TVFilmRights.com is the Film, Television, and Publishing industry’s premiere online marketplace for scouting the tv/film rights for Book Subsidiary Rights available for development and production from large and small press publishers.
Producers and Executives scouting the TV/Film Rights Database are provided a “Mandate Match” feature where they have individually selected up to 50 different subjects and themes to cross-reference any specific book profile from the database possessing any of those elements. This brings a more efficient search experience for the Executive, and ultimately greater results for Publishers selling subsidiary rights in our marketplace.
No longer will you have to rely solely on Agents to field offers and queries from the few executives that know the subsidiary rights for your book are available. You now have a venue to expose your publications directly to the buyers that are specifically scouting subsidiary rights for books.
Publishers marketing book sub-rights to companies in the TV/Film Rights database receive electronic record of all activity (reviews & requests) on their books, providing the proof-of-exposure and immediate notice of activity that is most desired in the process of pitching to the industry. Member Publishers may access a project activity area detailing all such activity.
“KNOW WHAT THEY WANT…PITCH WHAT THEY PREFER! The TVFilmRights.com Scouting Report is offered exclusively to Screenwriters, Concept Creators, Publishers, and Authors in the TV/Film Rights Marketplace. It is the only Industry Insider’s Report with Live Updates detailing the specific types of projects Producers and Executive’s are seeking when scouting new projects for development and production at TVFilmRights.com. All scouting preferences and mandates detailed in the Report are selected, written, and submitted by the Industry Executives Members (Producers, Executives and Agents). Details of the report include specific project types, genres, subjects, themes, and other unique information shared by each of the Executives who share their scouting preferences….Read More