Synopsis

Mass Hysteria is excited to begin our next project in collaboration with Massify. Pitch us your best idea for a full-length feature film that will be off-the-wall, outrageous, and anything but normal. This film should include a lot of physical humor and invoke the comedy-laced, quirky elements of Office Space, the laugh-out-loud humor of the Hangover, as well the heart-stopping thrills of Scary Movie.

We are not looking for a specific genre, although a classic Mel Brooks movie with college students would be a good place to begin. We are looking for a character-driven piece that will make us laugh, cry, scream, think, or all of the above. To learn more about Mass Hysteria, visit www.masshysteriafilms.com.

Pitch requirements include:- Title (30 characters max)- Logline (160 characters max)- Synopsis (4,000 characters max)- Pitch Video (120 seconds max)- Script (3-5 pages)Financial Bullet points$1000 to buy your idea, story, synopsis or treatment. If the film gets produced based on your material, another $9000. $1500 to option your script for a year, renewable for $2500 for an additional year against $30,000 if you’re the sole writer and $20,000 if it’s a shared credit. $5000 if we want you to write an original idea against $30,000 if the film gets produced. All scripts will pay to the owner or writer 5% of the adjusted gross receipts with the definition of AGR tied to the director’s definition.

To apply, Contact us

Type
Feature Film

Location
Los Angeles, CA

Genre
Comedy

Owner
Jon Kaplowitz
New York, NY

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