AFI’s 100 Years 100 Movies

New Show Studios and SFM Entertainment work together to help everyday people with ideas for new TV shows, movies and webisodes.

New Show Studios’ proprietary method of developing new show concepts, mixed with SFM’s access to some of the industry’s biggest decision makers (over the last 40 years) is new to the industry.  In its catalog of samples of programming, SFM Entertainment offers more than 100 films, TV series, documentaries and specials for people of all ages and interests.

One of the company’s featured programs is “AFI’s 100 Years 100 Movies” as seen on CBS and TNT. The American Film Institute is hosted by Jodie Foster and has embarked on a celebration of American’s greatest movies. The focus of this extraordinary celebration is a selection of the 100 greatest American movies of all time, as determined by leaders from across the American film community. The AFI blue ribbon panel selected 100 greatest feature films, judging factors as critical recognition, academy award winners, most popular films over time, historical significance, and cultural impacts. These films star famous actors and actresses such as Woody Allen, Anne Bancroft, Halle Berry, Chevy Chase, Mel Brooks, Clint Eastwood, and many more.

New Show Studios realizes that background research, show sample production and network connections are extremely important, and that is one of the biggest reasons for their relationship with SFM Entertainment.  Since joining forces, New Show Studios has created a state-of-the-art production facility where it is producing professional, high quality show concept packages to present to entertainment companies.  New Show Studios is currently looking for ideas for new TV shows, movies or webisodes.

If you have an idea for a new TV show, movie or webisode, submit your idea here.

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