REVOLUTIONARY WAY OF MARKETING YOUR SCREENPLAY

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Creating Proof of Concept for your script 

If we like your screenplay, we will invest equipment and locations to create your Proof Of Concept.  You pay for it only when the screenplay is sold!

There is always an option to pay for everything in which case we act as a production 

company. Contact us for more info or continue reading along.

To stand out in the oversaturated screenplay market, you need more than just 100 pages of your script – you need proper marketing means. We help you sell your script by producing a Proof Of Concept (POC). 

Proof of concept is a short movie which encapsulates the most original elements of your script; it shows us a glimpse of the world you've created. 


Your POC has one main purpose:

Get the potential investors to say “I want to see more.”

Send us your script for reviewing. If we love it and it can be shot at our studio, we will partner up and give you equipment and locations for free to shoot you POC. You will have to cover things like crew salary, consumables, catering etc.

For example, you get the camera for free, but you pay for the camera operator and the ACs. 

When the screenplay sells – you will pay the studio back. And if it doesn’t sell, you don’t owe us anything. This way we share the risks.

SCREENPLAY MARKETING MADE EASY

Our Process

01

Evaluation and Budgeting

You send us your screenplay. We read it, create a 3-5 pages POC script and budget it. The €250 entry fee includes the wages of the script reader and budgeter.

02

Pre-production

You come over and we hire the crew, do location scouting, casting, set building and anything your script dictates. 

03

Production and Delivery

We film your POC, edit, color grade and sound mix. 

The final product we upload to Nu Boyana Youtube channel.

Our most recent project – September Man

Powered by Nu Boyana Film Studios, we shot on Red Epic using Leica Summicron-C lenses. We used locations like our new Water tank, American house, Roman Set and additional photography from a studio.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Written and directed by Karl Derrick. 

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