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Coverage Ink's Get Repped Now

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3651 S. La Brea Ave #522
Los Angeles, CA 90016

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Email: info@coverageink.com

Contact: Jim Cirile, owner

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Objective

Our Manager Panel. Your Script.

From Sept. 3 through Oct. 20, 2019, all scripts submitted to www.coverageink.com or www.getreppednow.com for coverage which score a 'consider' (or better) for script are elevated to our manager panel (appx. the top 5%.)

We work with the top literary managers in town, and they are looking for the best writers around. In the past we've gotten writers signed, we've gotten them hip-pocketed, and we even had a big spec sale to Disney ("Nottingham & Hood" by Brandon Barker, which also landed him at UTA and Benderspink.)

There are no prizes, and you are not competing against anyone else. Simply: all scripts that score a 'consider' for script will be read by the panel. After that, it's all about how much ass you kick. Show More

Deadline/Entry Fees

Expired. Previous Deadline: 11/03/2019

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Notification: immediate

Rules

Please see www.getreppednow.com for complete rules and information.

Screenplays/pilots must score a "consider" or better FOR SCRIPT (not for writer) to advance to the manager panel. "Consider with Reservations" is NOT a consider (although it does mean you're close.) Please see www.getreppednow.com for complete details.

We accept feature-length screenplays in any genre from writers at any level, as well as 1-hour and 1/2-hour TV pilots. While we are happy to read any review any and all other submissions from shorts to stage plays to manuscripts, only feature and pilot scripts are eligible for Get Repped Now! consideration.

Feature screenplays must be under 130 pages in standard format; 1-hour pilots under 70 pages and 1/2-hr pilots under 40 pages (unless they are multicamera sitcom pilots.)

Submission is not a guarantee of getting a "consider" for script -- far from it. Bear in mind that a "consider" for script generally represents around the top 5% of submissions. If you receive a "pass," don't panic. It doesn't mean we think your material has no merit. The coverage report will detail all the pros and cons and give you tangible solutions for making the script better. You are of course under no obligation to take the notes. However, we strongly suggest that you do. Remember, the best material always emerges during the rewrite process, and the difference between a "pass" and a "consider" may be only a draft or two.

The managers will read all scripts and pilots which receive a "consider" or better for script, according to our Coverage Ink story analysts. Opinions.coverage of other companies will not be considered. The opinion of the CI story analyst is final (however, you can always do another draft and resubmit before the final deadline if you wish.) Any decision as to whether or not to offer meetings or representation is up to the individual manager. Offers of representation are not guaranteed. We merely open the door -- what happens after that is up to you and the respective manager.

If a manager passes on a script, they generally offer short feedback as to why, which we share with the writer.

Coverage Ink never attaches in any way to your material or takes any sort of finder's fee.

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Coverage Ink's Get Repped Now

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3651 S. La Brea Ave #522
Los Angeles, CA 90016

Web: Click here
Email: info@coverageink.com

Contact: Jim Cirile, owner

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Coverage Ink's Get Repped Now

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3651 S. La Brea Ave #522
Los Angeles, CA 90016

Web: Click here
Email: info@coverageink.com

Contact: Jim Cirile, owner

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Contest News

CoverageInk Announces Get Repped Now Competition Results

CoverageInk.com, a Los Angeles-based screenplay analysis and development service celebrating its 18th anniversary this month, has announced the 12 "considers" from their late 2019 Get Repped Now promotion. These 12 writers submitted screenplays or pilots so effective that they scored a coveted "consider" rating for script from the service. This means that the work is in great shape and worth the industry's time.

"Unlike some companies, CI provides only REAL WORLD analyses -- when you get a consider from CI, you know it's the real deal," says Coverage, Ink founder Jim Cirile. Coverage, Ink is now circulating the scripts to their panel of eight top managers and hopes to make a "love connection" between the reps and the writers.

Below are the loglines of the 12 considers. W

GET REPPED NOW CONSIDERS 2020

FEATURES

1) DARRYN THE BOLD AND THE SWORD OF BOLDNESS by Justin Best (comedy)
Logline: An arrogant, hard-partying former hero is tracked down by his sharp-witted, long-lost daughter, who convinces him to help her find a legendary weapon to defeat a heinous, female barbarian conqueror.

2) HELLDORADO by Billie Bates (drama)
Logline: True story of Mayme Stocker, a single mom and speakeasy owner and the first to receive a legal gaming license in 1920s Las Vegas.

3) DAMAGED by James Lakas (crime thriller)
Logline: An ex-cop has to pull a gangland hit for her crooked former partner in order to save her captive daughter.

4) NOWHERE MEN by Sean Farley (dramedy/thriller)
Logline: An earnest but not-really-functional, mentally ill young man teams up with a cantankerous, aging ex-security guard to find a kidnapped woman.

5) PENTHOUSE B by Casey Schroen (thriller)
Logline: On a stay in New York City, a couple is framed for murder by a sinister, fortune-seeking AirBnB renter.

6) POUND FOR POUND by Dennis Bailey (sports drama)
Logline: A boxing champion has to battle his inner demons, his criminal past, and his own father as he prepares for the biggest fight of his life.

7) THE EMPTY QUARTER by Tom Groneberg (drama)
Logline: A young man longs to become a tribal warrior like those from days of old -- but the challenges of modern life on the reservation, his family dynamic, and an unclear future all get in his way.

8) ZERO by Jono Howard (sci-fi dramedy)
Logline: A clone seeking the truth about his origin leads an army of exact replicas in a bloody revolt against the government jailers holding them in a remote desert camp.

PILOTS

1) FI$H by Ian Hamill (1-hr drama)
Logline: A frustrated loser in the Florida Keys, who makes his meager living capturing and selling tropical fish, gets involved with gangsters when he promises to net them a rare shark.

2) MERCHANDISE by Jovan Luna (1-hr drama)
Logline: When a black belt African-American college student's sister is kidnapped by a human trafficking ring, she teams with her recently deceased dad's old army buddy to get her back.

3) OLYMPIA, WA by Aidan West (1-hr drama)
Logline: Former Chicago cop Clark Bennet, new to the quiet town of Olympia, Washington, is assigned to the mysterious murder case of Poseidon: God of the Sea.

4) SICK CITY by Greg Goodness (half-hour comedy)
Logline: An arrogant, irreverent doctor is transferred from her posh hospital to an inner-city clinic as punishment for her bad behavior.

Updated: 02/07/2020
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Coverage Ink's Get Repped Now

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3651 S. La Brea Ave #522
Los Angeles, CA 90016

Web: Click here
Email: info@coverageink.com

Contact: Jim Cirile, owner

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