Save time for the agent and manager in locating the right people for their clients' scripts, or new clients
Greatly increase exposure for the screenwriter
InkTip was born in 2000 after witnessing the difficulties associates and friends in the industry have had in getting exposure for their works, let alone getting their scripts sold.
Our initial research indicated that over 150 production
companies use the Internet to find scripts, with more than
twenty-five percent of these companies boasting good to excellent
film credits. Since that time, the figure has greatly increased
and InkTip.com, by itself, has more than 2000 registered industry
members who now have access to writers' scripts.
Before beginning the website design, InkTip.com had extensive surveys conducted with agents, managers and producers. We found out that the only way to make an Internet service like this work is to utilize the speed of computers to help producers find good scripts, help agents sell more scripts, and provide these industry professionals with the confidentiality and security they need.
We have thoroughly addressed each of these issues with our programming and site design and believe that InkTip.com makes finding a good script faster and easier than ever before.
We welcome your feedback, and always look forward to suggestions on how to better service you.
The InkTip team: Chris Cookson, Derek Wood, Liz Rivera, Michael
Kim, Norma & Jerrol LeBaron, Justin Randell, Alex Schwab,
Gato Scatena, and Jared Wynn