Getting your script submitted to a film studio for consideration is both an exciting and nerve-wracking time, as screenwriters anxiously wait for a response. So what’s really going on behind those studio doors?
Film studios produce, acquire, and/or distribute films. Distribution is where studios really make their money (think about hearing on the radio, seeing on television and reading in most publications about the weekend box-office results). This is often the top news headline on Mondays. But what do those studio job titles really mean and when a script is submitted for consideration where does it go?