THE HIT LIST 2011

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To read the stats about how this list was created, as well as who topped the charts take a look below.

THE VOTES ARE IN – THE TALLY.

  • 430. The number of voters who were nominated to take part in the 2011 list.
  • 339. That is the number of voters who submitted before the deadline.
  • 2,926. The total number of votes compiled.
  • 2177. The number of votes that made the cut.
  • 7. The amount of votes required for a script to make the 2010 list.
  • 358. The number of eligible spec scripts at vote deadline.
  • 202. The number of different scripts voted for.
  • 83. The number of scripts making the cut.
  • 21. The number of write-ins voted for.
WHO TOPPED THE LIST (Agents/Managers).
Agencies:
  • 22.  CAA
  • 20.  WME
  • 13.  UTA
  • 6.  Paradigm
  • 6.  ICM
  • 5.  Gersh
  • 3.  APA
  • 3.  Verve
  • 2.  Kaplan Stahler
  • 1.  Original Artists
  • 1.  Preferred Artists
Managers:
  • 7. New Wave Entertainment
  • 7. Circle of Confusion
  • 7. Kaplan/Perrone
  • 5. H2F
  • 5. Madhouse Entertainment
  • 4. Mosaic
  • 3. Industry Entertainment
  • 3. Caliber Media
  • 3. Aperture Entertainment
  • 2. Nuclear Entertainment
  • 2. Gotham Group
  • 2. Management 360
  • 2. Brillstein Entertainment
  • 2. Benderspink
  • 1. MXN
  • 1. Infinity Management
  • 1. The Safran Company
  • 1. Anonymous Content
  • 1. Silent R
  • 1. Generate
  • 1. Foremost Films
  • 1. Prolific
  • 1. Hung Entertainment
  • 1. Magnet Management
  • 1. Energy Entertainment
  • 1. Wirehouse Entertainment
  • 1. Mad Hatter Entertainment
  • 1. Fourth Floor Productions
  • 1. Exile Entertainment
  • 1. Elevate Entertainment
  • 1. Art/Work
  • 1. Tantillo Entertainment
Individually By Number Of Writers Represented:
  • 7. Michael Goldberg – New Wave Entertainment/li>
  • 7. Mike Esola – WME
  • 6. Daniel Cohan – WME
  • 6. Josh Adler – New Wave Entertainment
  • 5. Charles Ferraro – UTA
  • 5. Chris Fenton – H2F
  • 4. Aaron Kaplan – Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment
  • 4. Adam Kolbrenner – Madhouse Entertainment
  • 4. Bill Zotti – CAA
  • 4. Cliff Roberts – WME
  • 4. Langley Perer – Mosaic
  • 4. Martin Spencer – CAA
  • 3. Adam Levine – Verve
  • 3. Bill Weinstein – Verve
  • 3. Bryan Besser – Verve
  • 3. David Alpert – Circle of Confusion
  • 3. David Karp – WME
  • 3. Emerson Davis – UTA
  • 3. Frank Wuliger – Gersh
  • 3. Ida Ziniti – Paradigm
  • 3. Jason Burns – UTA
  • 3. Jeff Gorin – WME
  • 3. John Garvey – CAA
  • 3. Kemper Donovan – Circle of Confusion
  • 3. Rich Cook – WME
  • 3. Roger Green – WME
  • 3. Sean Perrone – Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment
  • 3. Simon Faber – WME
  • 3. Theresa Kang – WME
  • 2. Adam Goldworm – Aperture Entertainment
  • 2. Adam Simpson-Marshall – Caliber Media Co.
  • 2. Andrew Deane – Industry Entertainment
  • 2. Ava Jamshidi – ICM
  • 2. Billy Hawkins – CAA
  • 2. Chris Smith – Paradigm
  • 2. Daniel Shear – WME
  • 2. Darin Friedman – Management 360
  • 2. David Boxerbaum – APA
  • 2. Emile Gladstone – ICM
  • 2. Emily Rose – Mosaic
  • 2. Geoff Morley – UTA
  • 2. Greg Hodes – WME
  • 2. Greg Pedicin – Gersh
  • 2. Jacqueline Sacerio – CAA
  • 2. Jay Baker – CAA
  • 2. Jennifer Rudolph Walsh – WME
  • 2. Jess Rosenthal – Industry Entertainment
  • 2. Jesse Silver – Nuclear Entertainment
  • 2. Julien Thuan – UTA
  • 2. Matthew Rosen – CAA
  • 2. Max Michael – UTA
  • 2. Michael Connolly – Mad Hatter Entertainment
  • 2. Michael Sheresky – UTA
  • 2. Nick Fariabi – Nuclear Entertainment
  • 2. John Garvey – CAA
  • 2. Phil D’Amecourt – WME
  • 2. Ramses Ishak – UTA
  • 2. Sandra Lucchesi – Gersh
  • 2. Sean Barclay – Gersh
  • 2. Stuart Manashil – CAA
  • 2. Trevor Astbury – Paradigm
  • 2. Valarie Phillips – Paradigm
  • 2. Zachary Cox – Circle of Confusion/li>
  • 1. Aaron Hart – ICM
  • 1. Abram Nalibotsky – Gersh
  • 1. Adam Weinstein – ICM
  • 1. Alex Lerner – Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment
  • 1. Allan Haldenman – UTA
  • 1. Andrew Miller – CAA
  • 1. Barbara Dreyfus – UTA
  • 1. Bard Dorros – Anonymous Content
  • 1. Bayard Maybank – Gersh
  • 1. Bob Sobhani – Magnet Management
  • 1. Brad Rosenfeld – Preferred Artists
  • 1. Brandy Rivers – Magnet Management
  • 1. Brian Siberell – CAA
  • 1. Britton Rizzio – Circle of Confusion
  • 1. Brooklyn Weaver – Energy Entertainment
  • 1. Chris Bender – Benderspink
  • 1. Chris Cook – Madhouse Entertainment
  • 1. Craig Brody – CAA
  • 1. Dallas Sonnier – Caliber Media Co.
  • 1. Dan Aloni – CAA
  • 1. Dan Erlij – UTA
  • 1. Dan Rabinow – CAA
  • 1. Danny Gabai – WME
  • 1. David Engel – Circle of Confusion
  • 1. David J. Kantier – Anonymous Content
  • 1. David Kopple – CAA
  • 1. David Kramer – UTA
  • 1. David McIlvain – Brillstein Entertainment
  • 1. David Park – UTA
  • 1. David Saunders – APA
  • 1. Dawn Saltzman – Mosaic
  • 1. Devra Lieb – Gersh
  • 1. Gary Ungar – Exile Entertainment
  • 1. Gregory McKnight – CAA
  • 1. Guymon Casady – Management 360
  • 1. Harley Copen – ICM
  • 1. Jake Weiner – Benderspink
  • 1. James Engle – Benderspink
  • 1. Jay Sures – UTA
  • 1. JC Spink – Benderspink
  • 1. Jeff Belkin – Foremost Films
  • 1. Jeff Silver – Fourth Floor Productions
  • 1. Jenny Wood – Elevate Entertainment
  • 1. Jeremy Bell – Gotham Group
  • 1. Jeremy Platt – Generate
  • 1. Jessica L. Jordan – Wirehouse Entertainment
  • 1. Jessica Matthews – CAA
  • 1. Jewerl Ross – Silent R Management
  • 1. Jim Garavante – Gotham Group
  • 1. Joanne Wiles – ICM
  • 1. John Burnham – ICM
  • 1. John Campisi – CAA
  • 1. John Tantillo – Tantillo Entertainment
  • 1. Jon Huddle – UTA
  • 1. Jon Karas – Infinity Management
  • 1. Jonathan Hung – Hung Entertainment
  • 1. Jordan Bayer – Original Artists
  • 1. Josh Goldenberg – Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment
  • 1. JP Evans – CAA
  • 1. Kathleen Remington – ICM
  • 1. Ken Freimann – Circle of Confusion
  • 1. Lawrence Mattis – Circle of Confusion
  • 1. Lee Cohen – Paradigm
  • 1. Lindsay Williams – Gotham Group
  • 1. Marc Korman – WME
  • 1. Mason Novick – MXN
  • 1. Matt Leipzig – Original Artists
  • 1. Michelle Knudsen – MXN
  • 1. Missy Malkin – Brillstein Entertainment
  • 1. Mitch Solomon – Magnet Management
  • 1. Noah Rosen – Circle of Confusion
  • 1. Pete Stone – ICM
  • 1. Peter Micelli – CAA
  • 1. Rebecca Ewing – UTA
  • 1. Rob Carlson – WME
  • 1. Rob Herting – Verve
  • 1. Robert Lazar – ICM
  • 1. Ryan Cunningham – Madhouse Entertainment
  • 1. Ryan Ly – CAA
  • 1. Ryan Saul – APA
  • 1. Sarah Self – WME
  • 1. Shan Ray – Kaplan Stahler Agency
  • 1. Shari Smiley – CAA
  • 1. Spencer Baumgarten – CAA
  • 1. Spencer Robinson – Artwork Entertainment
  • 1. Susie Fox – CAA
  • 1. Tariq Merhab – Independent
  • 1. Tobin Babst – UTA
  • 1. Todd Feldman – CAA
  • 1. Tom Drumm – The Safran Company
  • 1. Tyler Ruggeri – Exile Entertainment
  • 1. Will Rowbotham – Prolific Entertainment
  • 1. Zach Carlisle – Verve

