Hi, my production company is looking for low-budget but creative feature films scripts.  Any genre, but we definitely like thrillers/crime/sci-fi/action/.  This must be a film that can be done on a low-budget with limited characters, locations, etc.  We really want great writers, original voices, and innovative scripts that can be done for a reasonable budget.  Please send a logline and a short synopsis in the body of your email, along with your contact info to: bigsurent@yahoo.com.  If we have further interest, we will definitely contact you.  Thanks for your submissions.

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Hello, We are interested. What do you define low budget as?

Respectfully,
Kathy Krantz Stewart
760-868-1566
kathysuekrantz@hotmail.com
StewArt Productions, LTD.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Phelan-CA/StewArt-Productions-LTD-Fil...;

http://www.youtube.com/user/kathysproductions

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3196329/
Kathy Krantz Stewart said:
Hello, We are interested. What do you define low budget as?

Respectfully,
Kathy Krantz Stewart
760-868-1566
kathysuekrantz@hotmail.com
StewArt Productions, LTD.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Phelan-CA/StewArt-Productions-LTD-Fil...;

http://www.youtube.com/user/kathysproductions

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3196329/
Low budget is single location, few performers except for an occasional EXTRAS scene. I do have a wonderful house in which to film a number of my single location films. Some of my low budgets do have two or three locations.

Sorry, I do not have the beach site for the extreme low budget three performers PEARLS OF WISDOM.

Check out my available screenplays and let's make films!

Thanks for your interest.

Dennis Goldberg
www.dennisgoldberg.com

Kathy Krantz Stewart said:
Hello, We are interested. What do you define low budget as?

Respectfully,
Kathy Krantz Stewart
760-868-1566
kathysuekrantz@hotmail.com
StewArt Productions, LTD.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Phelan-CA/StewArt-Productions-LTD-Fil...;

http://www.youtube.com/user/kathysproductions

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3196329/
Hi my name is franklin write and I wrote several of shorts and a couple screenplays I have a sci fi horror entilted The Forest of Nowhere a story about a good family that was murdered on their land 1926 they rose eighty years later and hunted the land. Their wifes were ghost the men become demons. Only way they were able to get to other people were by illusion through their minds. Please contect me at email frnklnwright@yahoo.com. THANK YOU.
CLARENCE WALL
(520) 459-1047
clarence_wall@excite.com

REFERENCE: Looking for low-budget scripts to produce

LOG LINE: A retired Army sergeant recruits some ladies from a retirement home, trains them in unconventional tactics, and uses them to free some captured American service personnel held by a tin-horn dictator.

SUBJECT: Query: Feature Film Script, “Mama Squad”

I am looking for someone to produce a film of my novel and feature film script.

I am a published writer. My first book, “Mama Squad” (see synopsis), a comic novel, was published by BeachHouse Books but has sold only about 80 copies so far. I have also written a treatment and a feature-length film script (registered with the WGA) for this book. In addition to looking for a producer who will make my book into a feature film, I am now looking for a larger publisher who will re-issue and publicize my book so that I can earn some money from it.

My new book, “Wheezer’s World” has been accepted by a publisher and will be out within a year.

If you are interested in my script/book, please contact me to discuss this matter further. I am looking forward to hearing from you.


Very truly yours,
Clarence Wall


ENCLOSURE: Synopsis of “Mama Squad”


