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How to Sell Your Script

  • Ken Rotcop - Pitch your story to the Execs
  • Pitching Your Story: William Goldman

    The Fine Art of the Perfect Pitch

    It's a necessary evil. It can be scary, and nerve-wracking, but it's nonetheless an essential part of getting your film onto the big screen.

    There are as many theories on how to give the perfect pitch -- succinct, exciting, dramatic, and professional -- as there are people who give them.

    What we're going to do here is distill some advice from the masters, people who have a proven track record of selling their own stuff and teaching people to do it with confidence and panache.

    It's all about getting yourself comfortable and prepared, and to know that what you've got -- ideas -- are the fuel without which NOTHING can happen. There's never been a movie made that didn't start with some kind of a pitch. Pitching, so to speak, gets the ball moving.

    Read the advice of Ken Rotcop, a dynamic speaker and straight-ahead go-getter, or investigate William Goldman's 10 Commandments of Pitching.

    If you would like to share your own stories of good and bad pitches, you can contact us.


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