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    Script agent(s): This page presents to you, un-produced, ready for pre-production, works of motion picture.

You have found this page either as a result of letter, or, by referral. Solicitations welcome. Read page and contact me.

 

  Public: This page presents to you as well, un-produced, for sale to read, copy of scripted material(s).

Prospective Agent: Written in US industry standard format, you can purchase paper copy from me through Email inquiry. You can always contact me by E-mail or phone +1714 962-2130.

YOU MAY ALSO SEND PRE-PAID ENVELOPE FOR ME TO SUBMIT SCRIPT TO YOUR OFFICE THROUGH MAIL.

Alternately, Agent/Agency, please go to Amazon.com and download the E-Book entitled “modifiable version A Dying Affair” to read on your device. You can find it by searching writer/publisher name: "Chris Jay Fonseca", "Chris Fonseca", or maybe simply "Fonseca".

Public: The two featured scripts in original form (either or both) can be purchased and downloaded using the links you’ll find below on this page and throughout my company site.

Prospective Agent: For shipped paper copy of material, please request via E-mail note, so that I can easily reference and store the text message.


Prospective Agent: After your consideration and read, for motion picture theatrical production dealings, licensing-to-produce and distribute interest, please initiate meeting with me to finalize agreement. Initial inquiries, contact: cjfonseca@film-shorts.tv 



 

Prospective Agent: A southern California based company, film-shorts.tv is ready to meet and discuss any deals in person with you, the fitting local professional. I am open to reasonable amounts of editing (though editing has been ongoing for some years already).

The former Dean of UCLA Film and TV, has coined the “A Dying Affair” script “hot” after his reading of the first draft. Since then, it is improved. Your expressed deal interest and negotiated representation terms are humbly awaited. Again, please be aware that the “modifiable version of A Dying Affair” carried on Amazon.com, has a few scene changes... and it is considered to be the most recent working title for you to read.

Public and Agents: Digitally formatted copies are available for your E-Reader device through "Amazon.com". Again, please realize that those published complete texts are original drafts. Since those were marketed, the scripts have undergone some changes. But, these first released digital versions are similar to “modifiable version of A Dying Affair”, and they resemble very close original plot points and intent. In your E-mail message to me, please do distinguish yourself as whether you are a potential Agent or a Customer.

 
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Literary ownership certificates are filed & owned. These include: Library of Congress and Writers Guild’s (East or West) and of various countries. While I do not participate in "speed pitching" or oral methods of pitch, closed meetings after your solicitation for my submission, indicate your seriousness to me (that you are not fishing for ideas), prove that you have invested in reading this page and have researched me, and therefore your interest is welcomed.

I reserve the right to bring a witness to all office meetings "closed" or "open door". 


As of last year (2017), an Agency is reviewing "A Dying Affair", but the maker is not yet exclusive. That means that your agency can still request submission on that title (and already void of any bidding war, per contract already agreed), until they and I have established an exclusivity of representation for the respective title.

 

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Agency: For printed copies of either these 2 featured scripts, fee is $25.00 plus printing and mailing cost (first class USPS). I will opt to waive the fee, for the first among certain exceptional Agencies who are WG signatory.

Agency: use donate button on this page, to pay $25.00 plus cost of shipping via USPS registered first class mail (you must calculate cost and include it in the total payment, before I process your paper copy and mail it). That payment will secure your solicitation; and, I will begin processing shipment from zip code 92708 unless I indicate via E-mail to you that I am delayed - in which you can request refund or rush me. Or, I may agree to send it to you via E-mail without any fee collection (as I did last year to the first agency to solicit of me).
In your E-mail request, please indicate your Agency name, your name, and your direct line telephone number. Once you've E-mailed a request for material submission, please contact me by phone if you do not receive E-mail reply within a time frame that satisfies your expectation.
Payment for paper copy of scripts, can be made using the "donate" button on this site. Do print your "Paypal.com" receipt. Because, in the past, paper submissions to inquiries in a small number of instances have gone missing, at my cost. Registered mail is necessary. You may also at your cost, opt to send a courier to collect material from my office address as said earlier above.

You may alternately download either or both screenplays from "Amazon" (as an E-book) for your E-reader by simply clicking on the below buttons “click to buy” (next to the movie poster photo).

Public: if you are a "Consumer" (non-Agent ordering a copy), please consider sharing your impression with me after reading, via E-mail too! Also, if you want your copy autographed, be sure to mention that as well in your E-mail.

Autographed copy will only be granted in connection to an individual E-mail purchase, at your request, and may be refused.



 

 

AGENCY: "A Dying Affair" is so suitable to the times. For you Agents - Title: "A Dying Affair" Pitch: "Sixth Sense" meets "Traffic".
 

I recommend giving "A Dying Affair" priority in the two scripts featured on this site.

My children's products, some written... some not yet, are suited for "Disney" animated feature development. "Meet Bear" is one from which work can be developed with my permission and with compensation to me. I would also like to note, that with regard to animation projects (at least one foreign studio has already expressed desire to be hired and to animate in partnership with US production financing). So for this, those wishing to finance and handle the production can inquire of me via Email. Be sure to specify that you can finance it.
With regard to any type of my live-action works for production (e.g. "A Dying Affair"), The agent is yet "at large". But, as described above (as of last year), that may change very soon. Interested parties (Agency) should act quickly if they wish to seize this opportunity over them.

"A Dying Affair" (copyrighted 2005) US Copyright Office, European Copyright, and WG East registered

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The death and after-life of a US senator. Challenged and in gridlock with other legislators in Washington DC, a more punishing foe, the devil, has his way with him after his murder. Blessed by grace, an angel by the same name, "assigned" to help him orchestrate certain events on Earth teaches him the meaning of life. An intriguing, thrilling, and at moments comedic, supernatural drama with dark scenes.
 

 "The Council" (registered 2009) WG West and US Copyright Office 

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A university graduate becomes involved in a research project that unites an unlikely group of team members together, into highest level government involvement. Their research operations shape the fate of Earth and its relationship with a far away living neighbor that wants to do harm. But, not if a deal is struck in time.

 

[Other works to follow?]

 

There are 3 autograph copies remaining, for script # one. The first autographed copy of script # one was received by Leslie D. - Los Angeles, CA, USA on 3-10-2010.

 

There are 3 autographable copies remaining, for script # two. The first autographed copy of script # two was received by Christina F.- Fountain Valley, CA, USA on 4-26-2010.

AGENCY? More information about writer at: - Search for "Chris Jay Fonseca" on:

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