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Discovering the Undiscovered

Script Pipeline celebrates its 25th anniversary ...


Explore Pipeline Artists

A platform for writers, filmmakers, and creatives ...


Contest Winner "Visitation" Coming in 2024

Written by Helen Gaughran. Stars Olivia Cooke (House of the Dragon).


Symposium: Events for Creatives

"A year-round conference in the arts." For writers, filmmakers, and other artists.


Pipeline Finalist Sells Spec for 7 Figures

Legendary Ent. picks up Crosby Selander's "Bring Me Back" in 2020


"Snow White" Sells for $3 Million to Universal

Evan Daugherty went on to write several major studio releases


Multiple Pipeline Writers Top The Black List since 2021

Contest selection gets #1 spot 2x, joined by 7 others.


Fox Produces Comedy from Script Pipeline Winner

"Stuber," written by Tripper Clancy, stars Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista


Script Pipeline's First Produced Feature Stars Oscar Nominee

Jesse Eisenberg and Mike O'Connell headline the indie


"Killing Season" Stars Robert De Niro

The screenplay won the Script Pipeline competition


"Standoff at Sparrow Creek" an Indie Hit

Henry Dunham's screenplay won the Script Pipeline competition


Indie Romcom "Off the Menu" Produced

Pipeline execs introduced writer Jen Goldson to producer/director Jay Silverman


Script Pipeline Writer Staffed on Netflix, CBS Sitcoms

Howard Jordan Jr. wrote for Family Reunion, The Unicorn, and Superior Donuts


PMG Co-Produced Short Scores Fest Recognition

Marina Michelson's "Biophilia" won Best Screenplay


Sundance Premiere: "Between," a Script Pipeline Recommend

The film, developed by Script Pipeline, aired on Lifetime


Script Pipeline Recommend Screenplay Produced

"Mine 9," written and directed by Eddie Mensore, was developed through Script Pipeline's Workshop


Ensemble Star Cast Leads Action-Comedy

Co-produced by PMG, based on the script by Brian Watanabe


Now celebrating 25 years …

The divisions of Pipeline Media Group seek exceptional talent for a landscape continuously pursuing bold, unique voices in the arts. Established in 1999 as “Script Pipeline Into Motion Pictures,” a forerunner in screenplay coverage and the distinct hands-on process of connecting writers worldwide to Hollywood, the company has since branched out to consider literary and produced content. A filter for over 30,000 scripts, books, plays, and short films reviewed annually, PMG has supplied its comprehensive network of executives with countless clients and projects. All PMG sites share the same mission: to advance the careers of original artists, support diversity and socially conscious storytelling, encourage new generations of creatives, and foster a much-needed outlet for those with limited access to the entertainment industry.

Script Pipeline

Since 1999, Script Pipeline has played an essential role in launching the careers of screenwriters and has become an established platform fixated on discovering elite writers for film and TV, resulting in $8 million in specs sold to studios. Hundreds have found representation and had their work optioned or produced thanks to efforts by the Script Pipeline team.

Book Pipeline

Reviewing both unpublished and published material, Book Pipeline introduces writers to industry-leading literary agents, publishers, managers, and production companies. Selected authors receive one-on-one assistance from Book Pipeline’s executives to develop and find a home for their project, as well as guidance in making the transition to film/TV writing.

Film Pipeline

Spotlighting extraordinary directors and innovative scripts meriting production, Film Pipeline selections are circulated to industry looking for emerging filmmakers across a broad spectrum of backgrounds. Unlike a typical festival, Film Pipeline promotes directors to industry and takes an active role in getting content financed, produced, and promoted.

“A home for creatives.”

Pipeline Artists is a platform focused on education, empowerment, and elevating authentic voices in film, publishing, and beyond.

“A year-round conference in the arts.”

Symposium features virtual seminars and panels on screenwriting, filmmaking, and publishing, plus free “Town Hall” discussions throughout the year.