Next, know that legitimate production companies won't accept unsolicited material. Therefore, you either need to get a literary agent or an entertainment attorney to submit your work for you OR you can send them a brief synopsis of your script. The latter, is if they accept an unsolicited synopsis, which many do, and then they will request your script if they are interested.
Finally, the only way you can guarantee that your ideas won't be stolen, is not to share them with anyone. But of course that means your script will never be bought. Many mentors of mine, have told me that you have to be willing to take risks and that if you're a writer with only one idea, you're not a writer.
Do with that what you will.
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