Subtext in Production
Writers ask us all the time, "Do you know anyone who has used Subtext in the development of a feature film or television series? Has anyone sold anything using Subtext?" And the answer to that question is a resounding "Yes."
Currently in Development
Subtext has only been out for a year, so the television series currently in production for Netflix won’t be out until the end of next year (2019). Because of this, we can’t reveal the series in question.
Other projects currently in development using Subtext:
- two documentary features for an animation studio
- a feature film for Ridley Scott's production company
- an original RPG videogame from an independent developer
- a book series from Avatar: The Last Airbender creator Mike DiMartino
Again, all of those are in the middle of production so we can’t say much about them--except that Subtext played an important part.
And yes--Subtext can be used to develop interactive entertainment as well as documentaries based on real-life events. Anytime a narrative is involved--anytime you're trying to engage an Audience in the telling of a story--Subtext can make a significant difference in your project.
Productions we helped develop and sell before we created Subtext:
- Tangled: The Series for Disney Television
- Callaloo—an animated feature film sold to Dreamworks
- the Traitor's Blade and Spellslinger series of novels from author Sebastién de Castell
Of course, once your feature film idea or novel series is sold please let us know so we can add you to the list!