Screenwriters always how to sell a script, but Ray Morton explains the better question really should be how to get your screenplay read by a potential buyer?
Doug Richardson explains the art of writer survival. Sometimes you need to eat your children, even your favorite ones. Get used to it.
Steve Kaire breaks down how much money you can realistically expect to make when you sell a screenplay and the payout structure.
Producer Wendy Kram offers advice on what to include in your pitch, how to approach an executive and the preparation needed to succeed at a pitchfest.
Negotiations can be a wild ride. Barri Evins shares what to do when your first time at the rodeo is a free option and how to make the most of it to launch your career.
When you consider screenplay submissions, are you thinking your screenplay “is good enough” OR “I can’t look at it anymore, I’ll just send it out”?
Script discusses selling a script with the husband & wife writing team, Jon Russell & Tracy Nicole Cring, screenwriters of the indie feature film 'This is Nowhere.'
Jeanne discusses the importance of perfecting your pitch in person as opposed to just in front of your mirror. Learn where she feels is the perfect way to practice...
A framing technique is when you use two films to indicate what type of movie you are about to pitch. An example would be Apollo 13 meets Die Hard. That helps lead the listener you’re about to pitch to expect an action-thriller about astronauts involved with some kind of terrorism. Do...