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Query Letter Mailings

ON LOCATION: Query Letter Mailings

  Query Letter Mailings If you have a completed screenplay, you have spent countless hours writing it and getting it to the stage it’s now at. You may have already gone through getting it polished and ready to market. You […]

The Business of Screenplay Marketing

Business of Screenplay Marketing The most common complaint I hear from screenwriters about “show business” is that the business side is frustrating. Most screenwriters would prefer focusing on their writing versus marketing. And although it’s understandable, the “business” is an […]

Query Letter Mailings

ON LOCATION One Sure Fire Way to Get Your Script In Front Of Hollywood Producers, Literary Agents, & Managers.   Query Letter Mailings If you have a completed screenplay, you have spent countless hours writing it and getting it to […]

ON LOCATION. December 3rd, 2016

The Truth About the One Thing Writers Hate Doing   Networking Screenwriters typically cringe when hearing that they need to schmooze or network to succeed in Hollywood, Toronto, London, Mumbai or Beijing. The whole idea of “schmoozing” and “networking” brings […]

ON LOCATION November 5, 2016

ON LOCATION November 5, 2016   The 5 Types of “No” In Hollywood and What They Mean Emerging writers will often experience anxiety after sending a script, query letter, synopsis and so on. Naturally they would like to hear a […]

ON LOCATION

Things to Do Today to Help Sell Your Script When I began script consulting eleven years ago I didn’t really know anyone in the industry. With a lot of hard work, persistence and establishing relationships with Producers and Writers in […]

ON LOCATION

DO THIS TO TODAY AND CREATE BETTER ODDS FOR A SALE   Most writers hate doing it. The A-List writers always do it. What do they know that we don’t? Terry Rossio and Tim Elliott, some of the highest paid […]

Screenplay Tips: Montages

Fact: most montages in spec screenplays are dull, predictable and/or unnecessary. Montages I see most often are changing rooms, characters cooking some kind of sumptuous meal or changing seasons (usually through a window) or urban development across a city on […]