A distributor is interested in Sam and Leah! Read this!
Ted Chalmers Entertainment, Inc.
California Office: 8306 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 710, Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Arizona Office: 13980 W. Bell Rd., #11-109, Surprise, AZ 85374
Tel. (800) 416-9842 Fax (323) 375-1673
February 10, 2008
1898 Balsam Street
Vancouver BC Canada
Re: “Sam and Leah”
Dear Mr. Cosmic,
Thank you for sending the screenplay entitled, SAM AND LEAH. I have carefully
reviewed the project and found it to be a very entertaining, marketable and thought
provoking project. It is viable for both the U.S. and International markets. This letter
shall memorialize my interest in distributing the film on a world wide basis, based on the
screenplay, budget and potential cast list submitted. Please keep us informed of the
financing and production of the film.
I have been a film and TV distribution executive since 1990, and I have worked for such film
and distribution companies as Rich International, Trans Atlantic Entertainment, Michael
Burnett Productions, Genre Entertainment, Raven Pictures International, Creative Light
Entertainment, Halcyon International and Moving Pictures International. My company, Ted
Chalmers Entertainment, Inc., attends all the major film and TV markets, including the
American Film Market and Cannes.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or let me know if I can be of any further
assistance. Thank you again for this opportunity.
Ted Chalmers Entertainment, Inc.
"I believe that movies can inspire and enrich our lives, along with entertaining us. I love
independent films because they are unfettered from the canned templates of Hollywood
movies. There are a number of aspiring artists in film that probably will not get the financial
backing to do the films that they want do. These are films that we need to see.
I am taking a chance on Steve Cosmic because he is driven to bring his project to life come
hell or high water. The progression of his shorts leads me to believe he is deserving of a
chance to make a feature length film. Sam and Leah will be a film with an uplifting message
As an investor, I am looking forward to making a good profit. Who among us investors
would not have liked to have financed Spike Lee's first film "She's Gotta Have It?" Nobody
knew who he was. Not to put any pressure on you Steve."
"I've always been the type of person who lives to make things happen, be it a crazy idea of
mine or a story that's waiting to be brought to life. And how I got involved is interesting
because I didn't find this script but it found me.
I didn't know about this project until I met Steve, and I didn't know Steve until I overheard
him at work in a conversation about an upcoming production.
Once you talk to him you'll find out he's one of the more resourceful and multi-talented
people around. He's been a bushpilot, a surveyor, writer, aerial photographer, inventor,
industrial designer, publisher, hypnotherapist, and workshop leader. I knew from the
moment that I met him that he had the creativity and resourcefulness to get things done no
matter what they were. It comes as no surprise that his last short film won two awards, and I
expect the same quality from Steve to bring in more awards for Sam & Leah.
Besides a romance plot, it touches on the subject of drugs and abusive relationships which
has been a central theme to his recent works to inspire those in need to reach out and get help.
The personal experience with overcoming drugs and child abuse allows the film to deal with
the subject with realism, and I believe the educational value of this film will see it also being
shown on networks outside of the normal drama distribution channels."