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Job complete. Client thrilled. Hired again! That’s the kind of news I love to hear!
Recently, the award-winning filmmakers at Tent Picture Productions contracted me to write a comprehensive treatment/ outline for their animated feature film, ‘A Street Cat Named Anbar’. With only minimal character outlines and a basic concept to go by, I set about creating a compelling adventure, sprinkled with both comedy and drama. Think ‘Lady and the Tramp’ meets ‘The Pink Panther’.
My client was thrilled with the results:
“The story is perfectly constructed, with compelling characterizations and appealing plot. My story would NEVER have happened without the assistance of Phil. I am very grateful to work with him, and still continue to do so. Thank you for running such a fine business. Great work!” – F. AlMheiri, Producer (TPP)
I’m very pleased to announce that TPP has hired me again to write a comprehensive treatment/ outline; this time for a road-trip comedy/ drama feature film. Work begins soon, and I can’t wait! I live and breathe for great storytelling.
If you, or someone you know, need the help of a passionate and in-demand screenwriter, please feel free to contact me. I look forward to working with you!
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WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT PHIL PARKER’S WORK:
“My story ‘Kindred’ is now a unique, fun, powerful, meaningful and kick-arse screenplay because Phil challenges your story to be the most potent it can be. He really knows structure and how to write with economy, flair and versatility. Your script will be in great hands!” – Josh Bryer, Director (Red Centre Films)
“Directors and production companies from around the world are hiring Phil! And rightly so. His ability to turn a good idea into a great screenplay is a talent anyone would want for their project.” – Karel Segers (Founder, TheStorySeries.com)