Taleflick aims to bridge NZ Hollywood divide for storytellers

15 Nov 2018 4:15 PM | Rebecca Caroe (Administrator)

 TaleFlick - a digital story content platform that connects content creators with film studios and producers.

Utilising digital tools, Los Angeles based TaleFlick removes many of the traditional barriers to let original stories shine, and most importantly, be found.

Published and unpublished writers upload their novel to TaleFlick; a digital searchable story library. Film and small screen producers and studios can then search the library and ideally a connection can be made to optioning and eventual screen production.

Co-Founders  Uri Singer and George Berry are based in Los Angeles.

“New Zealand stories have increasingly been taking centre stage globally and there is enormous appetite for original, engaging content. In every cinema there right now there will be at least one movie that started life as book. What we’re hearing more and more from small screen producers is their increasing demand for content that can be serialised; think Big Little Lies, Handmaid’s Tale, House of Cards - all of which started life as a book.”

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