RANDOM FACTS ABOUT THIS YEAR’S LIST:

  • The Top Voted script received 142mentions (almost 1/2 of all voters chose it).
  • There were once again over 50 scripts with just 1 vote (variety is the spice of life).
  • The Cover of this year’s list is made up of our ten favorite lines of dialogue
    from the top 10 scripts (can you tell which is which?).
  • Two of the top 10 voted scripts are still available (But for how long?).
  • This year’s list is available in both PDF, and PDF Interactive (which works amazingly on your iPad or tablet). PDF interactive makes every spec title clickable, to instantly navigate you to the original spec listings, which often details the “as it happens” up to the minute details each of these scripts lived as they entered the market. (While the PDF interactive is available to download for everyone, the features are only available to members).

2011
THE HIT LIST 2011 PDF (interactive)
THE HIT LIST 2011 PDF (regular)
THE HIT LIST 2011 WEB (view)

Want to see more? Check out our other installments of The Hit List from 2012 and 2010 below!

2012
THE HIT LIST 2012 PDF (interactive)
THE HIT LIST 2012 PDF (regular)
THE HIT LIST 2012 WEB (view)

2010
THE HIT LIST 2010 WEB
THE HIT LIST 2010 PDF
THE HIT LIST 2010 PDF (Interactive)

Also be sure to check out our annual Young & Hungry List of the top 100 new writers on the verge.

THE YOUNG & HUNGRY LIST 2013
THE YOUNG & HUNGRY LIST 2012
THE YOUNG & HUNGRY LIST 2011

And of course, see the quick links below for even more of your must have lists!

QUICK LINKS
THE HIT LIST
THE LAUNCH PAD WINNERS
THE YOUNG AND HUNGRY LIST
THE TB RECOMMENDED WRITERS
THE BLACK LIST
THE BLOOD LIST
THE BRIT LIST

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