• For what reason do you need to contact these studios, it's not like they are just gonna hire you to perform in one of their films. You first need to get your script published. Send them just the idea and they will likely reject it. Send them or a director a script and you stand a better chance of it becoming a movie. If you have an idea then you need to speak to a screenwriter about the feasibility of it becoming a a script. Also note that every year Hollywood receives over 20,000 scripts and just a handful ever make it to production. How do I know? Well, I know and have met a few people who have worked in Hollywood as stunt doubles, set workers, and stunt coordinators. Good luck. EDIT: Read this (though I believe they would like to sell you a kit of some sort)- We've been helping writers like you connect with Hollywood for nine years. More books than ever are being turned into movies. For example: A Beautiful Mind, The Firm, The Lord of the Rings, The Constant Gardner, Harry Potter, Curious George, The Bourne Supremacy, Chronicles of Narnia, War of the Worlds and many others. These books became movies, so why couldn't yours? How would you answer these questions? * Does your story have a relatable hero? * Does your hero have a strong goal? * Does your story have something new and fresh to say? * Can you see a particular movie star playing the lead role? If you answered yes, there's a chance that your material could be a movie. What we offer: * A reading of your material by an experienced industry professional * An analysis of your material's strengths and weaknesses and why it is a movie or not. This analysis is known in the industry as "coverage." It covers character, storyline, dialogue and premise. * A synopsis of your material. * A box score rating of various elements of your story. * Agent, producer and company referrals for qualified material. * An overall rating of pass, consider or recommend. * E-mailed coverage report within 2-4 weeks of receipt of material.

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