Like the Hollywood TaleFlick portal, the Arabic platform will allow authors and rights owners to directly submit their stories.
TaleFlick, the Hollywood content curation platform co-founded by film producer Uri Singer and former Netflix executive George Berry, has introduced its dedicated Arabic platform, according to Variety.
The goal of TaleFlick is to empower authors from across the globe and create equal opportunity for good content by building a bridge between authors, writers, and producers.
TaleFlick serves as a digital repository for curated stories, enabling authors and screenwriters to share their literary creations. The platform has garnered the support of notable entities like HarperCollins, alongside industry giants such as Sony Pictures, Warner Media, and HBO.
This launch aims to connect the flourishing creative community in the Arab world with Hollywood, as well as facilitating collaboration between local producers and studios.
Operating similarly to its Hollywood counterpart, the Arabic TaleFlick platform empowers authors and rights holders to directly submit their narratives. The TaleFlick algorithm evaluates these Arabic submissions, and selected manuscripts undergo a comprehensive assessment for their potential adaptability, conducted by skilled reviewers. The submissions are curated to provide industry professionals with ready-to-adapt original content.