Action, Thriller, or Crime Scripts Wanted

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FROM JEFF GUND'S INFO LIST...

Hi everyone,

INFOLIST.com has forged an alliance with InkTip.com to bring you some great opportunities!

Here's some info on a script wanted that is high concept action/drama story with comedic elements, ala The Rundown - be sure to read the specific details below!

Feel free to forward if you know anyone who would be interested, and please submit only if your script meets ALL the requirements!!

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Good luck, and have a great day!

-Jeff

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ACTION, THRILLER, OR CRIME SCRIPTS WANTED

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TriCoast International - Action or Thriller
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We are looking for completed feature-length action/adventure, thriller or crime scripts with name actors attached (meaning actors with feature credits whom we can look up on IMDb) and/or directors attached who have theatrically released credits (also verifiable on IMDb). We are also open to submissions from writers with theatrically released feature credits.

When submitting, please include a list of attachments and/or list your produced feature credits in the personal message space.

Budget will be between $5 and $15 million. WGA and non-WGA writers may submit as long as the above criteria are met.

For further reference, feel free to look us up on IMDb under TriCoast Studios.

TO SUBMIT:
1. Please go to www.InkTippro.com/leads
2. Enter your email address (you will be signing up for InkTip's newsletter - FREE!)
3. Copy/Paste this code: fnu25n34hq
4. You will be submitting a logline and synopsis only, and you will be contacted to submit the full script only if there is interest from the production company.

IMPORTANT: Please ONLY submit your work if it fits what the lead is looking for EXACTLY.

If you aren't sure if your submission fits, please ask InkTip first. Please mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com and please email any questions to: jerrol@inktip.com

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