THE HIT LIST 2011: BY THE NUMBERS

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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?).

 

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