There’s a page on the WGA site that has contacts. On the right, under writers - go to tools and then click Guild-Signatory Agents and Agencies. The list won’t be up until September. But it will have current contacts to send your Queries too.
The best thing to do is to send a Query letter to production houses and agents. Asking if they want to read your script. Forget about directors and companies like William Morris. They simply won’t do it without INCREDIBLE contacts. There is a guide for production companies, I think this is it:
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Or try here -
Here’s the blurb -
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