The answers to some frequently asked questions:
Triboro Pictures is interested in new and exciting projects, and can consult and or collaborate in a number of ways. If you have a project and would like to contact us, please send us initially a brief, one paragraph description of the project, and its status, plus your contact details, by email to email@example.com. Please do not send screenplays at this point (see below).
Triboro Pictures is interested in new writers and projects. We deal mostly with finished screenplays, but will occasionally get involved at an earlier, concept or treatment stage. Please send a logline and a short, one (1) paragraph description, with a brief introduction note, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If we're interested in reading more, we'll email you a release form and will invite you to submit further material.
Note: A PROJECT is a finished screenplay, with significant elements attached - for instance a director, lead actors, and/or part finance. A SCREENPLAY is a finished screenplay, without significant elements attached.
Please note that unsollicited screenplay submissions, sent to us without prior signed releases, can not be considered and will be discarded unread, and that we can't reply to email, phone or fax inquiries about unsollicited submissions.
The following jobs are currently open at Triboro Pictures:
There are no jobs open at the moment.
We have a revolving set of internships and are interested in talented and dedicated people, with or without a film background. Please send resumes to email@example.com, or mail to Triboro Pictures, Internships, 291 Broadway, Ste 702, New York, NY 10007. Please DO NOT call, fax, or drop off your resume in person, thank you.
If you have a writing or film-related background - or if you are simply intersted in reading and citically assessing new screenplays and writers - and are interested in joining one of our reader's groups, please email a resume and brief note to the head of development at: firstname.lastname@example.org. The reader's groups are part of our development department and usually meet every two weeks in Manhattan, to read, discuss and evaluate screenplays and projects.
From time to time, Triboro Pictures collaborates with up and coming directors, writers and/or producers on short film or similar projects. These projects are a great way to get to know each other, establish new contacts, and learn from each other on a short term, but nevertheless professional project. Due to the non-commercial nature of such projects, these collaborations are for the most part unpaid, or low-paid, but people we have worked with on this basis in the past have often gone on to work with us again on fully paid production jobs.
CURRENT COLLABORATION PROJECTS:
There are currently no collaboration projects - please check back later.
Please send resumes and headshots to:
Triboro Pictures, Resumes/Headshots, 291 Broadway, Ste 702, New York, NY 10007
Please do not email unsollicited headshots, thank you. No Walk-Ins or Drop-Offs for