies, and networks.