un·​pro·​duced | \ ˌən-prə-ˈdüst How to pronounce unproduced (audio) , -prō-, -ˈdyüst \

Definition of unproduced

: not produced especially : not made into a dramatic or theatrical production an unproduced play/script/screenplay

Examples of unproduced in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Along with the announcement, 10 unproduced screenplays featured in the Disability List were revealed – all sourced from the Black List's website and participating organizations. Umber Bhatti, The Hollywood Reporter, "The Disability List Spotlights 10 Screenplays That "Advance the Portrayal of People With Disabilities"," 15 Nov. 2019 Argott says the very idea of those multiple unproduced films became an entry point into their documentary. Julie Hinds, Detroit Free Press, "Making the documentary 'Framing John DeLorean,' a movie within a movie within a movie," 13 June 2019 The script got the attention of Hollywood with a spot on the coveted Black List in 2015, a survey of the industry’s best unproduced screenplays. Washington Post, "Once sidelined, romantic comedies rise again this summer," 14 June 2018 Bernard and Huey: This comedy-drama is based on a decades-old, unproduced script by cartoonist and writer Jules Feiffer, focusing on two college-age men, obsessive womanizers, who meet again after 25 years. Walter Addiego, San Francisco Chronicle, "New movies: Some to check out are ‘Hotel Artemis,’ ‘Hereditary’ and ‘Ocean’s 8’," 5 June 2018 Armstrong’s unproduced 2010 screenplay Murdoch might stoke suspicion about which media dynasty Succession is inspired by. Sophie Gilbert, The Atlantic, "Filthy Rich: The Power Plays of Succession," 2 June 2018 What: The Tennessee Williams Theatre Company of New Orleans presents playwright's Moises Kafman's stage adaptation of an unproduced screenplay by Tennessee Williams. Theodore P. Mahne, NOLA.com, "Gritty 'One Arm' finds beauty, redemption in story of mutilated hustler," 26 Mar. 2018 LaBeouf co-wrote the film’s script and hosted it on the Black List, a website tracking the most popular unproduced scripts in the industry that’s become a resource for directors searching for their next projects. Emma Stefansky, HWD, "Shia LaBeouf’s Hollywood Comeback Begins with a Movie About Shia Labeouf," 17 Mar. 2018 The album feels live – not unproduced, but very immediate. Joe Lynch, Billboard, "Dream Wife on Accidentally Creating 'A Party Album' & Why Bands Are Like Marriages," 8 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of unproduced

circa 1513, in the meaning defined above

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“Unproduced.” The Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unproduced. Accessed 25 January 2020.

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