The Dos and Don'ts of Pitching
By: Karisa Tate
As writers, pitching our stories can be an intimidating experience. After all, we are writers, not actors. Right? Not quite. This very notion is a common misunderstanding about pitching. We don't want you to be an actor. We just want you to be...
Surviving the Pitch: My Five Essential Survival Tips
Telling Your Story In A One Minute Pitch
Following Up on Your Screenplay or Pilot Submissions
Answer These 3 Questions About Your Screenplay or TV Pilot
Pearls of Wisdom from Working Writers: Early Career Mistakes
Dates For TV Pitching Season, Pilot Season, and Upfronts
The Screenwriter’s Guide to General Meetings
Top Industry Reps’ Advice for Breaking into Screenwriting
Tracking Your Screenplay Submissions: From Contests to Execs
How To Turn Your Logline Into A Pitch
How to Write a Logline Producers Won’t Pass On [with Logline Examples]
Create Your Pitch Part II: Sell, Don’t Tell
Create Your Pitch Part I: Baiting the Hook
Are You Ready To Enter The Screenwriting Marketplace?
3 Reasons the Screenwriters Personal Story is SO Important
PitchFesting In 20 Easy Steps
By: Bob Schultz
PitchFests are a worldwide, calendar-wide phenomenon. Formats may differ from event to event, country to country, but there are some strategies that you can get started on immediately to assure you are ready to go.WHAT YOU CAN DO NOW1. Finish your...
The 7 Elements of a Viable Story
The Five Most Common PitchFest Questions Answered!
By: Bob Schultz
PitchFest season has turned into a year-round, worldwide affair. If you have a project and want to network with executives, you can go to LA, New York, Austin, London, Rome, and many other cities all over the globe. If you are preparing for a...