My script has been up on InkTip since the beginning of September. Today, for the first time, it was downloaded. The logline has come up in someone’s search 94 times, 34 of those hits were from LA Feature Film Academy.
Today someone at LA Feature Film Academy actually downloaded it. Anyone know anything about them?
Other stats: My resume has been downloaded once, the synopsis three times, the script once. Interestingly, though one person looked at the synopsis twice, no one’s looked at any two of those, let alone all three.
They didn’t just ignore me, they sent me a:
Thanks, but this isn’t quite what we’re looking for. Best of luck.
Out By 6 Productions
I’m so excited that they actually spent the time to reject me. Woo! That’s the classy people who ask for submissions through Inktip 🙂
Two weeks into having my script up on Inktip, I finally got a synopsis view. Of the 12 companies that have seen my logline, one chose to look at it. I’m guessing those are fairly normal numbers. Of course, I also get the feeling that every company that’s found my logline is either a horror production company or a Jesusy production company. Sorry, guys, not Jesusy. So far, not at all impressed with Inktip.
I am also going to be pitching some web comedy ideas for women. Do any of you have strong opinions on what you’d like to see more of online?
So the webseries thing keeps ping ponging back and forth between happening and not happening. If it does happen, I’m probably going to lose my Thanksgiving. Theoretically also my Christmas, except I’m not willing to give up my Christmas and my Thanksgiving. So.
There’s another short that I’ve been contacted about. I just got the script, it’s cute, but quite long for a ‘short’. I find that to be a common problem. Short shorts get shown more!
And! Excitingly! A producer/director team contacted me to read my script. This was from an ad on Mandy (see the link on the sidebar) and they contacted me very quickly. So far Inktip has been a complete disappointment. The script has come up on maybe 6 people’s searches, and no one’s read the synopsis. It could be a problem of the logline, but, seeing the company names, it just seems like it’s not being found by people who are interested in comedy.
I took a benadryl and a claritin this morning, meaning I had two antihistamines in my system when I went to get my allergy skin test done. My reaction was so terrible that they called everyone who works there in to see.
Dr: Are you trying to win a prize?
Me: No allergies would be a good one, you got that?
Dr: Oh. Um, well.
And, for people like me who can’t get enough of other people’s medical melodrama, you can click here for the picture.
There is a site called inktip that sells itself as a destination for writers to get their screenplays read by Bonafide Agents, Producers, Developers, etc. I’ve been a psuedo-member for about a year now, but never bothered to actually e-mail in my signature, because I got the newsletter just the same.
Today, I’ve broken down, my curiosity has got the better of me, and I’ve spent the $60 to have my script listed there for 6 months. It’s not yet posted, but I’ll keep you up to date. I’m curious as to how it works.