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Eric Weinstock is a longtime InkTip member, with many successes over the years. His most recent film, "An Egypt Affair," is an action-thriller starring Yolanthe Cabau, Jarred Harper, and Massi Furlan.   Read More
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InkTip attended the 2023 AFM, and we want to share with you the top take-aways we had from our experience.   Read More
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A long-time InkTip member, Lisa Chapman has had multiple successes through InkTip, her most recent being after she connected with producer Miriam Elchanan about her script Heart of a Champion.   Read More
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Opening yourself up to international films allows you to expand your perspective. You get to experience films that have unique perspectives and diverse stories. On top of that, you’re able to appreciate different styles of cinema. In a time where it feels like a lot of the films coming out feel like “rinse and repeat” versions of one another, injecting some fresh storytelling can provide a much-needed escape.   Read More
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At InkTip, we have 20+ years of experience working with producers, helping them connect with talented writers through our site. We're keenly aware of the process of how producers search for their next project and have implemented that knowledge into forming our new Pitch to Page screenwriting contest!   Read More
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You've crafted the perfect logline. It succinctly encapsulates the premise of your story while leaving enough intrigue for a producer to want to read more. Does that mean you're ready to go? In the words of famed college football analyst Lee Corso, "Not so fast, my friend." You're neglecting one very important and often overlooked aspect of the pitching process: the synopsis.   Read More
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In its most basic sense, a scene should aim to either move the plot forward or reveal character, ideally both. A scene typically has the following elements...   Read More
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At InkTip, we understand the importance of a good logline. Loglines are a producer's first impression of your screenplay. Your logline should also be a very brief, yet enticing, introduction to your script to make people want to read it. We've provided some tips to take into account when constructing the best logline for your script.   Read More
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One way to help increase the odds of your script not only being optioned, but produced, is if it is written for a low-budget. Producers don't just option scripts to stockpile them like a baseball card collection. They are looking for projects they're passionate enough about that they want to make it.   Read More
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For screenwriters and filmmakers it's beneficial to see good examples of how modern films are telling effective stories on low-budgets. The lower the budget, the more enticing it is to potential investors and producers to want to make it. No matter how great a script is, an astronomical budget could kill it before it even gets any momentum.   Read More
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