SYNOPSIS OF BOOK & FEATURE-FILM SCRIPT, “MAMA SQUAD” “Mama Squad” is a 176-page comic novel (it has been developed into a 122-page feature-film script and registered with the WGA; a treatment is also available). In his quite dramatic and very humorous recruitment speech, reminiscent of General Patton, delivered at the Sunnyside Home for Retired Ladies, a re-tired Army Sergeant and the main character, Raymond Arnold Waldo, recruits some elderly women for an irregular and unorthodox military unit he names the Mama Squad. Sergeant Waldo (also called Sergeant RAW) tells the ladies (later called “mamas”) “Hey, mama, you think you’re too old to fight those commies, mommy? The Mama Squad wants you. When it comes to fighting dirty, ain’t no body can do it like a feisty old broad. We need ‘em.” Sergeant Waldo promises to train the mamas in the things they already know and to use those tactics against the enemy. He urges the ladies to “hit ‘em with your purses upside the headrun ‘em down with shopping cartslet ‘em have it with hat pins and rolling pins.” While listening to the sergeant’s speech, the ladies imagine themselves in various types of action. Images from these revelries are juxtaposed against those of real warfare. When Sergeant Waldo even guarantees a place for those in wheelchairs in the new mama squad, one lady imagines herself in a wheelchair, with machine guns mounted on its arms and blazing away at the enemy.And what self-respecting mama-to-be could resist the many benefits that the sergeant promises: free uniforms, medical care, and bingo on post every Tuesday?And be the first mama to sign up, red hot mommies killing commies, that is, and you “get your own personalized bazookaafter you finish with the commies, you can use it against the young punks in your own neighborhood.” After training the mamas, Sergeant Waldo leads them on a mission to rescue some captured Americans held by a tinhorn and very anti-American dictator. To create a diversion for the escape, one of the mamas consumes an entire can of beans and then uses her own natural gas to cause an explosion and set the enemy fort on fire. Another mama uses her bra as a slingshot to fire rock-hard biscuits at the pursing enemy.The script is packed with other comic images and dialog but contains enough pathos and drama to keep the story interesting and exciting. The book, “Mama Squad,” is published by BeachHouse Books. For more information on the book, including a free sample chapter, see .


Clarence Wall said:
CLARENCE WALL
(520) 459-1047
clarence_wall@excite.com

REFERENCE: Looking for low-budget scripts to produce

LOG LINE: A retired Army sergeant recruits some ladies from a retirement home, trains them in unconventional tactics, and uses them to free some captured American service personnel held by a tin-horn dictator.

SUBJECT: Query: Feature Film Script, “Mama Squad”

I am looking for someone to produce a film of my novel and feature film script.

I am a published writer. My first book, “Mama Squad” (see synopsis), a comic novel, was published by BeachHouse Books but has sold only about 80 copies so far. I have also written a treatment and a feature-length film script (registered with the WGA) for this book. In addition to looking for a producer who will make my book into a feature film, I am now looking for a larger publisher who will re-issue and publicize my book so that I can earn some money from it.

My new book, “Wheezer’s World” has been accepted by a publisher and will be out within a year.

If you are interested in my script/book, please contact me to discuss this matter further. I am looking forward to hearing from you.


Very truly yours,
Clarence Wall


ENCLOSURE: Synopsis of “Mama Squad”


SYNOPSIS OF BOOK & FEATURE-FILM SCRIPT, “MAMA SQUAD” “Mama Squad” is a 176-page comic novel (it has been developed into a 122-page feature-film script and registered with the WGA; a treatment is also available). In his quite dramatic and very humorous recruitment speech, reminiscent of General Patton, delivered at the Sunnyside Home for Retired Ladies, a re-tired Army Sergeant and the main character, Raymond Arnold Waldo, recruits some elderly women for an irregular and unorthodox military unit he names the Mama Squad. Sergeant Waldo (also called Sergeant RAW) tells the ladies (later called “mamas”) “Hey, mama, you think you’re too old to fight those commies, mommy? The Mama Squad wants you. When it comes to fighting dirty, ain’t no body can do it like a feisty old broad. We need ‘em.” Sergeant Waldo promises to train the mamas in the things they already know and to use those tactics against the enemy. He urges the ladies to “hit ‘em with your purses upside the headrun ‘em down with shopping cartslet ‘em have it with hat pins and rolling pins.” While listening to the sergeant’s speech, the ladies imagine themselves in various types of action. Images from these revelries are juxtaposed against those of real warfare. When Sergeant Waldo even guarantees a place for those in wheelchairs in the new mama squad, one lady imagines herself in a wheelchair, with machine guns mounted on its arms and blazing away at the enemy.And what self-respecting mama-to-be could resist the many benefits that the sergeant promises: free uniforms, medical care, and bingo on post every Tuesday?And be the first mama to sign up, red hot mommies killing commies, that is, and you “get your own personalized bazookaafter you finish with the commies, you can use it against the young punks in your own neighborhood.” After training the mamas, Sergeant Waldo leads them on a mission to rescue some captured Americans held by a tinhorn and very anti-American dictator. To create a diversion for the escape, one of the mamas consumes an entire can of beans and then uses her own natural gas to cause an explosion and set the enemy fort on fire. Another mama uses her bra as a slingshot to fire rock-hard biscuits at the pursing enemy.The script is packed with other comic images and dialog but contains enough pathos and drama to keep the story interesting and exciting. The book, “Mama Squad,” is published by BeachHouse Books. For more information on the book, including a free sample chapter, see .

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