The scenario: You’ve got an amazing script. The dialogue is smart—it wastes no time; the story is powerful and moving, featuring endearingly flawed characters who no one can help but root for all the way up to the heartwarming end. This script isn’t like Peter Schmidt’s from screenwriting who’s convinced his 30-pager about a depressed guy is the next best thing. No, your script has vision. It needs to be made. Hell, you may have even made it already. Maybe it’s not just a script anymore,…Continue Reading “Here’s Why Producers Aren’t Interested in Your Script”