Screenwriting: the perfect pitch

One of the best blog posts I’ve read all week is over on Danny Stack’s Scriptwriting in the UK. If you’re wondering how to pitch your idea to the powers that be, zoot over there and see how Danny does it.  But if you’d like to stay here and chat, please do so. Maybe you can tell us about your pitching highs and lows. This week I cold called a producer, not expecting a reply, and got a very warm response. A couple of emails later and I was sending him my feature screenplay which he’s looking at now.  Sometimes it’s not as scary as you think. Go on, give it a try.

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One comment on “Screenwriting: the perfect pitch

  1. londonscreenwriter on said:

    It’s also worth taking note of Michael Hauge’s book – Selling Your Story in 60 Seconds [Michael Wiese Productions]

    Michael Hauge also has an excellent website.

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