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It doesn't matter how good your screenplay is if nobody reads it. Each year, thousands of spec scripts are written. Many of these scripts are written by established screenwriters who have agents and/or managers and an existing track record, all of which aids in actually getting someone to read the script. Of course, there are many more scripts being written by those not yet established in the film business. In this case, a great logline and a sensational short summary are your two most important sales tools.   Read More
Here are some tips for unknown writers trying to get their script read by an established feature film production company. For almost six years, I've worked at a high profile feature film production company in New York City.   Read More
Writers often ask us about how to follow up after an agent, manager or producer has requested a script. Philippa Burgess of Creative Convergence and former literary manager at Mason/Burgess/Lifschultz, who represented screenwriters working in Hollywood, was kind enough to answer that for you.   Read More
When you step into the noisy, cattle-call throng of most film pitch festivals, it’s hard not to hear the opening lyrics from A Chorus Line running through your head...   Read More
here are two times when a writer needs to pitch – when you’re thinking about an idea and may want to try it out on fellow writers and friends to assess interest, and when you are ready to sell a storyline and hope that it has the bizazz necessary to create interest in your script.   Read More
Think of this as a quick-reference for instant inspiration...   Read More
Your script is requested. So far your date with destiny is going well. You've gotten the okay and now you are moving in for the kiss. But just as bad breath or lousy technique can kill that magical moment   Read More
They say 80% of your success is to keep showing up. As a writer you've probably put this into action in relation to your computer and your script in progress; but how are you doing with your relationships in the biz?   Read More
Here are a few basic tips on marketing your script, query letters and other things...   Read More
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